Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress’s presidential nominee, has won the poll in Ogun State.
Mr Tinubu received 341,554 votes, which was enough to win in all 20 of the state’s local government units.
Atiku Abubakar, the candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), received 123,831 votes and came in second place.
The Labour Party’s nominee, Peter Obi, received 85,829 votes, good enough for third place.
At the presidential elections held in the South-West state, NNPP candidate Rabi’u Kwankwaso received a meagre 2,200 votes.
Overall, the APC fared well in Ogun State, as both of its senatorial candidates were victorious.
Earlier, On Saturday, former Ogun governor and incumbent presidential candidate Gbenga Daniel was proclaimed the victor of the Senate race in Ogun-East.
In a report by NAN, Christopher Onwuka, the INEC Returning Officer for the senatorial district, revealed that with 115,147 votes, Mr Daniel easily defeated Ajibola Kalejaiye of the PDP, who received 58,708.
Solomon Adeola of the APC was also named the victor in Ogun West District.
The announcement was delivered on Sunday at Orona Hall in Ilaro by Oluseye Onabanjo, the INEC returning officer for the senatorial district.
According to Mr Onabanjo, who was quoted by NAN, Mr Adeola received 112, 887 votes to beat his PDP opponent, Ganiyu Obanibasiri, who received 60,189 votes.