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Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Aisosa25: 4:18pm On Sep 09
Obaseki trumps Ize-Iyamu 57% to 40%, emerges winner in CHANNELS TV preferred debaters’ poll

…poll result gives insight into election outcome – Osagie[i][/i]

Edo State Governor and candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, on Tuesday trumped candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Osagie Ize-Iyamu by well over 17 points (Obaseki 57.73%; Ize-Iyamu 40.07%), in an online poll conducted by multiple award-winning broadcasting station, CHANNELS Television in partnership with Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room.

The poll, according to the organisers, was put together to enable the general public select their preferred gubernatorial candidates that will feature in the station’s forthcoming debate programme.

Members of the public were asked to vote for the gubernatorial candidates of their choice from among the 14 listed, including Godwin Obaseki, PDP; Osagie Ize-Iyamu, APC; Jones Osagiobare YPP; Lucky Osagie Idehen, APGA; Felix Obayangbon, SDP, and nine others.

The poll which lasted over three hours, saw the APC candidate, Ize-Iyamu in an early lead, only to be trounced by Godwin Obaseki, the PDP candidate, who sustained the lead; 57.73% to 40.07%, till the poll closed.

Special Adviser to Edo State Governor on Media and Communication Strategy, Mr. Crusoe Osagie, commenting on the poll result, noted that “it reflects Governor Obaseki’s popularity and gives insight into the outcome of September 19 poll.

Candidate of the YPP, Osagiobare, took the third position with 0.36%. From bottom, Felix Obayangbon of the SDP scored zero vote; Igbineweka Osamuede of APM scored 0.07 %; while Stevie Nash Ozono of NRM scored 0.11%.

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SEE SCREEN SHOTS OF POLL RESULT BELOW:

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by flyingpig: 4:20pm On Sep 09
Ize-Iyamu sabi debate? Na only cultism e know no wonder he was rusticated

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by ican2020: 4:26pm On Sep 09
smiley

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Nbotee(m): 4:26pm On Sep 09
Na d main election we want him to win.. All these pre election polls dey allow d APC restrategise on how to win by fire by force

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by seanfer(m): 4:33pm On Sep 09
So the poll is about those that will attend the Debate...... Can I say PDP voted to see Ize-Iyamu and the APC also Voted to see Obaseki?

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by flyingpig: 4:33pm On Sep 09
Nbotee:
Na d main election we want him to win.. All these pre election polls dey allow d APC restrategise on how to win by fire by force
and you think PDP will rest their oars

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by joelbooks: 4:34pm On Sep 09
Obaseki will surely win online polls, but on ground , Pastor Ize-Iyamu

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Aisosa25: 4:39pm On Sep 09
joelbooks:
Obaseki will surely win online polls, but on ground , Pastor Ize-Iyamu
Obaseki has done so much support in Edo, i believe you don't stay in Edo State

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by tesppidd: 4:40pm On Sep 09
Were the people who voted Edo people?

Abi will the Edo guber election be voted for the entire Nigerians?

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by tuniski: 4:47pm On Sep 09
As it is , even federal might cant rescue Iyamu. The irony and lesson is that Oshiomole took edo from PDP and oshiomole has returned Edo back to PDP.

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by LegendHero(m): 4:49pm On Sep 09
Lol using online polls to justify the winner of a debate in a country like Nigeria.

Even if Ize-Iyamu is the winner, someone loyal to PDP will not vote for him and vice versa.

Anyway next week Saturday should come quick so we can be rid of the noise of this Edo election once and for all.

I wish the contestants best of luck!

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Vyzz: 5:27pm On Sep 09
Are other parties not party enough....

Its time we try other parties....

PDPD AND APC never treat us well

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Fleshly: 5:50pm On Sep 09
MODS @lalasticlala, mynd44, ishilove, and co this news deserves front page. Kindly do the needful.

@topic, only nairaland online Abobakus think Ize Iyamu will win even his household. I can bet anything that Ize Iyamu will loose the election 100%

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Racoon(m): 5:53pm On Sep 09
This is just a sample survey but APC simply learnt & worsened the rigging strategy from PDP.Imagine Nigeria elections are rigged or decleared inconclusive then determined by the courts.Power is no more in the hands of the electorate.

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by igboarenice: 6:04pm On Sep 09
There will be bias jare.
Most online respondents sure aren't voting

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by southniyikaye(m): 6:21pm On Sep 09
Well, online pool doesn't translate to the main thing.
I just wish these greedy sets of people will make this thing smooth without shedding blood but since some people are already planning how to arrest and detain some and the one in aso is saying" we. Will exceed your expectations "
Obaseki should braze up for the Hiroshima tsunami ahead.
May the best man win.
I hate politics and this seems to be my first comment ever on political matters.

Kogi
Osun should tell Obaseki what these people can do.
I HATE POLITICS
I HATE POLITICIANS

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Mayng01(m): 6:22pm On Sep 09
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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Buddy0: 6:22pm On Sep 09
Hmmm Some people still haven't yet understand is not by online votes grin grin grin

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Bobotic(m): 6:22pm On Sep 09
Adams Oshiomhole in a surprise mood

grin shocked shocked

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Ogaemmii: 6:22pm On Sep 09
No be by TV o

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by Nobody: 6:22pm On Sep 09
EDO should do their thing wink


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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by adioolayi(m): 6:23pm On Sep 09
Good one... expected because he is the sitting Governor and have access to some statistics. If it is by debate...Maybe some Atiku, backed by Peter Obi (Although sometimes churn out false claims..the guy they use charisma back falsehood grin) will be Nigeria's President by now.

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by TheChameleon: 6:23pm On Sep 09
grin cheesy

Potorpotor folks. Them sabi win online polls pass anything.

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by akure1stson: 6:23pm On Sep 09
it should b


Obaseki 80

ize-iyamu 15.



torgba

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by BUSHHUNTER: 6:23pm On Sep 09
Na PDP get online election

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by emeijeh(m): 6:23pm On Sep 09
Who are those other 11 candidates?!

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Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by TheChameleon: 6:23pm On Sep 09
grin
Re: Obaseki Trumps Ize-iyamu 57% To 40%, Emerges Winner In CHANNELS TV Debaters Poll by chrisxxx(m): 6:23pm On Sep 09
Eew

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