Khadija Ibrahim, the minister of state international Affairs, has defeated her step son Mohammed Ibrahim to clinch the All Progressives Congress, APC, price tag for Damaturu/Gulani/Gujba/Tarmuwa, Yobe federal constituency.
Abba Gambo, the returning officer of the election which bumped into the night time introduced on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, that Khadijah polled 1,295 votes to defeat Mohammed who scored handiest 15 votes.
The News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, accrued that regardless of pressures fastened on Mohammed to step down for his father’s wife, he refused.
NAN reviews that two different contenders including the serving consultant Alhaji Abdullahi Kukuwa and Alhaji Ahmed Buba stepped down for the minister.
The minister recommended Abdullahi and Ahmed for retreating from the race to reinforce her win the election.
Senator Bukar Ibrahim who stepped down his re-election bid in opposition to Governor Ibrahim Gaidam, didn’t attend any of the birthday party number one elections including the only contested via his wife and son.
Meanwhile, some delegates condemned the shortcoming of Khadija Ibrahim to settle her variations with the step son at home, to steer clear of working in opposition to each and every different.
Mairo Shuaibu, a delegate from Tarmuwa native executive instructed NAN that “the inability of the family to settle their differences, for the son to step down for his step mother speaks of the instability in the house.”