Out of the 28, 1 senatorial will be conducted for the Senate, 12 federal constituencies out of 360 will also be re-contested while 15 state assembly constituents will be going back to the polls this weekend to elect members of houses of assemblies.
The lone senatorial district affected is Akwa Ibom North West senatorial district where the minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio, is the candidate of the APC against Senator Chris Ekpeyong of the PDP who was declared winner in February last year.
Number of whole (entire) constituencies affected stands at 6 which means elections would be conducted in all wards and local government areas of the affected constituencies. Number of constituencies affected in terms of supplementary elections is 22.
In total, 2402 polling units will be open to voters on the 25th January, 2020, across the country. The total number of local government areas and wards affected are 33 and 222 respectively.
In Abia State, there will be reruns for 2 state assembly seats and none for the federal constituencies.
In Bauchi, no rerun for state assembly, while elections will hold for 2 federal constituencies.
Benue State has one state assembly election and none for federal constituency.
Cross River will have one election for state assembly and another for one federal constituency.
One Imo state assembly rerun election will hold on Saturday, while in the case of the federal constituencies, 2 reruns will hold.
Kaduna State assembly has 2 and none for federal constituency.
Kano State has the highest with 4 reruns for house of assembly and 3 for federal constituencies.
Niger and Ogun have 1 each for state assembly and none for any federal constituency.
Lastly, in Sokoto, 2 state assembly rerun elections will hold, with 2 for federal constituency.