INEC has declared APC as winner of 26 out of the 27 state constituency seats in the Imo State House of Assembly.
The result of Ahiazu Mbaise Constituency was declared inconclusive.
Meanwhile, some PDP candidates have rejected the outcome of the elections.
Briefing journalists separately yesterday, the PDP candidates in Nwangele and Aboh Mbaise constituencies, Solomon Ucheka and Princewill Amuchie, alleged that voters in their strongholds were suppressed and intimidated.
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Ucheka said that he had already petitioned INEC and the state’s Commissioner of Police over alleged electoral malpractices by APC.
He said he would challenge the outcome of the election in court.
Princewill Amuchie alleged that APC rigged the election after using thugs to arrest PDP agents at the LGA collation centre.
However, APC Publicity Secretary, Cajetan Duke, countered the claims, saying the PDP candidates were only complaining after their plot to rig the process was resisted by voters.
Duke said the results reflected the will of the people.