The Nasarawa State chapter of the All Progressives Congress has won 14 out of the 20 seats in the House of Assembly so far announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission.
According to NAN, the electoral body has only declared 20 constituencies out of the 24 Assembly seats while the other four constituencies have been declared inconclusive.
In the result that was declared by the commission, five members of the 5th Assembly won their re-election into the house.
Those who won their re-election are the Speaker of the House, Alhaji Ibrahim Balarabe-Abdullahi (APC-Umaisha/Ugya), Mohammed Okpoku (APC-Udege/Loko), Daniel Ogazi (APC-Kokona East), Tanko Tanko (APC-Awe North) and Mohammed Alkali (APC- Lafia North).
The election for Nassarawa Eggon East and Karu/Gitata State Constituency were declared inconclusive by INEC.
The Peoples Democratic Party won in five constituencies and Zenith Labour Party won in one constituency.
The 14 seats won by APC are Umaisha/Ugya, Toto/Gadabuke, Nasarawa Central, Udege/Loko, Keffi West, Kokona East, Akwanga North, Lafia Central, Lafia North, Keana, Awe North, Awe South, Wamba and Uke/Karshi constituencies.
The seats won by PDP are Akwanga South, Nasarawa Eggon West, Doma South, Obi 1 and Kokona West constituencies, while ZLP won Doma North constituency.
The elections in Obi 2, Karu/Gitata, Nasarawa, Eggon East and Keffi East were declared inconclusive.