Mr Galambi polled 29,372 votes to defeat PDP’s Kamilu Inuwa, who polled 10,047 votes.
“I defected to PDP purposely because of my numerous supporters in Agege.”
INEC declared PDP’s Usman Baba winner, defeating closest challenger, APC’s Musa Musa.
Accreditation and voting started promptly at 8:30 a.m. with voters trooping out to cast their ballots.
A politician in the area said people didn’t come out to vote because they thought the election would not commence as scheduled.
“You have misled the country. You told us lies through social media. The same social media that you used to take over government, the same social media you want to regulate and ban.”
The senator said the Senate is working on a bill to set aside 30 and 40 per cent of seats at the national and states’ houses of assembly respectively for young people.
Sixteen governorship aspirants are jostling to fly the PDP ticket in the election.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says nationwide continuous voter registration will resume June 28.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo should mind his language, and Femi Falana, an “anarchist,” must stop feigning being an activist, says Femi Adesina.