A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr Akintunde Fadayomi, on Saturday communicated the positive thinking that the APC would win the Dec. 3 Ifako-Ijaiye Federal Constituency bye-decision in Lagos. Fadayomi, the Chairman of APC in Ifako-Ijaiye Local Government Area, told newsmen in Lagos that the APC had possessed the capacity to offer itself sufficiently to the individuals from the supporters. As indicated by him, the gathering is completely on ground and appreciated by the vast majority of the inhabitants. "Regardless of the possibility that all restriction parties shape a partnership, we will crush them. "We will strive to put our new competitor in the position once in the past involved by our gathering before the end of Mr Elijah Adewale," he said. The executive said that the gathering would join every one of its individuals including the individuals who may feel despondent about the result of the gathering's essential decision hung on Friday. Fadayomi asked the gathering individuals to abandon their disparities and cooperate for the gathering's triumph. Mr Nurudeen Akinwunmi on Friday vanquished Mr Adisa Owolabi to develop the champ of the APC essential decision for the bye-race. The Chairman of the APC Primary Election Organizing Committee, Mr Ismael Ahmed, said that Akinwunmi surveyed 219 votes to crush Owolabi who secured 166 votes. As per him, 392 representatives were screened for the survey from 11 wards that made up the government voting demographic. He said that the aggregate number of votes cast was 388, out of which 385 were substantial and three invalid. An authority of INEC in the state, Mrs Bose Oluwatomisin, had said, "It was free and reasonable and the climate was serene. "There was inward popular government, the race had no malice, however there is dependably opportunity to get better. Mr Elijah Adewale, who spoke to the body electorate in the House of Representatives, kicked the bucket in Abuja on July 20. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has altered Dec. 3 for the bye-decision into the empty seat.