Shekarau, a former Governor of Kano state, contested for the seat under the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the Presidential and National Assembly elections held on Feb. 23.
Announcing the results on Monday at the collation Centre, the Returning Officer for the district, Prof. Adamu Alhaji-Samaila said Shekarau scored 506, 271 votes to defeat the PDP candidate, Aliyu Sani-Madawakingini who polled 276, 768 votes.
NAN reports that with the results, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has won all the three senatorial seats in the state as the two incumbent Senators retained their seats.
They are Sen. Kabiru Gaya representing Kano South Senatorial District and Sen. Barau Jibril-Maliya who is representing Kano North Senatorial District.
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