The incumbent governor won with a slim margin, after the collation of results from 22 Local Governments Areas, where supplementary election took place.
Returning Officer for the election, Fatima Mukhtar, announced this at the INEC collation centre in the state on Sunday.
Governor Aminu Tambuwal polled 512,002 votes to defeat Ahmad Aliyu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who came close behind with 511,661, losing to his former principal with just 341votes.
The governor on the lead with 489, 558 votes on March 9 when the governorship election was declared inconclusive, while candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC came behind with 486,145 votes.
Tambuwal had led with 3,413 votes with cancellations in 136 polling units across 22 LGAs, which had 75,403 registered voters.
For Kebbe LGA, the last deciding factor for the elections, PDP secured 5,457, while APC polled 7,173 votes.
The Official results of 21 LGAs announced so far at the Sokoto State collation centre, located at the Sultan Maccido Institutes, indicates that Aminu Tambuwal was leading his counterpart, Aliyu Ahmad of the APC, with a margin of 161 votes.
However, the APC polled 511,661 votes, while the PDP secured 512,002 votes, respectively. And as such, PDP defeated APC with 341 votes.