The PDP candidate won 28 out of the 33 local governments in the state, leaving the All Progressives Congress with only five.
Mr Makinde received 515, 621 votes to defeat his closest rival from the APC, Bayo Adelabu, who polled 357, 982 votes.
The margin of defeat is 157,639 votes.
The African Democratic Congress’ candidate, Olufemi Lanlehin, despite quitting the race to endorse the PDP candidate, came third with 12,375.
Former governor Adebayo Akala, who was the candidate of the Action Democratic Party before he defected to the APC, also received votes totaling 8,664 to come a distant fourth position.
Forty two (42) political parties contested the governorship election, even though many of them dropped their ambition at the last minute to align with either the PDP or the APC.
Their names remained on the ballot, notwithstanding and they received votes.
Although the governorship election was successfully conducted, it suffered a number of skirmishes, recording two deaths at the last count.
One of the casualties of the election was a serving House of Representatives member, Temitope Olatoye, of Lagelu/Akinyele federal constituency, who was shot dead by political thugs in his ward.