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April 1, 2015 - 4:14 am

We hereby close the LIVE UPDATE of the 2015 Presidential election. Join us here for the LIVE UPDATE of the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections on April 11, 2015

Thank you.


April 1, 2015 - 4:04 am
(Jega officially declares Buhari winner of the 2015 presidential election)


INEC chairman Prof. Jega has declared Gen Muhammed Buhari winner of the 2015 presidential election having certified the requirements of the law and scored the highest number of votes in the election. 

Jega said the two candidates fulfilled the requirement of the law regarding satisfying a national spread of votes scored. Buhari scored at least 25 per cent in 27 states and FCT while incumbent President Jonathan recorded at least 25 per cent of votes scored in 26 states of the federation




APRIL 1ST, 2015 (2:55am) - INEC chairman prof Jega announces the final results of the 14 political parties that participated in the 2015 presidential elections in Nigeria.

AA - 22,125
ACPN - 40,301 
AD - 30,673

ADC - 49,666
APA - 53,537
APC - 15,424,921 (Winner)
CPP - 36,300
HOPE - 7, 435
KOWA - 38076
NCP - 34,455
PDP - 12,853,162
PPN 24,475
UDP - 9,208
UPP - 18,220


total valid: 28,587,564
reject: 844,519
total votes; 29,492,083

 


(2:50am) Prof . Jega resumes, set to declare Gen Buhari as the winner of the 2015 presidential elections



(10:20pm) -
BORNO’s report concludes our presentation of election result for the presidential poll
We await Prof Jega's official deceleration of Buhari as the new president of Nigeria.
(10:00pm) - BORNO STATE
As announced by the collating officer for Borno state
AA - 145
ACPN - 243
AD - 392
ADC - 201
APA - 878
APC - 473,543 (Winner)
CPP - 310
HOPE - 88
KOWA - 158
NCP - 107
PDP - 25,640 

PPN 143
UDP - 31
UPP - 41
Total valid votes - 501,920
Rejected votes - 13,088
Total votes cast - 515,008



(6:25pm) - Jonathan congratulates incoming president, Buhari 
President Goodluck Jonathan has congratulated the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on his victory in the Saturday’s presidential election.

NigerianEye gathered from a top government official that Jonathan had called Buhari on the telephone to congratulate him.
According to our source, President Goodluck Jonathan made a telephone call at exactly 5:15pm to Buhari in Abuja, Jonathan assured him of maximum cooperation and smooth transition.



(5:59pm) - Jega declares another recess till 8pm as we wait for the final state, Borno.

                   Buhari is set to win the 2015 elections, as it is now mathematically impossible for                          President Jonathan to win as Buhari leads with about 2.1 Million votes.




(5:52pm) - DELTA STATE
As announced by Prof. Mobolaji Aluko, VC of Federal University, Otuoke, RO for Delta state

AA - 1,473
ACPN - 916
AD - 735
ADC - 888
APA - 478
APC - 48,910
CPP - 813
HOPE - 166
KOWA - 311
NCP - 670
PDP - 1,211,405 (Winner)
PPN - 393
UDP - 354
UPP - 261
Total valid votes - 1,267,773
Rejected votes - 17,075
Total votes cast - 1,284,848


(5:30pm) - SOKOTO
As announced by the Dep VC Usman Danfodio University, collating officer for Sokoto

AA - 249
ACPN - 535
AD - 714
ADC - 762
APA - 3,482

APC - 671,926 (Winner)
CPP - 1,894
HOPE - 283
KOWA - 475
NCP - 686
PDP - 152,199
PPN - 605
UDP - 269
UPP - 180

Total valid votes - 834,259
Rejected votes - 42,110
Total votes cast - 876,369




(4:10 pm) - TARABA STATE
As announced by Prof K. Mohammed, VC Modibbo Adama University of Tech. Yola, RO for Taraba

AA - 962
ACPN - 811
AD - 586
ADC - 320
APA - 1306
APC - 261,326
CPP - 1,033
HOPE - 161
KOWA - 153
NCP - 876
PDP - 310,800 (Winner)
PPN - 680
UDP - 224
UPP - 439
Total valid votes - 579,677
Rejected votes - 23,039
Total votes cast - 602,716


(4:00 pm) - EDO STATE
As announced by Prof Osasere Orumwense, VC, University of Benin - RO of Edo state

AA - 159
ACPN - 1284
AD - 450
ADC - 512
APA - 709
APC - 208,469
CPP - 325
HOPE -22
KOWA - 175
NCP - 516
PDP, 286,869 (Winner)
PPN - 729
UDP - 160
UPP - 72
Total valid votes - 500,451
Rejected votes - 22,334
Total votes - 522,785




(3:24 pm) - YOBE STATE


As announced by Prof  Ibrahim Nuodi  for Yobe State


Registered Voters.    1,077,942
Accredited Voters  520,127          

AA         101
ACPN    164
AD         213
ADC       112
APA        632
APC        446,265 (Winner)
CPP        329
HOPE     67
KOWA   104
NCP        120
PDP        25526
PPN        101
UDP        30
UPP        32

TOTAL VALID VOTES   473,796
REJECTED VOTES          17,971

TOTAL VOTES CAST        491767




(3:12 pm) - BAUCHI STATE


As announced by Prof  Mohammed Faroukthe VC Federal University, Gombe for Benue state


Registered Voters.             2053484
Accredited Voters 1094069          

AA         131
ACPN     232
AD         173
ADC       189
APA        964
APC        931,598 (Winner)
CPP        391
HOPE       46
KOWA    128
NCP        207
PDP        86,085
PPN        128
UDP        29
UPP        37

TOTAL VALID VOTES       1,020,338
REJECTED VOTES               19,437

TOTAL VOTES CAST        1039775






(3:00 pm) - BENUE STATE

As announced by Prof Muhamed Lawal Ahmadu, the VC of University of Jos for Benue state

Registered Voters.    1,893,596
Accredited Voters  754,634            

AA           315
ACPN      1464
AD           254
ADC        539
APA         945
APC         373,961 (Winner)
CPP          567
HOPE       115
KOWA     105
NCP          683
PDP          303,737
PPN          439
UDP          66
UPP          74

TOTAL VALID VOTES   683264
REJECTED VOTES          19867

TOTAL VOTES CAST      703131





(2:44pm) - Jega declares a “sitting recess” that will be for a few minutes


(2:41pm) - KEBBI STATE


As announced by Prof Muhamed Lawal Ahmadu, the Deputy VC Usman Dan Fodio University for Kebbi state



Registered Voters.    1,457,763
Accredited Voters  792,817            

AA           214
ACPN      361
AD           450
ADC        472
APA        2685
APC        567,883 (Winner)
CPP         1794
HOPE      213
KOWA    448
NCP        519
PDP        100,972
PPN        547
UDP        207
UPP        238

TOTAL VALID VOTES   677003
REJECTED VOTES          38119

TOTAL VOTES CAST     715122


(2:30pm) - ZAMFARA STATE


As announced by Prof Abdulahi Abdulzuru, the VC Usman Dan Fodio University for Zamfara state



Registered Voters.    1,484,941

Accredited Voters  875,049               

AA            125

ACPN       238
AD           290
ADC        294
APA         1310
APC         612,202 (Winner)
CPP          655
HOPE       14
KOWA     122
NCP         404
PDP         144,833
PPN         374
UDP        93
UPP        68

TOTAL VALID VOTES    761022

REJECTED VOTES          19157


TOTAL VOTES CAST      780179





(2:17pm) - ADAMAWA STATE





As announced by  Prof. Jeffrey Okoba for Adamawa state


Registered Voters.    1,518,123
Accredited Voters  709,993                

AA            494 
ACPN       1166
AD            595
ADC         1012
APA         1549
APC        374,701 (Winner)
CPP          819
HOPE       267
KOWA     752
NCP         1212
PDP          251,664
PPN          1163
UDP         289
UPP          334

TOTAL VALID VOTES       636,018
REJECTED VOTES          25,192

TOTAL VOTES CAST        661210



(2:07pm) - Results so far as announced by INEC



(1:07pm) - RIVERS STATE
As announced by Prof Etu-Efeotor, VC Federal University of Petroleum Resources, for Rivers state

AA -1066
AD - 1,104
ACPN - 525
ADC - 1031 
APC - 1,081
APA - 513
APC - 69,238
CPC - 40
HOPE -542
KOWA - 2274
NCP - 565
PDP - 1,487,075 (Winner)
PPN - 492
UDP - 303
UPP - 156
Total valid votes - 1,565,461
Rejected votes - 19,307
Total votes cast - 1,584,768



(12:49pm) - Some comic relief by Prof Etu-Efeotor the VC Federal University of Petroleum Resources, for Rivers state. 
He struggled reading out the results with the National Collation center erupting in laughter.



(12:41pm) - CROSS RIVER STATE
As announced by Prof Comfort Ekpo the Vice chancellor of the University of Uyo for Cross state


Registered Voters.            1,144,288
Accredited Voters 500577                

AA           279
ACPN      514
AD           709
ADC        749
APA         532
APC        28,368
CPP         381
HOPE      237
KOWA    312
NCP        930
PDP        414,863 (Winner)
PPN        864
UDP        289
UPP        1487

TOTAL VALID VOTES   450514
REJECTED VOTES          15392

TOTAL VOTES CAST      465,906




(12:25pm) - GOMBE
As announced by Prof Sani Abdulrahman the Vice chancellor of the Tafawa Balewa University for Gombe state

AA         104
ACPN    192
AD         169
ADC        247
APA        773
APC        361,245 (Winner)
CPP         407
HOPE      97
KOWA    52
NCP        227
PDP        96,873
PPN        157
UDP        25
UPP        37

TOTAL VALID VOTES       460,599
REJECTED VOTES          12,845


TOTAL VOTES CAST        473444




(12:19pm) - BAYELSA
As announced by Prof Joseph Ajeneka the Vice chancellor of the University of Port Hacourt for Bayelsa state


Registered Voters.        605,636
Accredited.                   384,789

AA         45
ACPN    38
AD         69
ADC      116
APA        70
APC      5194
CPP         44
HOPE      18
KOWA    52
NCP         95
PDP        361,209 (Winner)
PPN        62
UDP       20
UPP        35

TOTAL VALID VOTES    367,067
REJECTED VOTES                4672

TOTAL VOTES CAST        371739


(12:12pm) - LAGOS
As announced by Prof I.F. Adewole the Vice chancellor of the University of Ibadan for Lagos state


Registered Voters.      5,827,846
Accredited.                 1,678,754

AA           1795
ACPN     3038
AD           4453
ADC       2072
APA       2177
APC        792,460 (Winner)
CPP         1125
HOPE     255
KOWA   1000
NCP       1430
PDP         632,327
PPN       1041
UDP       269
UPP       244

TOTAL VALID VOTES       1,443,686
REJECTED VOTES              52,289

TOTAL VOTES CAST         1495975


(12:02pm) - NIGER

As announced by Prof Amballi VC Uniorin for Niger state


Registered Voters.          1,995,679
Accredited.                      933,607

AA           307
ACPN     441
AD           403
ADC       614
APA       2006
APC         657,678 (Winner)
CPP         1,264
HOPE     198
KOWA   305
NCP       550
PDP         149,222
PPN       449
UDP       116
UPP       118

TOTAL VALID VOTES       813,671
REJECTED VOTES             31,012


TOTAL VOTES CAST         844,683



(11:55am) - EBONYI

As announced by Prof. Ahaneku, VC Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, RO for Ebonyi state

AA - 426
ACPN - 1214
AD - 1,133
ADC - 2,704
APA - 2,452
APC - 19,518
CPP - 2,345
HOPE - 989
KOWA - 913
NCP - 1,890
PDP - 323,653 (Winner)
PPN - 1,168
UDP - 624
UPP - 4,859
Total valid votes - 363,888
Rejected votes - 29,449
Total votes cast - 393,337


(11:41am) - PDP's Godswill Orubebe has been suppressed, announcement of results continue...

HAPPENING NOW!!! - (11:34am) - PDP is currently attempting to disrupting the announcement of the remaining result,

The PDP agent at the National Collation center, Elder Godswill Orubebe is currently attacking the INEC chairman, Athhairu Jega.

The PDP agent alleged that APC sent a petition about irregularities in Rivers which INEC is currently investigating, while INEC is yet to respond to the petition sent by PDP on Kano, Kastina and Jigawa

Orubebe accused the INEC chairman of being partial and tribalistic and ordered the INEC chairman to meet him at his office.

Mr Orubebe has currently embarrassing Nigeria on national TV, as he is currently screaming as he promised to stop the announcement of further results.

However Mr Jega has currently responded that he did not declare any unannounced results, and warned PDP's Mr Orubebe who is a former minister for power and former Niger Delta minister to conduct himself properly in public.





(9:00am) - Good morning, we are sure you had a good night.


As we patiently await the release of the remaining results of the presidential elections, a quick review of how the top 2 candidates are performing so far.

Below is a Nigerian map showing the states the 2 leading parties have won so far according the results announced by INEC.

BLUE - Buhari (APC)
RED   -  Jonathan (PDP)






(11:20pm) The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Attahiru Jega suspends the INEC announcements of results till 10:00am tomorrow (31st March, 2015)



(11:17pm) - AKWA-IBOM
 Prof James Epoke, VC, University of Calabar, the returning officer for Akwa-Ibom corrects his earlier submissions 


Registered Voters.          1,644,481
Accredited.                     1,074,070

AA          1600
ACPN    443
AD          474
ADC       608
APA       384
APC        58411
CPP        412
HOPE     192
KOWA   160
NCP       381
PDP        953,304 (Winner)
PPN       327
UDP       224
UPP       144

TOTAL VALID VOTES       1,017,064
REJECTED VOTES              11,487


TOTAL VOTES CAST         1,028,551


(11:09pm) PLATEAU STATE
As announced by Prof Emmanuel Kocha, VC University of Agriculture, Makurdi, RO for Plateau


AA - 178
ACPN - 391
AD - 279
ADC - 406
APA - 618
APC - 429,140
CPP - 237
HOPE - 56
KOWA - 138
NCP - 693
PDP - 549,615 (Winner)
PPN - 554
UPD - 54
UPP - 29
Total valid votes - 982,388
Rejected votes - 18304
Total votes cast- 1,000,692 





(11:06pm) - IMO
As announced by Prof Oye Ibidapo Obe., the returning officer for Imo

Registered Voter - 1,747,681
Accredited.          - 801,712

AA          533
ACPN    956
AD          757
ADC       1617
APA       2236
APC        133,253
CPP        733
HOPE     157
KOWA   158
NCP       784
PDP        559,185 (Winner)
PPN       414
UDP       264
UPP       1917

TOTAL VALID                  702,964
REJECTED VOTES              28957

TOTAL VOTES CAST         731,921



(10:56pm) - AKWA-IBOM
As announced by Prof James Epoke, VC, University of Calabar, the returning officer for Akwa-Ibom

AA - 1,600
ACPN - 474 
AD - 443
ADC - 608
APA - 384
APC - 58,411
CPP - 412
HOPE - 192
KOWA - 160
NCP - 381
PDP - 953,304 (Winner)
PPN - 224
UPP - 144
Total valid votes - 
Rejected votes -  
Total votes cast - 
There were discrepancies in the total votes and INEC Chairman told the ROto go reconcile the figures and return with results 


(9:43pm) - Break...


ABIA STATE
(9:42pm) - Abia State as announced by Prof BC  Ozunba the collation officer

Registered Voters.      1,349,134
Accredited.                    442,538

AA          315
ACPN    2194
AD          448
ADC       569
APA       2766
APC       13,394
CPP        1046
HOPE     125
KOWA   173
NCP       745
PDP        368,303 (winner)
PPN       424
UDP       213
UPP       330

TOTAL VALID                   391045
REJECTED VOTES              10004

TOTAL VOTES CAST         401049


ANAMBRA STATE
(9:37pm) - Anambra State as announced by Prof CC Asiamaka the collation officer

Registered Voters.   1,963,427
Accredited.                 774,430

AA          547
ACPN    1259
AD          475
ADC       534
APA       2303
APC     17,926
CPP         1279
HOPE        357
KOWA      311
NCP           887
PDP     660,762 (Winner)
PPN             537
UDP             286
UPP            1121

TOTAL VALID                   688,584
REJECTED VOTES              14,825

TOTAL VOTES CAST         703,409


KADUNA STATE
(9:27pm) - Kaduna State as announced by Prof Kaura the collation officer

Registered Voters. 3,361,793
Accredited.  1,746,031

AA          218
ACPN     424
AD          273
ADC       546
APA       1611
APC       1,127,760 (Winner)
CPP        824
HOPE    105
KOWA  176
NCP       754
PDP       484,085
PPN       549
UDP       79
UPP       78

TOTAL VALID                   1,617,482
REJECTED VOTES                 32,719

TOTAL VOTES CAST         1,650,201



KWARA STATE
(9:24pm) - Kwara State as announced by Prof Adewunmi Akanji

Registered Voters. 1,181,032
Accredited.  489,360

AA         248
ACPN    817
AD         520
ADC       438
APA       1165
APC       302,146 (Winner)
CPP        910
HOPE     118
KOWA   214
NCP       394
PDP       132,602
PPN       325
UDP       81
UPP       102

TOTAL VALID                  440,080
REJECTED VOTES              21,321

TOTAL VOTES CAST        461,401



(9:19pm) - KATSINA
Katsina State as announced by Prof Jubril A Amin


Registered Voters. 2,842,741
Accredited.  1578646

AA                    183
ACPN               402
AD                    283
ADC                 498
APA                1671
APC        1,345,441 (Winner)
CPP                   976
HOPE                  47
KOWA              215
NCP                   330
PDP              98,937
PPN                    254
UDP                  117
UPP                    72    

TOTAL VALID     
REJECTED VOTES              32288

TOTAL VOTES CAST       1481714





(9:11pm) - JIGAWA
Jigawa State as announced by Prof James Ayatse.

Registered Voters. 1,815,839
Accredited.  1153428

AA               394
ACPN          540
AD               587
ADC            375
APA           2527
APC       885,988 (Winner)
CPP            1553
HOPE           337
KOWA         423
NCP              548
PDP       142,904
PPN               853
UDP              338
UPP               197

TOTAL VALID                 1037564
REJECTED VOTES              34325

TOTAL VOTES CAST      1071889



(9:04pm) - KANO

As announced by the collation officer in charge of Kano



AA - 426
ACPN - 778
AD - 708
ADC - 657
APA - 2770
APC - 1,903,999 (Winner)
CPP - 1552
HOPE - 292
KOWA - 288
NCP - 697
PDP - 215,779
PPN - 485
UDP - 234
UPP - 156


Total valid votes - 2,128,821
Rejected votes - 43,626
Total votes cast - 2,172, 447




(8:47pm) INEC Chiarman set to resume the announcement of the results

BREAKING: Jega has announced a break in the announcement of the results, saying some results have yet to be collated.
The announcement of the results is to resume today by 8pm, Nigerian time




NASARAWA
As announced by Prof. Findadi VC of Federal University, Lokoja, who is RO for Nasarawa state
AA         - 40
ACPN - 95
AD         - 74
ADC - 105
APA - 310
APC - 236,838
CPP - 131
HOPE - 4
KOWA - 48
NCP - 222
PDP - 273, 460 (Winner)
DPN - 164
UPD - 23
UPP - 33

Total votes cast    - 511,547
Rejected votes - 10,094
Total        - 521, 641

OYO

As announced by Prof Ayobami Salami, the Dep. VC (Academics) of OAU, returning officer for Oyo
AA - 6,331


ACPN - 8,979
AD - 6, 282
ADC - 5,000
APA - 4,468
APC - 528, 620 (Winner)
CPP - 6, 674
HOPE - 839
KOWA - 1,312
NCP - 1,895
PDP - 303, 376
PPN - 2,842
UDP - 1,069
UPP - 3,665
Total valid votes - 881, 352
Rejected votes - 47, 254
Total votes cast - 928, 606


FCT

As announced by Prof. Michael Faborode, former VC of OAU, Ile Ife, the returning officer for FCT

AA - 139
ACPN - 342
AD - 240
ADC - 288
APA - 674
APC - 146, 399
CPP - 347
HOPE - 83
KOWA - 165
NCP - 473 
PDP - 157, 195 (Winner)
PPN - 269
UDP - 95
UPP - 96
Total valid votes - 306, 805
Rejected votes - 9210
Total votes cast - 316, 015


ONDO
As announced by Prof. Olusola Oyewole the VC, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta

AA 386
ACPN 2406
AD 1237
ADC   1227
APA 1139
APC 299,889 (Winner)
CPP 1012
HOPE     184
KOWA 223
NCP 846
PDP 251,368
PPN           734
UDP         184
UPP 221

Registered Voters 1501549
Accredited Voters 618040
Total valid votes   561056
Rejected votes 21379

Total votes cast   582435


OSUN

As announced by Prof Uzoma Asuzu , VC of University of Oye Ekiti, who is the Returning Officer for Osun state


AA            377
ACPN 1731
AD           1667
ADC 937
APA 1306
APC      383,603 (Winner)
CPP          1029
HOPE 132
KOWA 255
NCP           767
PDP         249,929
PPN              599
UDP 124
UPP              159


Registered Voters 1378113
Accredited Voters 683169
Total valid votes   642615
Rejected votes 20758

Total votes cast   663373


KOGI
As announced by  VC of University of Abuja, who is the Returning Officer for Kogi state

AA             700
ACPN 1089
AD             427
ADC 761
APA 1001
APC       264,851 (Winner)
CPP           967
HOPE 144
KOWA 190
NCP           399
PDP         149,987
PPN             476
UDP 180
UPP 156

Total valid votes   421328
Rejected votes 17959

Total votes cast   439287


ENUGU STATE AS ANNOUNCED BY PROF ILARY O EDEOGA

AA         441
ACPN 479
AD         269
ADC     478
APA 715
APC       14157
CPP          237
HOPE 110
KOWA     203
NCP          761
PDP 553,003 (Winner)
PPN 407
UDP 1623
UPP 290

TOTAL VALID VOTES 573173
Rejected 12459

TOTAL VOTES CAST 585632




OGUN STATE
Announced by Prof. Duro Oni, Dep. VC of UNILAG, who is the Returning Officer for Ogun state  


ACPN - 3072
AD - 1927
ADC - 1364
APA - 1930
APC - 308, 290 (Winner)
CPP- 978
HOPE - 332
KOWA - 432
NCP - 815
PDP - 207, 950
PPN - 4339
UDP - 562
UPP - 597
Total valid votes - 533, 172
Rejected votes - 26, 441

Total votes cast - 559 - 613


EKITI STATE
As announced by Prof. Adeniyi Daramola, VC of FUT, Akure , the Returning Officer for Ekiti state.

AA - 94 votes
ACPN - 538
AD - 754
ADC- 424
APA - 482
APC - 120, 331
CPP - 330
HDP- 94
KOWA - 108
NCP - 377
PDP - 176, 466 (Winner)
PPN - 388
UPD - 60
UPP - 145

Total votes cast: 309, 445




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    1. Hahaha dreamers they just want to compensate Buhari 😝 😝

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  2. Correct as I have it from channels TV.

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  3. Hahaha dreamers they just want to compensate Buhari 😝😝😝

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  4. Sai Buhari InshaAllah

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    1. Shut up !!!!!!!. .......sai Good luck jonathan

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    2. Tfy to all GEJ supporters

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    3. The thunder wey go fire Buhari supporters still dey do training.

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    4. Hug Ebola!!!

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  5. God bless Nigeria

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  6. Sai Buhari, Kano & Kaduna is on yahoo Obari Owanenu

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  7. God knows the best for Nigeria,He will surely give us the best president.

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    1. I wish u used ur profile here so that I will keep respecting u for baring an unbiased mind. God bless.

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  8. Shall it continues like this UP A P C

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  9. Thank God Jona is making a head way. God will help us, PDP will win. Nikky

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    1. OYO is your permanent case...lololol

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  10. Let us b praying for Good leader instead of praying for parties. All we need in this country is a Good leader not a party, we need somebody that can feel what d masses are feeling. We have been praying any leader that can not deliver a Good governance either he die on d seat or we change him. That is all

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  11. Our country must move on until when God gives us a God fearing leader.

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  12. Jonathan lost this election at least 2 years before now. It started with the various wars he fought and culminated in the 16 greater than 19 saga plus First lady's impunity. Perhaps his loss will awaken a better political consciousness.

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  13. Jonathan is stil leading with d total no of votes cast. Jona all d way. Isha Alla

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  14. We just wait JEGA to complete his duty, sai baba buhari

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  15. I hope ya all know its not only d total number of votes DAT count. Let d supporters DAT claim DAT dey r enlightened heat up d polity an cause chaos. Let's all say sai nja rather than say Buhari or Jona. Nigerian interest is greater than the interest of any individual put together.

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  16. LORD let your very will prevail in this election so that all men in and outside nigeria will that you are God and you rule in the affairs of men and nigeria is your foot stool

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    1. Ameeen! that's the prayer brov.

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  17. Abeg, where can i get INEC RESULT SCRATCH CARD? i wanna check the results by myself, the announcement process is taking too much time....... Lolz

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  18. good leader dat we need

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  19. good leader dat we need

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  20. let the final result out. am not too sure yet but i think the APC is on it. PDP still shaking

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  21. all the enemies of Nigeria shall die before the announcement 2morrow(partisans, fanatics who are selfish. sai NIGERIA.

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  22. Full meaning of JEGA is JONATHAN EBELE GOODLUCK AZIKIWE

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  23. PDP is not shaking at all we should all wait for the final results from jiga .the right person must win.God has already chosen his candidate ,it is not by power nor my might but by the spirit of God.

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  24. let God do his mined jonathan or buhari we are one nigreia....mr CJ

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  25. With the end of the presidential elections, Nigerian is about to page into fresh page. But the “?” is, “will the writing and history be any better?” Ndubisi Ekegbo

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  26. We are waiting 4 d remaining result ooo Jega

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  27. God bless Nigeria

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  28. We want change in acceleration not change in retardation, be careful of the change apc will bring for Nigeria

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  29. Nigerian should look beyond ethnic and religion connotation and advocate for good leadership via a credible process that assures that the will of the people always prevails.

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  30. AnonymousMarch 31, 2015 at 2:17 AM

    Full meaning of JEGA is JONATHAN EBELE GOODLUCK AZIKIWE.This man is sick.Irrelevance.

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    1. Why are some people just siding this man it is irrotational

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  31. our God is too faithful to fail! When he has destined you to be some thing, no one can take it from you, He has ordained someone to be our president.

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  32. whosoever will emerge as the winner of the presidential Election 2015 is a Nigerian

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  33. PDP will surely fail, even in the map, Northern state are still more many..........

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  34. Oga Jega i beg bring out all the 36 states results oooooooh i beg

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  35. I'm surprised and quite displeased at the level of ethnic and religious bias a lot of Nigerians display to the detriment of the future of this nation and their children. Did you vote credibility or ethnicity, capability or religion? We need to put on our thinking caps and shun sentiment to move forward in this nation

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  36. I'm surprised and quite displeased at the level of ethnic and religious bias a lot of Nigerians display to the detriment of the future of this nation and their children. Did you vote credibility or ethnicity, capability or religion? We need to put on our thinking caps and shun sentiment to move forward in this nation

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    1. That's what exactly we did.

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  37. I'm surprised and quite displeased at the level of ethnic and religious bias a lot of Nigerians display to the detriment of the future of this nation and their children. Did you vote credibility or ethnicity, capability or religion? We need to put on our thinking caps and shun sentiment to move forward in this nation

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  38. JEGA has succeeded in rigging the election to his fellow brother. How can a Professor Vice Chancellor that is under the employment payroll of a state government Dutse University happens to be the returning officer for Jigawa state. Why did him go to Lagos and collate result.
    Lets God's will be done as for us human we dont know what the future lies between Jonathan or Buhari. Jonathan is a woman if not how can you accept a result like that of Kano state.

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  39. loks like the election results will take at least 1 week.

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  40. As a Nigeria i as aspected the result release by independent electoral commotion. And I also like to congratulate, general Mohammed buhari as our in coming president. And I also thanks the outgoing president good luck ebere Johnathan for accepting delft.GOD BLESSED NIGERIA

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  41. Why did d card reader not able to work well in some states,yet it worked very well in so many northern states

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