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4:40 AM - (INEC chairman officially declares Buhari winner of the 2019 presidential election)

(READ FULL REPORT HERE)


1:00 PM - Massive victory for Buhari in Boko-Haram ragged Borno

Borno presidential polls result

APC 836,497

PDP 71,788


Number of Registered Voters 2,319,434
Number of Accredited Voters 987,270
Valid Votes 919,786
Rejected Votes 35,419
Votes Cast 955,205


Returning Officer- Prof. Saminu Ibrahim, VC of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi.
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11: 10 AM - PDP wins two senate seats in Edo

The senatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Edo South, Matthew Urhoghide, has been declared the winner of Saturday's election.

Urhoghide, who is the incumbent Senator representing the district, scored 135,588 votes to defeat Patrick Obaghiagbon of APC. who scored 121,957 votes.

In another House of Representatives result released, PDP's Jude Ise-Idehen scored 53,618 votes to stop the second term bid of APC's Johnson Agbonayinma ,who polled 44,322 votes.
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9:14 AM - PDP wins Senatorial Districts in Cross River

PDP Senatorial candidate for Cross River Central Senatorial District, Dr Sandy Onor has been declared winner of the election.

Also in the Southern Senatorial District, incumbent Senator Gershom Bassey won the election.
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Result of the Northern Senatorial District is being expected.

8:25 AM - Buhari wins Bauchi

The All Progressives Congress (APC) polled 798,428 votes to beat the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) which scored 209,313 votes in Bauchi State in last Saturday’s presidential election.



Alhassan Ghani, the State Collation officer, announced the result after collation from the 20 local government areas of the state
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6:30 AM -  Buhari wins Kano with 1.4m votes

The Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) Presidential candidate, President Muhammadu Buhari has defeated his opponent, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), with over 1.073,175m.votes

The Collation Officer for the just concluded Presidential election in Kano, Professor Magaji Garba,who is the vice Chancellor, Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State, disclosed the results at the early hours of Tuesday, after the collation of the results from across the 44 Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the state.

He said, the APC Presidential candidate scored 1.464,768m, to defeat the PDP candidate, who garnered 391,593 votes.
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6:00 AM - Atiku wins in Benue

The presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has won the presidential election in Benue State.

The former vice president defeated the incumbent president, Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC), his main challenger.

Announcing the result in the state collation office in Makurdi in the early hours of Tuesday, the chief returning officer of the state and vice chancellor of the University of Jos, Sebastian Maimako, said the PDP polled 355,355 against the APC’s 347,668.
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5:20 AM - Atiku defeats Buhari in Edo

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar narrowly won the presidential election in Edo state with 7,849 votes more than his main rival, President Muhammadu Buhari.

The State Collation Officer for the Presidential election, Prof. Ndowa Lale announced at the INEC headquarters in Benin that Atiku scored 275,691 votes, while Buhari of the All Progressives Congress scored 267,842 votes.


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1: 40 AM - ALI NDUME WINS

Ali- Ndume of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has emerged winner of the Southern Borno Senatorial Constituency election.

Ali Ndume (APC): 300,637

Kudla Haske (PDP): 84,608
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1: 20 AM - 2019 Presidential Election Results (AFTER 11 STATES + FCT)





(1st Position) APC: Muhammadu Buhari - 2,976,721 votes

(2nd Position) PDP: (Atiku Abubakar) - 2,690,616 votes

(3rd position) AAC: (Omoyele Sowore) - 8,083 votes
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11:16 AM - PDP kicks Akpabio out of senate

Godswill Akpabio will not be returning to the senate to represent Akwa Ibom north-west senatorial district.

The senator, who contested under the All Progressives Congress (APC), lost to Chris Ekpenyong of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) with a wide margin.

He secured only 67,487 votes as against 136,373 votes for Ekpenyong.

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10:26 AM - Atiku wins Adamawa

The Independent National Electoral Commission has declared PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, as winner of Saturday’s presidential election in Adamawa.

Declaring the result on Monday in Yola, the presidential election Returning Officer for Adamawa, Prof. Andrew Yakubu, said Abubakar scored 410,266 votes to defeat the APC candidate who scored 378,078 votes.

Yakubu said the total number of registered voters in the state was 1,959,322, while 874,920 voters were accredited.
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8:45 PM - Atiku wins Oyo state

Atiku Abubakar, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), won in 18 out of the 33 local government areas of Oyo state in the just collated presidential election results released in Ibadan.

Atiku polled 366,592 votes, while Buhari won in the remaining 15 local government areas with 365,229 votes.

The results were released on Monday by AbdulKareem Suleiman-Age, INEC chief collation officer for Oyo presidential election.

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8:33 PM - Atiku wins Plateau state

PDP - 548,665

APC - 468,555



Results from LGAs:



Kanam

APC: 51, 017

PDP: 18, 331



Wase

APC : 35, 931

PDP: 22, 809



Jos North

APC :93, 800

PDP: 53, 277



Mangu

APC : 42, 947

PDP: 48, 923



Shendam

APC : 38, 196

PDP :24, 162



Barkin Ladi

APC : 15, 390

PDP: 42, 138



Bassa

APC : 27, 632

PDP: 34, 822





Langtang North

APC: 16, 665

PDP: 34, 105



Riyom

APC: 8, 710

PDP: 21, 892



Bokkos

APC 18, 328

PDP: 32, 246



Jos South

APC : 25, 574

PDP: 106, 526



Qua’anpan

APC : 20, 872

PDP: 17, 479



Lantang South

APC 11, 224

PDP: 18, 470



Pankshin

APC : 21, 609

PDP: 30, 509



Kanke

APC 17, 946

PDP: 22, 875



Mikang

APC: 10, 869

PDP: 11, 262



Jos East

APC : 11, 847

PDP: 8, 853.

4:38 PM - Just something to relax your nerves...currently trending on social media

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2:38 PM - More results from Borno state

Konduga local government

PDP- 622

APC/ 27644


Mafa

PDP 138

APC 50151


Marte

PDP- 182

APC- 10414


Kala-Balge

PDP- 364

APC- 14945


Kukawa

PDP- 347

APC- 11225


Kaga

PDP- 363

APC- 14512
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2:24 PM - FEMI GBAJABIAMILA WINS FIFTH TERM

Femi Gbajabiamila of APC will represent Surulere federal constituency 1 at the house of representatives till at least 2023. He emerged winner with 14,617 votes while Adewara Michael of PDP came second with 8085 votes.
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1:27 PM - The Police attached to the convoy of Ogun INEC collation officer killed

The collating officer for Ipokia, said INEC officials left the LGA late on Sunday due to agitation from parties and thugs, in a bid to prevent cancellation of votes from a PU where manual voting was done. He said the INEC convoy was attacked on the way to the collation centre, leading to the death of a police officer.
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1:20 PM - Buhari clinches Nasarawa State

The Independent National Electoral Commission has declared President Muhammadu Buhari as winner of Saturday’s presidential election in Nasarawa State.

Prof. Azubuike Nwankwo, the Presidential Election Returning Officer for the state, read out the results polled by various political parties at the end of collation at about 11 a.m.

According to him, Buhari of the All Progressives Congress polled 289,903 votes to defeat the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, who scored 283,847 votes.

The result showed that Buhari won in eight out of the 13 local government areas of the state. with Atiku winning in five.
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11:27 AM - ATIKU DEFEATS BUHARI IN ONDO

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, cndidate, Atiku Abubakar, has won the presidential election in Ondo State.

In the final results announced on Monday, Abubakar of the PDP scored 275,901 votes to defeat President Muhammadu Buhari of the APC who scored 241,769 votes.

Total accredited voters were 598,586, total votes cast: 586,827, while rejected votes were 30,833

Below are the results:

Akoko North East

AAC 105

AA 407

APC 15,598

PDP 11,641


Akoko North West

AAC 113

AA 412

APC 14,158

PDP 13, 950


Akoko South East

AAC 26

AA 242

APC 7,306

PDP 6,616


Akure North

AAC 129

AA 06

APC 8661

PDP 12,786


Idanre

AAC 73

AA 265

APC 8453

PDP 14,704


Ifedore

AAC 95

AA 229

APC 9433

PDP 11745


Ileoluji Okeigbo

AAC 208

AA 340

APC 10404

PDP 12680


Irele

AAC 93

AA 235

APC 10082

PDP 12862


Ondo East

AAC 155

AA 11

APC 5299

PDP 8455


Ose

AAC 41

AA 84

APC 10321

PDP 12919


Owo

AA 426

AAC 184

APC 18,322

ADC 219

PDP 13,375


Okitipupa

AA 66

AAC 132

ADC 68

APC 17,017

PDP 22,370

YPP 64


Akure South

AAC 814

ADP 83

APC 25,177

LP 203

PDP 37,040

YPP 202


Akoko South West

AA 817

AAC 168

APC 21,592

PDP 16,469

PT 03


Odigbo

AA 39

AA 401

AAC 107

APC 19,523

PDP 16,608


Ilaje

AA 185

AAC 68

APC 17,455

LP 02

PDP 14,421


Ese Odo

AA 135

AAC 828

APC 9,530

PDP 12,005


Ondo West

AA 50

AAC 1075

APC 13,448

PDP 25,255
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11:10 AM - INEC chairman fails to keep to time

The INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu yesterday said the national collation centre will reconvene by 11am today. It is now a few minutes past 11am, and he is yet to be on seat

NigerianEye.com will start another dedicated page to the final national collation in Abuja, stay with us.
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10:53 AM - BUHARI WINS NASARAWA

President Muhammadu Buhari has won Nasarawa state for the first time since 2003 defeating Alhaji Atiku Abubakar by 37,896 votes.

Results collated by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Lafia shows that President Buhari polled 279,315 votes to defeat Atiku who polled 241,419 votes.

Buhari won in eight local governments while Atiku won in five local governments marking the first time the Peoples Democratic Party has lost Nasarawa state in a presidential election since then return to democracy in 1999.
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10:40 AM - INEC declares Okorocha senator-elect

The Independent National Electoral Commission on Monday morning declared Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, the winner of the Imo West senatorial election.

The Returning officer, Prof Francis Ibeawuchi, who announced the results at the collation center in Orlu Local Government Area, said that Okorocha of the All Progressives congress polled a total of 97762 votes to defeat his two major contenders.
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10:33 AM - BUHARI WINS OSUN

Presidential election result

APC: 347,674

PDP: 337,377
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10:30 AM - ATIKU WINS ABIA STATE


Final figures from the presidential election

PDP: 219, 698

APC: 85,068
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10:24 AM - More results from Abia, Atiku is close to a win

Presidential election result

Obingwa LGA

APC: 3303

PDP: 32,156


Ohafia LGA

APC: 6,487

PDP: 7,418


Aba north

APC:11,720

PDP: 22,957
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10:20 AM - We have some results from Borno state

Presidential election results



NGANZAI LGA

APC: 6,804

PDP: 975



MOBBAR LGA

APC: 13,122

PDP: 280



DIKWA LGA

APC:17,805

PDP: 100



ABADAM LGA

APC: 5,907

PDP: 270



GUZAMALA LGA

APC: 5,307

PDP: 521



GUBIO LGA

APC: 10,207

PDP: 510



MAGUMERI LGA

APC: 12,739

PDP: 694



KWAYA KUSAR LGA

APC: 21,870

PDP: 2,306



ASKIRA UBA LGA

APC: 31,080

PDP: 16,822



MARTE LGA

APC: 10,414

PDP: 182



BAYO LGA

APC: 20,843

PDP: 1,126



MAFA LGA

APC: 50,151

PDP: 138



HAWUL LGA

APC: 29,236

PDP: 9,228

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10:17 AM - We move to Lagos state!
Results of Presidential election declared by Collation officers of each local governments and coordinated by the Lagos State INEC returning officer, Prof Felix Salako at the INEC Secretariat, Yaba.

So far, 17 Local Governments results have been declared.

1. Apapa Local Govt:

APC-18,170

PDP-11,295


2. Ikorodu Local Govt

APC:40,719

PDP:21,252


3. Ibeju/Lekki Local Govt

APC:12,179

PDP:9,222


4. Lagos lsland Local Govt

APC: 27,452

PDP: 7,396


5. Epe Local Govt

APC:17,710

PDP:13,305


6. Ikeja LGA

APC: 23,638votes

PDP: 21,518 votes


7. Badagry LGA

APC: 21,417votes

PDP: 17,936votes


8.Agege Local Govt

PDP:16,497

APC:36,443


9. ETI-OSA Local Govt

PDP:25,216

APC: 20,963


10.IFAKO/IJAIYE Local Govt

APC:33,419

PDP:18,100

AAC:674


11. Mushin Local Government

PDP:20,277

APC: 43,543


12. Oshodi/lsolo Local Govt

PDP: 28,806

APC:29,860


13. Lagos Mainland Local Govt

PDP: 15,137 votes

APC : 22,684 votes


14. Ojo local govt

PDP: 29,019 votes

APC :24,333 votes


15. Somolu local govt

PDP :21,978

APC: 28,418


16. Kosofe LGA

PDP: 28,715

APC: 39,216


17 Surulere LGA

APC : 30,621

PDP: 31,603
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10:07 AM - PDP candidate wins Osun East senatorial seat

The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Adenigba Fadahunsi, has emerged as the winner of Osun East senatorial seat.

Mr Fadahunsi had 114,893 votes to beat his closest rival, Ajibola Famurewa of the All Progressives Congress (APC) who polled 105,720 votes
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10:00 AM - Presidential election results from Adamawa

RESULTS
Madagali LGA

APC: 8,208

PDP: 14,594

RESULTS
Maiha LGA

APC: 17,034

PDP: 7,916

RESULTS
Ganye LGA

APC: 20,360

PDP: 17,770

P.S: Two polling units were cancelled in this LGA
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9:36 AM - Presidential election result from Wamba LGA, Nasarawa

APC: 15,490

PDP: 9,802


RESULT

Presidential result Ibadan northeast LGA, Oyo state

APC: 12,049

PDP: 21,165

RESULT

Presidential result from Kokona LGA, Nasarawa

PDP: 24,563

APC: 20,433
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8:56 AM - Ogun East Senatorial Elections declared inconclusive

The Returning Officer for the Ogun East Senatorial District, Prof. Chris Nwoka, has declared elections into the Senate for the district inconclusive.

At the conclusion of collation of results from the nine local government areas, the APC had a total of 84,929 votes, while the PDP polled 82,457 votes.

Nwoka was about to declare the APC senatorial candidate, Senator Mustapha Olalekan winner over his closest rival, Sosanwo Ayoola of the PDP, when there was chaos in the hall.
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8:30 AM - Buhari wins 12 out of 16 LGs declared by INEC in Ogun

The All Progressives Congress Presidential candidate, President Muhammadu Buhari has won 12 local governments out of 16 local governments declared so far by the Independent National Electoral Commission .

But, the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar won the remaining four local governments out of the 16 local governments so far declared .

Ogun State has 20 local government areas, the breakdown of the results is as follows:


Ijebu-Ode LG

APC – 12,850

PDP- 7,253


Ijebu North East LG

APC-6,435

PDP-5,149


Remo North LG

APC -5,659

PDP-6,269


Odeda LG

APC- 10,049

PDP-4,995


Abeokuta North LG

APC- 22,044

PDP- 7,528


Sagamu LG

APC – 20,875

PDP- 16,532


Imeko-Afon LG

APC- 6,425

PDP-6,689


Ogun Waterside LG

APC-6,889

PDP-8,262


Egbado South LG

APC- 12,934

PDP-10,709


Obafemi Owode LG

APC-16,243

PDP-7,938


Ikenne LG

APC-10,283

PDP-8,708


Abeokuta South LG

APC-26,462

PDP -13,853


Ado Odo/Ota LG

APC- 33,348

PDP-20,352


Ewekoro LG

APC-10,060

PDP-5,101


Ifo LG

APC-23,895

PDP-8,968


Ijebu North LG

APC – 13,974

PDP- 16,196
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8:00 AM - PRESIDENTIAL COLLATION CENTER ADAMAWA STATE:
LG: YOLA SOUTH

Eligible Voters: 136,520
Accredited Voters: 60,463

RESULTS
APC: 34,534

PDP: 20,414

APA: 106

PCP: 281


INVALID: 2659
VALID VOTES: 56,494
TOTAL VOTES: 59,153

Two PUs cancelled
Ngurore 005 (with 527 accredited voters) and Toungo 010 (with 1344 registered voters) due to over voting.
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7:50 AM - Ogun governor Ibikunle Amosun emerges senator-elect in Ogun

Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun has emerged Senator-elect of Ogun Central Senatorial district in Ogun state with 88,110 votes.

Amosun who contested on the platform of the All Progressives Congress defeated his close challenger, the African Democratic Congress candidate, Mrs.Titi Oseni-Gomez.
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7:39 AM - Dino Melaye wins Kogi West Senatorial seat

Senator Dino Melaye of the Peoples Democratic Party, has been declared winner of the Kogi West Senatorial election

The Returning Officer, Prof. Emmanuel Bala announced on Monday in Lokoja that Melaye polled 85, 395 votes to defeat Sen. Smart Adeyemi of the APC who scored 66, 901 votes.

PDP (Dino Melaye) - 85,395

APC (Smart Adeyemi) - 66.901
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7:30 AM - Anambra South Senatorial Election Result
These are the official results as announced by INEC.

Anambra South Senatorial District Results.


1. Ekwusigo LGA

APC 2,385

APGA = 6,451

PDP= 6, 614

YPP= 10,899



2. Orumba North

APC - 2007

APGA - 7310

PDP - 10, 012

YPP - 7,557



3. Ihiala

APC - 3, 740

APGA - 8, 981

PDP - 10, 682

YPP - 9, 478



4. Orumba South

APC - 648

APGA - 5,479

PDP - 4,397

YPP - 10,511



5. Nnewi South

APC - 753

APGA - 11,176

PDP - 4,818

YPP - 7,930



6. Aguata

YPP - 12632

PDP - 10096.

APGA - 9502

APC - 3056



7. Nnewi North LGA

APC - 810

APGA- 2155

PDP- 5849

YPP- 28,101
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4:05 AM - Currently, Atiku and Buhari are neck-on-neck, kindly click on the link below for a summary of how things stand
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3:15 AM - Sokoto North Local Govt

Presidential election result

Sokoto-Central/Sokoto-North Senatorial Districts Collation Centre

Collation Officer: Dr Nasiru Muhammad


Total registered voters: 140,726
Total accredited voters: 61,678
Total votes cast: 58,485
Total valid votes: 56,203
Total rejected votes: 2,282

APC: 31,695

PDP: 23,739
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2:40 AM - Some results from some local govt's in Sokoto
Venue: Sultan Muhammad Maccido Institute for Qur'an and General Studies, Sokoto State

Presidential election results.

Sokoto South LGA
Collation Officer: Dr Sanusi Ahmed

APC: 41,347

PDP: 24,598


Yabo LGA
Collation Officer: Dr Shehu Zaid

APC: 15,465

PDP: 10,176


Tureta LGA
Collation Officer: Mohammed Lawan

APC: 8,516

PDP: 10,209

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2:15 AM - News from Edo state
INEC has adjourned the announcement of results from the 18 local government areas of Edo State till 9am.

So far, the results from nine LGAs have been announced. But the submission of results from Oredo and Egor LGAs were placed on hold by the State Collation Officer, Prof. Ndowa Lale
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2:10 AM - Some results from Kaduna state
Results of Presidential election in 11 of the 23 local government areas of Kaduna state.

1. KUBAU LG

APC: 67,140

PDP: 13,296


2. MAKARFI LG

APC: 36,625

PDP: 14,494


3. IKARA LG

APC: 44,021

PDP: 14,464


4. KAURA LG

APC: 6,907

PDP: 33,647


5. JABA LG

APC: 6,400

PDP: 22,758


6. KUDAN

APC: 30,577

PDP: 11,697


7. ZANGO KATAF

APC: 10,411

PDP: 62,622


8. SABON GARI

APC: 58,467

PDP: 22,644


9. SOBA LG

APC: 51, 548

PDP: 10, 656


10. Kauru

APC: 33,578

PDP: 27,041


11. Kagarko

APC: 16,663

PDP: 21,605
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1:55 AM - NGIGE FAILS TO DELIVER LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Idemeli south LGA, Anambra

Presidential election result

APC: 2,220

PDP: 17,039


Chris Ngige laments. "There is a spike that is out of the ordinary. They are being economical with the truth, they don’t want to report everything“

“A lot of people were disenfranchised for no just cause. This is one of the LGA I’m sure that the collation of the results at the booth was tampered with.

"They removed all our party agents. This result will not stand. We are going run re-elections, I don’t mind inconveniences. I want it redone”
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1:05 AM - Collation officer drunk, unable to perform duties - Plateau REC

The Plateau REC, Hussein Pai, at the state INEC headquarters in Jos, explained to stakeholders that the collation officer for Bokkos LGA, who is a senior lecturer, was drunk and unable to perform his duties.

Pai said, "We took a decision whereby the INEC staff took over and in the meantime the actual collation officer is being stepped aside because, clearly, he could not just perform."

The Assistant Electoral Officer for Bokkos LGA, Adedoyin Musbau, said there was no cancellation and presented the following result for the presidential elections:

RESULTS
APC - 18,328

PDP - 32,236


Total registered voters - 116,911
Total accredited voters - 54,616
Total valid votes - 52,486
Total rejected votes - 1,690
Total votes cast - 54,176
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1:00 AM - Presidential election results for Etsako East LGA, Edo State

Venue: INEC state headquarters, Benin
Collation officer: Prof. Edosa Enuana

Registered voters: 81,639
Accredited voters: 34,436
Total votes cast: 33,966
Valid votes: 32,538
Rejected votes: 1,428

RESULTS

APC: 16,151

PDP: 16,146

Enuana noted that the result for Ward 2, Unit 4, was cancelled due to violence
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12:42 AM - We have results from seven local govts in Kano

Tsanyawa LGA

APC: 25,823

PDP: 5,399


Tudun Wada LGA

APC: 38,865

PDP: 10,707


Ajingi LGA

APC: 21,458

PDP: 5,267


Gwarzo LGA

APC: 33,581

PDP: 10,682


Gezawa LGA

APC: 29,954

PDP: 8,224


Rano LGA

APC: 23,885

PDP: 7,055


Kibiya LGA

APC: 18,055

PDP: 11,028
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12:35 AM - Buhari defeats Atiku to win Osun state

President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress, beat his closest rival, Atiku Abubakar, of the Peoples Democratic Party in the presidential election held on Saturday in Osun State.

Buhari polled 347,674 votes, while Atiku polled 337,377 votes, with the APC candidate leading with a margin of 10,297.

Buhari earlier won Ekiti state, this will be the second state to be won by the president.

OSUN STATE

APC: 347,674 (Winner)

PDP: 337,377
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12:29 AM - Some results from Anambra state

Presidential

Awka North LGA

APC: 1,134

PDP: 15,725


Onitsha south LGA

APC: 905

PDP: 29,795

Nnewi South LGA results were rejected as the collation officer is absent. INEC officer, Uliamaka showed up to present the result but she was turned back
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12:20 AM - Presidential polls result in Ogun Waterside LGA

APC 6,889

PDP 8,262


Yewa South (Egbado South) LGA

APC 12,934

PDP 10,709
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10:10 PM - Presidential pols result in Agatu LG Benue

Collation officer: Prof. Ben Nyior


PDP 8,225

APC 4,170

Registered voters: 55,816
Accredited voters: 15,012
Total Votes cast: 13,957
Valid votes cast: 12,993
Rejected votes: 964



Presidential polls result in ATISBO LGA of Oyo State


Collation officer: Prof. Abiodun Bamidele


Registered voters: 54,401
Accredited voters: 18,834
Valid Votes: 17,990
Rejected Votes: 845
Total Vote Cast: 18,834

Results:-

APC: 8,550

PDP: 8,128



Presidential polls results in Iseyin LG, Oyo State


Collation officer: Prof. Oyetunji Ogunsola Jacob


Registered voters: 100,263
Accredited voters: 40,861
Valid Votes: 37,417
Rejected Votes: 3,240
Total Vote Cast: 40,657

Results:-

APC: 19,714

PDP: 11,781
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9:30 PM - BUKOLA SARAKI LOSES SENATE ELECTIONS

Final result for Kwara Central senatorial district


APC (Ibrahim Oloriegbe): 123,808

PDP (Bukola Saraki): 68,994

Senate president, Bukola Saraki (PDP) defeated by Ibrahim Oloriegbe (APC)

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9:27 PM - Presidential Election (Oyo State)

SAKI WEST LOCAL GOVT

Collation officer: Dr. Soji Awoyemi
Registered voters: 110,762
Accredited voters: 37,331
Valid Votes: 34,510
Rejected Votes: 2,105
Total Vote Cast: 36,615


Results:-

APC: 21,136

PDP: 10,452
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9:24 PM - Presidential Election in Osun State.

Ede South LG:

APC - 7,367

PDP - 14,670



Atakumosa East LG:

APC - 7,770

PDP - 6,833



Orolu LG;

APC - 8,425

PDP - 7,962



Ilesha East LG:

APC - 11,844

PDP - 11,219



Isokan LG:

APC - 9,298

PDP - 9,079



Iwo LG:

APC - 16,790

PDP - 15,691
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7:53 PM - Results from FIVE local government areas in Kano

Presidential election result

Kunchi LGA

PDP: 4,937

APC: 21,556


Makoda LGA

PDP: 3,234

APC: 24,749


Shanono LGA

PDP: 8,182

APC: 24,232


Garun Malam LGA

PDP: 4,861

APC: 23,810


Sumaila LGA

PDP: 34,609

APC: 4,904
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7:40 PM - You can be sure to stay connected with NigerianEye.com for fresh updates when the INEC chairman re-opens the collation center in Abuja tomorrow.
Nevertheless, our job is not done here, we will be giving you official INEC declared results from the ward, local government and state level non-stop, please refresh for updates as they come in.
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7:10 PM - INEC Chairman declares collation center in Abuja open, shits announcement of results till 11 am tomorrow
Mahmood Yakubu, chairman of the commission, made the announcement after declaring the collation center open.
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7:00 PM - Presidential results from Girei LGA, Adamawa
Presidential results from Girei LGA, Adamawa State, as announced by the State Presidential Election Collation Officer, Prof. Andrew Haruna, VC of Federal University Gashua.

APC: 17,765

PDP: 14,673


Total Votes cast: 34,628
Total Valid Votes Cast: 33,255
Total Accredited Votes: 35,455
Total Rejected Votes:1,373
Total Registered Voters: 74,783



KANO - Presidential Election results in Governor Ganduje's Local Government

Presidential Election results: Dawakin Tofa LG Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje hails from this local government.

Collation Officer: Prof. Musa Mohammed.
Registered voters: 101, 254

APC= 37,417

PDP = 6,507


Valid votes= 45,056
Rejected= 2, 306
Total votes cast= 47, 362.
The officer reported a case of no voting in four polling units due to the failure of the card reader.
Elections to held in affected areas.


Presidential election results in Saki East LG Oyo State
2019 presidential election results in Oyo State for Saki East LG, Prof Kolawole Olumuyiwa; presiding officer of the University of Ibadan

Registered voters: 42, 484
Accredited voters: 13,699


PDP: 5,883 votes
APC : 5,730 votes
ADC : 643 votes
ADP : 285 votes



Presidential polls result in Karaye LG, Kano
Collation Officer: Mohammed Isa.

Reg. Voters 76,355
Accredited Voters 33,243.

APC 23,023
PDP 8,265

Valid votes 31,923
Rejected 962
Total votes cast 32,885
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5:15 PM - 2019 Presidential Election Result in Epe LGA, Lagos State


Presidential election result

APC: 17,710

PDP: 13, 305
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5:10 PM - 2019 Presidential Election Result in Aninri LGA, Enugu State


Collation Officer: Dr Kassy Ugwu
Result Declaration: INEC Headquarters, Enugu, Enugu State

Registered voters: 72,810
Accredited voters: 22,185
Valid votes: 21,109
Rejected votes: 864
Total votes cast: 21,973


APC: 1,462

PDP: 19,062
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5:00 PM - We await Akwa Ibom state INEC collation officials

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4:50 PM - Presidential Election results from Afikpo North LG, Ebonyi state

Presidential election result

APC: 5,356

PDP: 20,070
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4:45 PM - Presidential Election results from Kunchi LG Kano

Collation Officer -- Prof. Saminu Bala.
Total registered voters 58,334.
Accredited 27,281.

APC 20,375.

PDP 4,983.
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4:20 PM - BREAKING: Buhari defeats Atiku in Ekiti State 

President Muhammadu Buhari has won Ekiti state, the first officially declared presidential election result by Independent National Electoral Commission.

EKITI STATE PRESIDENTIAL RESULTS (INEC)

AAC: 400
ABP: 28
ACB; 120
ANN: 88
APC: 219,231 (Winner)
APGA: 309
FRESH: 46
MAJA: 279
NPP: 53
PCP: 2299
PDP: 154,032
PPA: 253

NigerianEye.com can confirm that the figures above were counted and declared votes by INEC officials at the state level. We also confirm the 100% authenticity of the result!
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3:50 PM - Trouble for senate president, Bukola Saraki?

RESULT

Ilorin East Local Govt, Kwara central

Senatorial election result

Oloriegbe (APC): 30014

Saraki (PDP): 14654
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3:25 PM - House Representatives: Daura/ Maiadua/Sandamu federal constituency as read out by the returning officer, Babangida Umar

Total Valid votes : 41,935
Total Rejected votes: 1, 044

Result
APC 33,281

PDP 5434
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3:10 PM - APC rejects election in Enugu, calls for cancellation

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has rejected the conducted of the election held Saturday in Enugu describing it as an aberration.

The party called for the cancellation of the election in Enugu even before the release of the result.
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2:30 PM - Presidential polls results in Ilesa East local govt Osun State

Registered voters: 66,708
Accredited voters: 24,551
Valid votes: 23,854
Rejected votes: 665
Total votes cast: 24,519

APC: 11,844
PDP: 11,219
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2:16 PM - Asa local govt, Kwara state

Senatorial election result

Oloriegbe (APC): 15,932

Saraki (PDP): 11,252
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2:16 PM - Presidential Election Result in Atakumosa East local govt, Osun State

Registered voters: 35,744
Accredited voters: 15,266
Valid votes: 14,967
Rejected votes: 298
Total votes cast: 15,265
Cancelled votes: 506

Polling unit affected: Ajebandele, Ward 10, Unit 5
Reason: Violence

APC: 7,770
PDP: 6,833
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1:50 PM - Tofa Local Government, Kano

Presidential election result
APC: 19,984
PDP: 7,732

Garun Malam Local Government, Kano

Presidential election result
APC: 23,810
PDP: 4,861
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1:15 PM - Results from Akoko North/West Local Government Area of Ondo State

Presidential

APC - 14,158

PDP - 13,950


Senatorial

AA - 9,804

ADC - 3,317

ADP - 4,310

APC - 7,802

PDP - 4,048

SDP - 697

ZLP - 875



Rep

AA - 5,535

ADC - 2499

ADP - 922

APC - 11,555

PDP - 3,687

SDP - 2,560

ZLP - 1,535



Results from Akoko North/West Local Government Area of Ondo State

Presidential

APC - 14,158

PDP - 13,950



Senatorial

AA - 9,804

ADC - 3,317

ADP - 4,310

APC - 7,802

PDP - 4,048

SDP - 697

ZLP - 875



Reps

AA - 5,535

ADC - 2499

ADP - 922

APC - 11,555

PDP - 3,687

SDP - 2,560

ZLP - 1,535
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1:08 PM - We have some senatorial election results in six local governments in Osun State

Boluwaduro Local Govt

ADC - 46

ADP - 294

APC - 5,428

PDP - 4,702

NCP - 11


Ifedayo  Local Govt

ADC - 32

ADP - 58

APC - 4,524

PDP - 3,767

NCP - 12


Ifelodun  Local Govt

ADC - 138

ADP - 67

APC - 15,637

PDP - 13,004

NCP - 71



Ila  Local Govt

ADC - 464

ADP - 88

APC - 11,197

PDP - 8,766

NCP - 39



Irepodun  Local Govt

ADC - 32

ADP - 78

APC - 10,474

PDP - 12,272

NCP 47


Orolu  Local Govt

ADC - 54

ADP - 84

APC - 8,883

PDP - 7,725

NCP - 50
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1:00PM - Results of House of Representatives elections Limawa Ward, Yola North L.G.A Adamawa State

APC 3, 082

ADC 1,439

PDP 548

Results of Presidential elections Nassarawo Ward, Yola North L.G.A Adamawa State

APC 4,753

ADC 33

PDP 3,453

SDP 2


Results of Senatorial elections Limawa Ward, Yola North L.G.A Adamawa State

APC 3,758

ADC 865

PDP 480

SDP 01


Results of Presidential elections Nassarawo Ward, Yola North L.G.A Adamawa State

APC 4,753

ADC 33

PDP 3,453

SDP 2
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12:45 PM -  Final Results of Presidential, Senatorial and House of representatives elections in Nkwerre Local Government Area of Imo state

PRESIDENTIAL
APC - 5,161
PDP - 5,810

SENATE
APC - 5,637
PDP - 4,905

HOUSE OF REPS
APC - 6,587
PDP - 4,288
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12:25 PM - Adavi Local Govt in Kogi state

Presidential election result

APC: 24,843

PDP: 10,059


Magumeri Local Govt in Borno state

Presidential election result

APC: 12,739

PDP: 694
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12:00 PM - Abadam Local Government, Borno state

Presidential election result

APC: 5907

PDP: 270
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10:50 AM - Presidential Election Results of Ado-Ekiti Local government of Ekiti State.
Announcement at Ekiti Central Senatorial District, Ekiti state. Old INEC Office.

Total number of registered voters : 165994
Number of accredited voters: 60277
Total Valid votes: 56914
Rejected votes: 2768
Total votes cast: 59682



AAC: 148

AAB: 43

ABP: 43

ACD: 28

ACBN: 36

ADC: 97

APP: 39

APC: 34929

APGA: 12

DPC: 47

FJP: 17

GDPN: 73

PDP: 20112
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10:35 AM - Presidential election results from Ekiti East local government of Ekiti State.

APC: 12826

PDP: 13125

NPC: 09

PPN: 01
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10:05 AM - While you were in the comfort of your bed, this was how some NYSC members passed the night at the INEC office, Amobia, Awka South, Anambra
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10:00 AM - YOBE SOUTH, Mamudo Ward, Fune Local Govt. It consists of 10 PUs

PRESIDENTIAL

APC:3,960
PDP:287


SENATORIAL

APC:1,452
PDP:2,850


HOUSE OF REPS

APC:2,326
PDP:1201

N.B - The result of PU 001, Adaya was cancelled for the House of Reps
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9:53 AM - Gabarin Ward (003), Darazo LGA, Bauchi State

Presidential

APC 3782
PDP 757
SNC. 10


Senatorial

APC 1618
PDP 583
PRP 1477
NNPP 277
GPN 10


Reps

PDP 402
APC 1394
PRP 1179
NNPP 923
GPN 39
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9:50 AM - Collated results for Gbonyin LGA, Ekiti South Senatorial District of Ekiti State.

SENATORIAL RESULTS

NUMBER OF REG. VOTERS: 49850
ACCREDITED VOTES: 22090


ADC - 39
APC - 13534
ASD - 07
DA - 04
LP - 04
NAC - 06
NPC - 17
PDP - 8093
PPN - 04

TOTAL VALID VOTES : 21708
REJECTED VOTES : 251
TOTAL VOTES CAST : 21959


COLLATION OFFICER: DR AGBOOLA
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9:45 AM - AWKA SOUTH LGA, ANAMBRA CENTRAL SD

PRESIDENTIAL
NO OF REG VOTER-13056
ACCREDITED-2249

AAC-3
APC-80
APGA-46
PDP-1968
YPP-11

TOTAL VALID- 2161
REJECTED-32
TOTAL CAST-2193
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9:40 AM - Ise/OrunLGA, Ekiti State.

Presidential
AAP: 007
ABP: 002
ACD: 003
ACPN: 02
ADC: 016
ADP: 008
APC: 14529
PDP: 4826
PPA: 04
PPN: 02

Total valid votes: 19660
Rejected Votes 410
Total Votes cast 20,070
Total Registered Voters 41,823
Total accredited voters: 20,295
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9:30 AM - Oye-Ekiti LGA, Ekiti State.

Presidential
AAC: 019
ACPN: 009
ADC; 028
APC: 14,726
APDA: 011
PDP : 11427

Total valid votes 26749
Rejected Votes 802
Total Votes cast 27551
Total Registered Voters 60,226
Total accredited voters: 27,654

EKITI SOUTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT, IKERE LGA

REPS RESULTS

NUMBER OF REG. VOTERS: 61615
ACCREDITED VOTES: IT IS NOT ON THE PAPER

ADC - 329
APC - 15078
ID -03
JMPP - 04
LP - 06
MPN- 02
NAC - 06
PDP - 11676
PPN - 08
PT - 02
ASD - 18
BPD - 32
NDLP - 13
YDP - 01
KP - 05

TOTAL VALID VOTES : 27183
REJECTED VOTES : 562
TOTAL VOTES CAST : 27745

COLLATION OFFICER: DR OKETAYO.
Mr Oketayo corroborated that hoodlums invaded WARD 9 UNIT 06 which led to the cancellation of the unit's election.

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9:25 AM -  Some results at local government level as officially declared by INEC officials are coming in.

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9:22 AM - Presidential election result for Sarkin Kudu 1 of Sarkin Kudu ward, Katsina announced by returning officer Abubakar Abdullahi

Total accredited voters- 8317
Valid votes- 7935
Rejected 288
Total votes cast 8223

Result
APC 6455
PDP 1339
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8:30 AM - Buhari wins in Lalong's polling unit

President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress defeated Atiku Abubakar, of the People's Democratic Party at the Ajimakai polling unit in Shendam Council Area where Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State cast his votes.

Presidential
APC=1,166
PDP=66

Senate
APC =1,226
PDP= 59

House of Reps
PDP= 65
APC=1095
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8:04 AM -  Waduku ward 10, Lamurde LGA Adamawa state

Presidential results

APC 1021

PDP 1968


Senate
APC 1194

PDP 1814


Reps.
APC 1130

PDP 1856
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7:59 AM - BREAKING: INEC office in Osun state burnt down by political thugs, several ballot boxes with votes burnt, more to follow...
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7:29 AM - Dino Melaye defeats Smart Adeyemi in Mopamuro

Mr Dino Melaye, a senatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has won the highest votes in Mopamuro Local Government Area, Kogi west senatorial zone.

Melaye is seeking reelection for the second term into the red chamber of the national assembly, with his toughest rival, Mr Smart Adeyemi of the APC.

Mr Ibrahim Ismaila, the INEC Collation Officer of Mopamuro LGA, announced the interim results at the collation centre in INEC LG office in Mopa at about 3: 20 a.m on Sunday.

According to Ismaila, the PDP senatorial candidate, Melaye won 5112 votes, while his closest rival Smart Adeyemi of APC got 3658 votes, ADC 784 and SDP 26 votes out of the 9717 valid votes cast. There were 336 rejected votes, making total votes cast to be 10055.
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6:27 AM - Fresh reports from Anambra South Senatorial District, Nnewi South Headquarters



The YPP candidate for Senate, Ifeanyi Uba, walked into the collation hall as the results were still being collated.

A parade of army and SSS personnel accompanied him and everybody was asked to leave the hall.

An observer was manhandled after being identified. They took his note, checked it, and asked him to leave the collation hall. Only the military personnel, the SSS, as well as the INEC official and Ifeanyi Uba were allowed inside

As at the time of this report, corps members, SPO and party agents were all outside.

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6:21 AM - Drama at INEC secretariat, Sokoto East

An electoral observer at Gwardabawa INEC secretariat, Sokoto East has been sent out by the security agents.

It was discovered that the observer was with some hidden equipments.

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6:12 AM - Results for Ward 11, Odose, Ekiti South Senatorial District, Ekiti State.

Presidential Results
Registered Voters:
Accredited Votes: 2247

APC - 1435
PCP 18
PDP 670

Total Valid Votes: 2156
Rejected Votes: 88
Total Votes Cast: 2244
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6:00 AM - Ward 13, Ado 'M' Farm Settlement, Ado Ekiti LGA., Ekiti Central Senatorial District, Ekiti State.

Registered Voters: 13718
Accredited Voters: 5079
Total Valid Votes: 4786
Rejected Votes: 185
Total Votes Cast: 4971

APC: 2690
PDP: 1890

By popular consent, it's agreed that the results for the two major political parties be announced, since the party agents for other political parties are not present.
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5:50 AM - Ward 02, Okeruku, Ekiti South Senatorial District, Ekiti State

PRESIDENTIAL RESULTS
Registered Voters: 6519
Accredited Votes: 2686

APC - 1115
DPP - 07
PCP - 16
PDP - 1411

Note: Some party’s results are omitted due to rowdiness of the electoral officials on ground.


SENATORIAL
Registered Voters: 6519
Accredited Voters: 2682

ADC - 32
APC - 1098
PDP - 1468

Total Valid Voters: 2606
Rejected Votes: 76
Total Votes Cast: 2682


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

ADC - 50
APC - 1163
PDP - 1403

Total Valid Votes: 2629
Rejected Votes: 53
Total Votes Cast: 2682
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5:40 AM - Orokere Ward 06 in Mopamuro, Kogi

Presidential election
PDP: 760 votes
APC: 447 votes
ADC: 53 votes

Senate election
PDP: 690 votes.
APC: 469 votes
ADC: 141 votes.

House of Representatives
APC: 465 votes.
PDP: 326 votes
ADC: 455 votes.
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5:35 AM - Umuawulu, Awka South LGA, Anambra Central SD, Presidential Ward Result

Registered Voters-5137
Accredited Voters -1553

APC-51
APGA-70
PCP-17
PDP-1348
SDP-3

Total Valid Votes 1501
Rejected Votes 38
Total Votes Cast 1539
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5:10 AM - AMAWBIA1, AWKA SOUTH, ANAMBRA CENTRAL SD. PRESIDENTIAL WARD RESULT

Presidential
Registered Voters 5732
Accredited Voters 1512

APC-34
APGA-165
PDP-1185

Total Valid Votes 1410
Rejected Votes 78
Total Votes Cast 1488
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5:00 AM - Digal Ward, Mubi North Local Government Area, Adamawa State

Presidential
APC 1606
GDPN 012
PDP 1081

Senatorial
SDP 343
ADC 48
PDP 1073
APC 1299

Reps
ADC 66
APC 1290
PDP 1069
SDP 326
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4:50 PM - EZINATO, AWKA SOUTH LGA, ANAMBRA SD PRESIDENTIAL WARD RESULT

Presidential
APC-42
APGA-27
PCP-16
PDP-1257

Total Valid Votes -1360
Rejected Votes-46
Total Votes Cast -1408
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4:42 PM - NIBO2, AWKA SOUTH LGA, ANAMBRA CENTRAL SD PRESIDENTIAL WARD RESULT

Presidential
APC-75
APGA-102
PDP-1487

Total Valid Votes 1712
Rejected Votes 11
Total Votes Cast-1723
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We deeply appreciate everyone who participated in information gathering and sent in reports, pictures and videos from various polling units nationwide.

We believe election results announced at polling units are authentic and documenting them could help put officials and politicians in check. So, let us all contribute to documenting proceedings at our polling units.
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  2. I went to vote at obio/akpo ward one polling unit 14 Rivers State. The INEC adhoc arrived late(9am) and the card readers malfunctioned which lead to delay in voting process. At about 3pm we were addressed by a police superintendent that we should go that the card readers have shot down completely leaving more than 100 person not voting.

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    Atiku is leading

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  5. I know it was going to be very difficult to replicate the election process conducted in 2015. I hope the people's choice would count and those who lost should accept the outcome of the result just like President Goodluck Jonathan did for peace to reign. The whole World is watching....

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  14. Nigeria wins as less and less thuggery is experienced in every next 4 year history of our general elections. I hope one day there shall be a totally bloodless election in my country. Kudos to all compatriots!

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  19. Enter your comment...I want to sincerely appreciate the efforts of the Inec officials for their enormous work in the process of collating the elections results,may God continue to strengthen you the more.Master Vic

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  20. What about kwara ballots,
    Kwara state result? Which party dey top

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  21. People of God are praying. Peace be to Nigeria our beloved country.

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  24. Nice Job kudos !!! Yet ti hear from Imo state and Rivers

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  25. So far so good APC on course for victory

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  29. Who is winning in Kano?

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  31. God save this country from corruption

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  32. nothing will stop buhari to emerge as the president

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  33. buhari will certainly win the election judging from the result announced so far

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