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Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Buhari claims victory after INEC announces results for all states


Muhammad Buhari 

At long last,the race of the Nigeria president seat as come to an end. It has been a very dramatic election with lots of things to talk about.

 The seat had 73 registered participant, but it was easy to know that the winner will emerge from the two top political parties in the country which is the All Progressives Congress and People's democratic Party.
 
Atiku Abubakar 
The incumbent president Muhammadu Buhari who is running under the platform of the All Progressives Congress has polled the highest vote with total of 15,191,847 to defeat his closest rival Atiku Abubakar who his running under the platform of the People's Democratic Party polling 11,262,978 votes .

Below are the results for each state polled by both parties
                   APC--                 |               --PDP
Abia =       85,058--                     --219,698
Adamawa=    378,078--             --410,266
Akwa ibom=  175,429--             --395,832
Anambra=      033,298--             --524,738
Bauchi=          798,428--              --209,313
Bayelsa=         118,821--             --197,933
Benue=           347,668--              --356,817
Borno=           836,496--               --71,788
Cross river=  117,302--               --295,737
Delta=          221,292--                 --594,068
Ebonyi=        90,726--                   --258,573
Edo=            267,842--                   --275,691
Ekiti=           219,231--                   --154,032
Enugu=          54,423--                   --355,553
Fct=              152,224--                   --259,997
Gombe=       402,961--                   --138,484
Imo=             140,463--                   --334,923
Jigawa=        794,738--                   --289,895
Kaduna=      993,445--                   --649,612
Kano=        1,464,768--                  --391,593
Katsina=    1,232,133--                 --308,056
Kebbi=         581,552--                  --154,282
Kogi=            285,894--                  --218,207
Kwara=        308,984--                  --138,184
Lagos=          580,825--                  --448,015
Nassarawa=289,903--                   --283,847
Niger=          612,371--                    --218,052
Ogun=          281,762--                    --194,655
Ondo=          241,769--                    --275,901
Osun=          347,634--                    --337,377
Oyo=            365,229--                    --366,690
Plateau=      468,555--                    --548,665
Rivers=        150,710--                     --473,971
Sokoto=       490,333--                     --361,604
Taraba=       324,906--                     --374,743
Yobe=           497,914--                     --50,763
Zamfara=    438,682--                     --125,423

Total=      15,191,847--                   --11,262,978


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