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Nigeria 2015 Governorship Election Result - INEC Confirmed

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    Default Nigeria 2015 Governorship Election Result - INEC Confirmed



    This is the confirmed result of Nigeria 2015 Governorship Elections as declared by the Nigeria independent national electoral commission ( INEC ) Resident electoral commission and Collation officers in each state.

    The preliminary and field results can be found here - Nigeria 2015 Governorship Elections - LIVE UPDATES.

    Please be patient as we post to ensure authenticity.

    States


    Abia State

    Following the Rerun of 25th April 2015.

    The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Okezie Ikpeazu, has been declared winner of the governorship election in Abia.

    The INEC returning officer in the state, Prof. Ozumba, while announcing the result at about 4:54am Sunday, in Umuahia, said Mr. Ikpeazu polled a total of 264,713 votes to beat his closest challenger Alex Otti of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, who garnered 180, 882 votes.
    Mr. Otti is a former Managing Director of Diamond Bank.


    The Returning Officer for Abia State, Prof Benjamin Ozumba, has declared the state governorship election inconclusive.

    Ozumba, who spoke in Umuahia, the state capital on Monday, said this was because the total number of registered voters in areas, where elections did not hold or where elections were cancelled, was higher than the margin of difference between the two leading candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressive GrandAlliance.

    #UPDATE Elections have been canceled in specific wards in 3 LGAs affected by problems in Abia and not in all 3 LGAs
    — INEC Nigeria (@inecnigeria)April 12, 2015

    The results of Saturday’s governorship election in Abia stalemated midway following the reversal of the cancellation of three local governments results by the Returning Officer, Prof. Benjamin Ozumba.
    Ozumba had announced the cancellation of results from Osisioma, Obingwa and Isialangwa North Local Government Areas on the grounds of “incontrovertible evidence of violence’’ and reports from international observers.


    Proceedings was disrupted after an international observer, Ms Shirle Wilson, from Noble Leadership Initiative, United Kingdom, testified at the centre that “election did not take place in Osisioma.”

    Wison said election in the area was marred by violence and snatching of ballot boxes and other electoral materials by hoodlums.
    The pronouncement heightened tension at the centre, leading to the adjournment of further announcement of results.
    The controversial result from Osisioma, which had earlier been announced, showed that PDP scored 42,442, while APGA polled 1,017.



    Abia Govenorship results
    Isiala-Ngwa South Local Government APC 219, APGA 5686, PDP 7133
    Umunneochi Local Government APC 298, APGA 7349, PDP 4324
    Ukwa East Local Government APC 438, APGA 3851, PDP 4261
    Ugwunaabo Local Government APC 383, APGA 1022, PDP 17788
    Arochukwu Local Government APC 284, APGA 11383, PDP 3032
    Ukwa West Local Government APC 653, APGA 4890, PDP 9154
    Bende Local Government APC 713, APGA 14263, PDP 5168
    Isuikwuato Local Government APC 467, APGA 8275, PDP 5913
    Aba North Local Government APC 818, APGA 24567, PDP 6463
    Umuahia South Local Government APC 336, APGA 7738, PDP 3783

    Collation of results had started in Abia but had to be suspended due to disagreement between the parties


    Adamawa State


    Ribadu concedes defeat in Adamawa, congratulates APC candidate.


    Akwa Ibom State


    PDP’s Udom Emmanuel wins Akwa Ibom governorship poll with 996,071 votes, ahead of APC’s Umana Okon Umana who got 89,865.
    APC calls for poll cancellation


    Anambra State

    INEC has declared APGA as winner of 26 seats out of 30 state constituencies in Anambra State in the State Assembly election held on Saturday. INEC, therefore, rescheduled the remaining four LGAs in the state for April 18, 2015. Addressing newsmen in Awka on Sunday, the Resident Electoral Commissioner of INEC in the state, Mr. Edwin Nwatarali, listed the affected areas, where the election have been rescheduled as Aniocha Constituencies 1 and 2, Aguata 1, Constituency 1 and Ekwusigo Constituency.


    Bauchi State

    APC candidate Barr.Mohammed Abubakar wins governorship election

    The All Progressive Congress (APC) gubernatorial candidate in Bauchi State, Barr.Mohammed Abubakar, had been declared winner of Saturday’s governorship election in the state. Announcing the result of the election on Sunday in Bauchi, the Reurning Officer, Prof. Mohammed Faruk, said Abubakar polled 654,934 votes, to defeat nine other contestants.
    His closest opponent, Mr Mohammed Jatau of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), secured 282,650 votes.
    APC has won in 28 out 31 seats of the state House Assembly in Bauchi State
    The State House of Assembly election in Bauchi state out of 31 seats APC won 28, PDP won 2 while PDM got 1 seat.


    Bayelsa State

    INEC Office under seige in Bayelsa. The gates of the state office of INEC was hurriedly shut following the visit of the Speaker, Konbowei
    Benson and the State Chairman of the APC to the office.


    Benue State

    Dr Samuel Ortom of the All Progressive Congress (APC), has won the Benue governorship election held on Saturday.

    Benue Gov poll:
    APC, 387,753
    PDP, 296,189.
    one more LG to go.



    Borno State

    Collated result of 26 of the 27 Local Government Areas of Borno State show that the All Progressives Congress governorship candidate and incumbent governor, Kashim Shettima of the APC has a very comfortable lead over his opponents.

    Shettima has scored 610,352 against his Peoples Democratic Party’s opponent, Gambo Lawan, who has scored 34,005.
    The governor is expected to be declared the winner by 10am on Monday when the collation rounds off with the announcement of the result from Bama LGA.



    Cross River State

    Senator Ayade PDP 342,016 ,
    APC With 53,983,
    LP 36,918.

    PDP clears all 18 LGAs of Cross River State in govovernorship election.


    Delta State

    Senator Okowa Of PDP Declared Winner Of Governorship Election In Delta State.

    The results released so far shows that PDP has won in 10 LGAs while LP has won in One.
    Delta Collation Centre adjourns governorship election result announcement to 6pm.


    Warri South West: PDP 73,328; APC 2,188; LP 470
    Ndokwa East: PDP 15,091; APC 1,542; LP 625
    One local government area, Aniocha North, remaining. The collation centre adjourns till 7am on Monday.

    Delta update Warri South:
    PDP 22,799;
    APC 2,821;
    LP 9,953

    Delta governorship election update
    Ukwani:
    PDP 13,965; APC 1,777;
    LP 2612.
    21 local government areas done, four more to go.
    PDP 17, LP 4

    Ika South: PDP 23,622; APC 893; LP 473
    Ughelli North: PDP 8,985; APC 5,939; LP 16, 379

    Oshimili South: PDP 22,674; APC 1,268; LP 439

    Uvwie: PDP 1,6162; APC 2,028; LP 18,164
    Ndokwa West: PDP 31,450; APC 2,584; LP 1,094
    Burutu: PDP 67,619; APC 1,061; LP 1,135
    Warri North: PDP 40,154; APC 2,723; LP 514
    Ethiope East: PDP 8,776; APC 1,779; LP 23,747
    Ughelli South: PDP 24,486; APC 8,288; LP 10,108




    Ebonyi State


    Mr. Dave Umahi of the Peoples Democratic Party has been declared winner of the governorship election in Ebonyi State. He polled 289, 867 votes, from 466, 312 total valid votes, to emerge winner of the election. He won in all the 13 local government areas of the state, as announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission.Total registered voters in the 13 LGAs were 1,054,370;
    Ttotal number of accredited voters was 500, 938;
    Total rejected votes was 17, 325; while total votes cast stood at 483, 637.

    The Labour Party candidate, Mr. Edward Nkwegu, got 124, 817 votes from the total valid votes.

    The candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Senator Julius Ucha, got 27, 583 votes,
    All Progressives Grand Alliance candidate, Senator Anthony Agbo, got 17, 971 votes.


    Confirmed results: PDP in early lead in Ebonyi

    Results was declared by collation INEC officers at Abakaliki, the Ebonyi state capital.

    1. OHOAZARA LGA

    APC. – 364
    APGA. – 92
    LP. – 2307
    PDP. – 32,402

    2. EZZA SOUTH

    APC. – 2135
    APGA. – 186
    LP. – 8,457
    PDP. – 18,095

    3. IVO LGA

    APC. – 346
    APGA – 229
    LP. – 6497
    PDP. – 11,729

    5. EBONYI LGA

    APC. – 1249
    APGA – 621
    LP. – 12431
    PDP. – 14,229

    6. AFIKPO NORTH

    APC. – 446
    APGA – 289
    LP. – 9406
    PDP. – 15,519

    7. AFiKPO SOUTH

    APC. – 307
    APGA – 267
    LP. – 3456
    PDP. – 28,380

    8. ABAKALIKI

    APC. – 1255
    APGA – 804
    LP. – 16,670
    PDP. – 18,779


    Edo State
    Edo State 2016 Governorship Election Result

    Governorship election did not hold in the state.
    The PDP has emerged winner again in the rescheduled Edo South senatorial election held on Saturday alongside the state’s House of Assembly polls.

    PDP won with 139,784 votes while the APC followed with 117,759 votes and the AD came a distant third with 582 votes.

    APC wins 14 slots in Edo Assembly poll.

    The Independent National Electoral Commission has declared the Edo State House of Assembly elections for Orhionmwon Constituency II inconclusive on account of alleged violence during the polls.

    The Resident Electoral Commissioner of INEC in the State, Mike Igini who announced this on Monday said elections in 12 polling units were cancelled.

    These units accounted for over 4,000 votes, a number in excess of the margin by which one of the candidates was leading in the polls.

    Mr Igini also said the Commission will conduct elections there on or before Saturday, the 18th of April, 2015.

    Of the 24 constituencies in the state, APC candidates have been declared winners in 20, while PDP led in three.


    Ekiti State

    Governorship election did not hold in the state
    Ekiti State INEC has declared the Assembly election in Ilejemeje council area of the state as inconclusive.
    It said supplementary election will hold on April 18, 2015 in 22 polling units affected by crisis during the election.


    Enugu State

    The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, a member of the House of Representatives, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, has won the governorship election in Enugu State. APC has asked INEC to cancel the results.

    Confirmed results: Ugwuanyi leads in Enugu


    The collated results as declared by INEC for the Enugu State governorship election: Note results of two LGAs are still being collated.
    ENUGU-ANINRI PDP 39216,APC 886 ,
    ENUGU NORTH PDP 17829 APC 2050,
    ENUGU SOUTH PDP 15889 APC 16333,
    EZEAGU PDP 32995 APC 1307,
    IGBOETITI 211524 APC 2256,
    IGBOEZE NORTH PDP51948, APC 2482,
    IGBOEZE SOUTH PDP 18120 APC 6231,
    ISIUZO PDP21651, APC 1813,
    NKANUEAST PDP 12571 APC 975,
    NKANUWEST PDP 16683 APC 1148,
    NSUKKA PDP 41625 APC9416,
    OJIRIVER PDP 13484 APC 2394,
    UDENU PDP 40120 APC 1463,
    UDI PDP 26892 APC3934,
    UZO UWANI PDP 17947 APC 1915






    Federal Capital Territory



    Gombe State

    Final result from
    Gombe
    State.PDP 288,871. APC 198530


    Governor Ibrahim Dankwambo retains his Gombe State position after polling 285,369 votes to beat APC’s Inuwa Yahaya who polled 205,132 votes, INEC announces.


    Imo State


    Following the rerun of Saturday, 25th April 2015.

    Incumbent governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha, has emerged winner of Saturday’s supplementary governorship election in the state.


    APC = 416,996
    PDP = 320,705
    APGA = 28,434

    Total votes cast = 806,764

    The Independent National Electoral Commission has declared the governorship election in Imo state inconclusive.
    Due to the number of cancelled votes (144,715) in relation to the margin of win (79,529) by the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Rochas Okorocha, the Returning Officer, Professor Ibidapo Obe, declared the election inconclusive.
    He said a new date would be announced for a supplementary election in the cancelled wards spread across several local government areas.
    Mr. Okorocha was initially thought to have won the election after he garnered 385,671 votes compared to the 306,142 votes scored by the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Emeka Ihedioha.
    The APC candidate is ahead of Mr. Ihedioha by 79,529 votes, which is by far lower than the 144,715 votes cancelled by INEC as a result of irregularities in some wards.
    INEC’s verdict on the Imo election is a repeat of what happened in the April 26, 2011 governorship election in the state.
    The commission had at the time declared the poll inconclusive because election did not hold in Ohaji/Egbema, Mbatioli, Ngor-Okpala and Oguta Local Government Areas as well as in Orji Ward in Owerri North Local Government Area.
    Before that election was declared inconclusive, results for 24 of the state’s 27 local government areas had been announced, with Mr. Okorocha leading in 12 local government areas with a slim total margin while the then governor, Ikedi Ohakim, also led in 12 local government areas but trailed Mr. Okorocha in the total votes garnered.

    22:27 LGAs
    APC: 330,549
    PDP: 246,290
    APGA: 22,432

    Ahiazu Mbaise

    APC -10,080

    APGA -655

    PDP -25,063

    Ideato North:

    APC- 21997

    PDP-4961

    APGA-785

    Ideato South:

    APC-32708

    APGA -338

    PDP-2317

    Aboh Mbaise

    APC-4883

    APGA-506

    PDP-55516
    Nkwerre

    APC- 11597

    APGA-243

    PDP-3737

    Ohaji-Egbema

    APC-13357

    APGA -733

    PDP-19871
    Isu

    APC-13374

    PDP-4292

    APGA-258

    Nwangele

    APC-11723

    APGA4-79

    PDP-5780

    Onuimo

    APC-7306

    PDP-3347

    APGA-330

    NJaba

    APC -15630

    APGA-490

    PDP-5332
    Orsu

    APC-15716

    PDP-4151
    Owerri Municipal:

    APC -10138

    APGA-2085

    PDP-6700
    Owerri North:

    APC -13493

    PDP-7600

    APGA-393

    Ihitte Uboma:

    APC-11152

    PDP-7600

    APGA-393

    Orlu

    APC -27244

    APGA-676

    PDP-4936

    Isiala-Mbano

    APC-13071

    PDP-13925

    APGA-626

    Ehime-Mbano

    APC-15594

    PDP-12931

    APGA-800

    Okigwe:

    APC-12920

    PDP-4951

    APGA-770
    Oru West

    APC-15212

    APGA-1057

    PDP-12931
    Mbaitoli

    APC- 21504

    PDP-10154

    APGA-1317
    Oguta:

    APC-1709

    PDP-22410

    Owerri West:

    APC -11828

    PDP-7980

    APGA-1935
    Obowo:

    APC-13321

    PDP-7587

    APGA-1935

    Ikeduru:

    APC-17451

    PDP-13785

    Ngor-Okpala:

    APC-14756

    PDP- 1506

    APGA-1401


    Jigawa State


    The Governorship candidate of the APC in Jigawa State, Alhaji Badaru Abubakar, has been declared the winner of Saturday’s governorship election in the state.
    Returning Officer, Prof. James Ayatse, said the APC candidate polled 648,045, to defeat his closest opponent, Malam Aminu Ringim of PDP who had 479,447 votes.

    The All Progressive Congress (APC) Total 647, 351 votes,
    People's Democratic Party ( PDP) led by Sule Lamido scored 479, 843.
    Hadejia APC- 28,143. PDP-5,798

    Roni APC- 15,273. PDP-9,882

    Gagarawa APC-12,382. PDP-11,696

    Kiyawa APC-22,628. PDP-22,818

    Gwaram APC- 38,655. PDP-29,378

    Auyo APC. 19, 254. PDP 18,081

    Babura APC 36,911. PDP 18,542

    Buji APC 13,570. PDP 17,220

    Gumel APC 19,921. PDP 6,197

    Miga APC 10,993 PDP 13,531

    Birnin-Kudu. APC. 45,258. PDP. 31, 166

    Jahun. APC. 29,785. PDP. 26,563

    Gwiwa. APC. 13,547. PDP. 15,842

    Taura. APC. 24,448. PDP. 18,912

    Kafin Hausa. APC. 33,045. PDP. 25,983

    Ringim. APC. 30,984. PDP. 32,861

    Dutse. APC. 38,437. PDP. 24,462

    Malam Madori. APC. 25,458. PDP. 14,485

    Kirikasamma APC. 19,659. PDP. 16,931

    Yankwashi. APC. 12,089. PDP. 6,393

    Kaugama. APC. 23,737. PDP. 14, 403

    Kazaure. APC. 24,828. PDP. 7,004

    Guri. APC. 15,343. PDP. 13,898

    Maigatari. APC. 20,649. PDP. 20,230

    Suletankarkar APC. 23,964. PDP. 19, 886

    Birniwa. APC. 22, 423. PDP. 16,833

    Garki. APC. 27,167. PDP. 22,485


    Kaduna State

    Mallam Nasir El Rufai of APC has been declared winner.

    Final results of #Kaduna State Governorship election as announced by INEC:

    APC-1,117,635
    PDP-485,833
    APGA-20,140

    4:00pm - Yero Concedes Defeat, congratulates El-Rufai

    Confirmed results: El Rufai in comfortable lead in Kaduna



    Kaduna State gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressive Change, APC, Mallam Nasir El Rufai, is maintaining a very comfortable lead over his main rival – incubent Governor Mukhtar Ramalan Yero of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

    Election results from 15 of the 23 Local Government Areas, LGAs, of Kaduna States are:

    Giwa
    APC: 48,248
    PDP: 14197

    Igabi
    APC: 88,361
    PDP: 20,180

    Ikara
    APC: 37,521
    PDP: 16,836

    Kaduna South
    APC: 120,535
    PDP 15,665

    Chikun
    APC: 36,920
    PDP: 27,248

    Jema’ah
    APC: 39,760
    PDP: 45,272

    Kaduna North
    APC: 106,915
    PDP: 12,465

    Kagarko
    APC: 24,846
    PDP: 15,413

    Kajuru
    APC: 18,522
    PDP: 21,296

    Kaura
    APC: 37,521
    PDP: 16,836

    Kubau
    APC: 53,934
    PDP: 14,034

    Makarfi
    APC: 37,759,
    PDP: 11,084

    Sabon Gari
    APC: 61,107
    PDP: 12,504
    Soba
    APC: 55,836
    PDP: 12,743

    Chikun
    APC: 36,920
    PDP: 27,248

    Total
    APC : 864, 693 votes
    PDP 293,201 votes

    Mallam El Rufai of the APC scored 864,693 votes over Alh. Mukhtar Ramalan Yero of the PDP, who scored 293,201 votes.

    Meanwhile, Chief Returning Officer for Kaduna State gubernatorial election, Professor Jafar Kaura has announced a short break around 12 noon, as the results from the remaining 8 LGAs are being awaited.





    Kano State

    KANO Final Result : APC 1,040,612
    PDP 317,383


    Katsina State

    Katsina final result: APC 907,056
    PDP557,826
    APGA 100,040
    PDM 25,842


    Kebbi State

    Senator Atiku Bagudu (APC) emerges winner of the governorship election.


    Kogi State

    The APC on Sunday alleged that the delay in the results was a ploy by the ruling PDP to commit some electoral fraud.

    Governorship election did not hold in the state but the elections into the House of Assembly held, but witnessed pockets of violence in Dekina Local Government, which the INEC said affected the results from the two State Constituencies in the council area.

    The Independent National Electoral Commission, on Monday released the official results for the Kogi State House of Assembly election held on April 11.
    In the election, which was marred by poor voter turnout and violence in some parts of the state, the Peoples Democratic Party won 12 of the 25 seats in the Assembly while the All Progressives Congress picked seven seats.
    Five State Constituencies were said to be inconclusive while elections did not hold in one state constituency.
    The results obtained by our correspondent show the PDP won in Adavi, Bassa, Ibaji, Idah, Ijumu, Kabba/Bunu, Ogori Magongo, Okene 2, Omala, Yagba East and Yagba West State Constituencies.
    The Ankpa 1 and 2, Kogi/KotonKarfe, Lokoja 1, Mopa Muro, Okene 1, and Olamaboro State Constituencies.
    Ajaokuta, Dekina 1, Igalamela-Odolu, Lokoja 2, and Ofu State Constituencies were said to be inconclusive while elections were said not to have held in Dekina 2, where the State Governor, Capt. Idris Wada, voted on Saturday.
    The reasons and date for the run-off elections were yet to be given


    Kwara State

    The Returning Officer for the governorship election in Kwara State, Prof. Musbau Akanji, has declared the APC Governorship Candidate,
    Abdulfatah Ahmed, as the winner of the election.

    APC polled 295,832 votes, PDP scored 115,220 while LP garnered 2,973 votes. In the House of Assembly election, APC swept all the 24 constituencies.



    In the 14 local government results announced so far by The state Resident Electoral Commissioner, Dr. Emmanuel Onucheyo,
    APC wins, results from the remaining two LGs are being awaited.

    APC polled 262,218
    PDP 102,911 votes
    LP 2,840 votes
    The state Resident Electoral Commissioner, announced the break of the session pending the arrival of the collation officers from Kaima and Baruten LGAs. He added that the exercise would resumed by 6pm.


    Lagos State

    INEC declares AkinwunmiAmbode winner of Lagos Governorship election. He is returned elected

    PDP gov candidate, Jimi Agbaje, has congratulated his APC counterpart, Akinwunmi Ambode.
    Ambode - 811,994
    Agbaje - 659,788



    Cummulative result after 14 LGs... APC - 484,865 PDP - 418,801.
    Remaining 6 local government"

    APC wins House of Assembly seats in Ikorodu, Somolu

    Governorship result as read out by official of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC,
    at Tinubu’s Polling Unit 047, Sunday Adigun Street, Alausa, Ikeja, shows; APC poll 230 while PDP poll 62.
    Results for the House of Assembly shows; APC poll 233, PDP 60
    The total number of registered voters is 1,388, the total number of accredited voters is 295 while the total number of vote cast is 293.
    At Fashola’s ward G3, Unit 002, State Senior Grammer Schoool, Itolo, Surulere, the result shows, APC governorship, 270, while PDP 132, and void vote is 11.
    APC governorship candidate, Akinwunmi Ambode in his ward 3 Epe, poll 133, PDP 57.
    Other governorship results
    Ashogbon polling Unit 049 in Surulere, governorship, APC 55, PDP 38,
    Amuwo –Odofin, Unit 009, governorship, APC 49, PDP 51.
    Lekki polling unit 24, APC 190, PDP, 112.
    Oworoshonki Unit 023, APC 121, PDP,106.
    Agege Unit 071, APC, 136, PDP,48. Mushin Unit 035, APC 102, PDP, 40. Alimosho
    Unit 053, APC 244, PDP 176,
    Unit 50,APC 180, PDP, 131.
    Unit 51, APC 183, PDP, 131,
    Unit 041, ward D, APC 243, PDP, 105.
    Agbado Oke-Odo Unit 075, APC 137, PDP, 48.
    Ojota, Unity Close, Unit 067, APC, 130, PDP,105.

    Epe Local Government WardA4 Gov Results just
    collated.
    012 APC 109 PDP 51
    003 APC 149 PDP 73
    013 APC 76 PDP 46
    015 APC 42 PDP 26
    004 APC 107 PDP 78
    001 APC 117 PDP 51
    002 APC 143 PDP 79
    005 APC 149 PDP 36
    008 APC 154 PDP 49
    007 APC 116 PDP 41
    010 APC 134 PDP 46
    011 APC 187 PDP 61




    Nasarawa State



    Governor Tanko Al-makura of the All Progressives Congress, has been declared winner of the April 11 governorship election in Nasarawa State with 309,746 votes.

    Mr Al-makura emerged victorious, winning in 12 out of the 13 Local Government Areas, leaving Mr Labaran Maku of APGA in second place with 178,983 votes.

    The APC has also won 19 out of the 24 seats at the State House of Assembly while the PDP won Five seats, relinquishing the majority it has enjoyed since 2011.


    Niger State


    All Progressives Congress governorship candidate in Niger state, Alh Abubakar Bello, has been declared winner of the governorship election in the state by the Returning Officer, Prof. Abdulganiu Ambali.
    Bello polled 593,702 votes to defeat Alh. Umar Nasko of the Peoples Democratic Party, who got 239,772 votes.
    The APC governorship candidate won 23 of the 25 local government areas announced.
    Bello had taking a commanding lead earlier on Sunday, winning all 16 local government areas before a break was announced in collation around 5pm.
    It wasn’t until midnight that collation resumed with the APC sustaining its momentum.
    Details of the results from the local government for the two parties are as follows:

    Munya LG:
    APC, 12,636
    PDP, 7,542

    Tafa LG:
    APC, 11,555
    PDP, 7,267

    Bosso LG:
    APC, 29,777
    PDP, 7,187

    Paikoro LG:
    APC, 25,959
    PDP, 10,023

    Rafi LG:
    APC, 31,307
    PDP, 8,937

    Chanchaga LG:
    APC, 44,050
    PDP, 14,863

    Katcha LG:
    APC, 20,175
    PDP, 7,488

    Shiroro LG:
    APC, 26,478
    PDP, 8,862

    Bida LG:
    APC, 38,055
    PDP, 7,345

    Lavun LG:
    APC, 25,497
    PDP, 10,713

    Rijau LG:
    APC, 21,093
    PDP, 11,880

    Gbako LG:
    APC, 22,629
    PDP, 8,902

    Borgu LG:
    APC, 25,006
    PDP, 7,798

    Lapai LG:
    APC, 27,114
    PDP, 6,790

    Agai LG:
    APC, 20,101
    PDP, 9,189

    Suleja LG:
    APC, 27,886
    PDP, 9,292

    Magama LG:
    APC, 18,864
    PDP, 20,036

    Gurara LG:
    APC, 15,211
    PDP, 7,921

    Edati LG:
    APC, 12,326
    PDP, 11,184

    Agwara LG:
    APC, 7,472
    PDP, 8,751

    Wushishi LG:
    APC, 16,049
    PDP, 8,387

    Mokwa LG:
    APC, 27,880
    PDP, 8,097

    Kontagora LG:
    APC, 39,295
    PDP, 11,196

    Mashegu LG:
    APC, 22,634
    PDP, 8,734

    Mariga LG:
    APC, 24,653
    PDP, 10,437


    Ogun State



    Amosun declared winner, won 11 out of 20 LGs

    Final result :
    APC: 306,988 PDP: 201440



    Incumbent‎ governor of Ogun State , Senator Ibikunle Amosun has just been declared winner of the governorship election in the state.
    He captured 11 of the 20 local government areas in the state while his closest rival, Gboyega Isiaka won in nine local government areas.

    The breakdown of votes polled is as follows:
    Ewekoro Local Government
    APC 10,735,
    PDP 3,275
    SDP 400
    Remo North Local Government
    APC 7,365
    PDP 6,567
    SDP 923
    Ijebu Ode Local Government
    PDP 11,381
    APC 10,570
    SDP 571
    Odeda Local Government
    APC 10,637
    PDP 3,633
    SDP 1,367
    Abeokuta North Local Government
    APC 22,740
    PDP 6,371
    SDP 1,439.
    Ijebu North East Local Government
    PDP 6,780
    APC 5,992
    UPN 894
    SDP 587
    Abeokuta South Local Government APC 35,511
    PDP 10,288
    SDP 1,792 votes.
    Obafemi-Owode Local Government
    APC 16,333
    PDP 6,637
    SDP 1,237.
    Ikenne Local Government
    APC 11,085
    PDP 8,686
    SDP 486
    Imeko Afon Local Government
    PDP 12,412
    APC 8,253
    SDP 938
    Ifo Local Government
    APC 28,596
    PDP 5,818
    SDP 1,464
    Odogbolu Local Government
    PDP 10,430
    APC 10,129
    UPN 1,712
    SDP 1,286
    Ado Odo-Ota Local Government
    APC 36,180
    PDP 13,763
    SDP 3,083
    Egbado South Local Government
    PDP 12,915
    APC 10,844
    SDP 2,650
    Ipokia Local Government
    PDP 16,877
    APC 16,240
    SDP 1,453
    Ijebu North Local Government
    PDP 18,787
    APC. 14,317
    SDP 2,084
    Sagamu Local Government
    APC 18,491
    PDP 14,011
    SDP 978
    Ogun Waterside Local Government
    APC 8,468
    PDP 7,400
    APC 15,594
    SDP. 877
    Ijebu East Local Government
    PDP 9,408
    APC 8,980
    SDP 730
    Egbado North Local Government
    PDP 16,001
    APC 15,594
    SDP 1,511
    Amosun got a total of 306, 988 votes while Isiaka of the PDP got 201, 440 votes. The SDP candidate, Senator Kamarudeen Odunsi, got 25, 826 votes




    Ondo State

    Governorship election did not hold in the state.
    PDP wins 19 seats in Ondo Assembly, APC clinches 5


    Osun State

    Governorship election did not hold in the state.

    APC wins 24 Assembly seats, PDP wins 2.

    According to INEC, APC won in Boripe/Boluwaduro, Ifelodun, Ila, Ifedayo, Irepodun/Orolu , Odo-Otin, Olorunda, Osogbo, Atakunmosa-West and East, Ife-North, Ife-South and Ilesa-East.
    The APC also secured victory in Ilesa-West, Obokun, Oriade, Ayedaade , Ayedire, Ede-North, Ede-South, Egbedore, Irewole/Isokan, Iwo, Olaoluwa and Ejigbo.
    INEC said that the PDP won in Ife Central and Ife East.


    Oyo State
    Sen Ajimobi has been officially declared as d winner of the Oyo state governorship election.

    Ibadan: Alao-Akala congratulates Ajimobi.

    Oyo State House of Assembly Election results as released by INEC

    APC -18 seats
    Accord - 8 seats
    LP - 6 seats




    Plateau State

    Simon Lalong, Governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in Plateau State, has emerged winner of the governorship election in the state.


    Lalong scored 537,050 to beat the Peoples Democratic Party’s candidate in the election, Senator Gyang Pwajok, who polled 501,938.


    Rivers State


    Nyesom Wike Wins Rivers State Governorship Election .

    Rivers final result: Dakuku Peterside, APC 124,896, Nyesom Wike, PDP 1, 029,102

    After 16 local governments, Wike takes significant lead over Peterside, commanding 737,158 votes to Peterside’s 78,884.




    Sokoto State


    Speaker Aminu Waziri Tambuwal (APC) has been officially declared the winner in Sokoto state:
    APC – 647,609
    PDP – 269,074.

    Confirmed results: Tambuwal leads in Sokoto
    Sokoto: After 17 LGAs announced so far,APC 440,407, PDP 198,873. SIX LGAs left.
    With fourteen local government areas announced, the Candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, Alhaji Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has taken an early lead as he has won in all local government so far.
    Prof. Abdul Bagudu, the state returning officer just called for a break as they expect results from the remaining nine local government areas.


    The announcement which commenced this morning at about 7.07am will continue any moment from now.
    Results announced so far are:
    Wurno APC 32073 PDP 6876
    Dange / Shunni APC 28006 PDP 12,244
    Silame : APC 20,335 PDP 7800
    Gwadabawa : APC 33227.PDP 11,788.
    Kware : APC 23,137 PDP 10,041
    Goronyo: APC 29,095 PDP 12760
    Rabah : APC 19,481 PDP 8846
    Shagari : APC 26,197 PDP 10,126
    Binji : APC 17,153 PDP 5975
    Tureta : APC 14,851 PDP 9235
    Bodinga : APC 24513 PDP 12179
    Sokoto south : APC 42,994 PDP 19,421
    Isa : APC 19,626 PDP 15,695
    Sokoto north : APC 42,977 PDP 17,202.


    Taraba State

    INEC declares PDP’s Ishaku winner

    Ishaku won 10 local government areas with accumulated votes of 369,318 at the end of the supplementary election on Saturday. Aisha Jummai Alhassan of the All Progressives Congress (APC) got 275,984 votes.
    Ishaku won with a difference of 93,334 votes.

    Candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) came a distant third with 29,985 votes.


    The Taraba state returning officer for governorship election Prof. Muhamdu Kyari has declare the governorship election in Taraba as inconclusive.
    The returning officer made the declaration in Jalingo Taraba state capital after collating the result from sixteen out of the seventeen local government areas in Taraba state.
    He said the reason for the declaration was because the number of canceled votes was above the gap between APC who came second in the election to PDP who came first.
    Taraba State Final Result: PDP : 310, 805APC : 261, 326

    PDP takes early lead in Taraba

    The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has takes early lead in the governorship election results so far released in some local government areas in Taraba state as declared by the INEC officials.

    Zing local government area, APC 5,224 PDP 28,005.
    Lau local government area, APC 13,094 PDP 20,595.
    Ardo Kola local government area, APC 13,042 PDP 14,041
    Jalingo local government area, APC 37,914 PDP 19,047


    Yobe State

    Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Wins Yobe Governorship Election, Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of the APC emerged winner with a total of 334, 847 votes to defeat Mr Adamu Maina Waziri of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who scored a total of 179, 700 votes.

    Governor Gaidam, who is the incumbent, won the election in 16 of the 17 local councils in the state while Adamu Maina Waziri won in one.


    Zamfara State


    Abdulaziz Yari Of APC Re-elected As Governor Of Zamfara State





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    I Thank God for His intervention in the Election, All the elected Citizens of Nigeria must know that our eyes are seeing them



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