Month: March 2015

APC condemns election violence in Gombe, Rivers

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assdThe All Progressives Congress (APC) has strongly condemned the violence perpetrated against its members in Gombe and Rivers State during Saturday’s elections, saying violence has no place in any democracy.

In a statement issued in Lagos on Saturday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party in particular condemned the collusion between INEC and the PDP, aided by the security in Rivers, saying what transpired in the state is nothing but a travesty of elections.

”INEC practically handed over the elections to the PDP in Rivers, depriving APC strongholds of men and material. In Okrika, materials arrived and were taken to the home of the State Secretary for PDP Ibibia Walter, while all units in Ahoada East and Omuma LGAs do not have result sheets. To worsen matters, PDP thugs unleashed mayhem on APC voters, killing one member in Tai Local Government and harassing a serving Commissioner.

”Simply put, there was an orchestrated, massive disenfranchisement in APC strongholds,” it said.

APC also condemned the killing of eight of the party’s members, one of them a serving member of the House of Assembly, in Gombe State on Saturday, saying it was aimed at intimidating its members and preventing them from coming out to vote.

The party also said there is a plan to rob former Governor Danjuma Gombe of victory in his senatorial district, as the military commander and the police commissioner in the state are trying to orchestrate a crisis so they can arrest the former Governor and putting him away.

It therefore called for an end to the violence, harassment and intimidation of its members in the state.

Alhaji Lai Mohammed
National Publicity Secretary
All Progressives Congress (APC)

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​TEXT OF A PRESS CONFERENCE BY THE DIRECTOR OF MEDIA AND PUBLICITY, PDP PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN ORGANISATION, CHIEF FEMI FANI-KAYODE

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We are deeply concerned by the level of disinformation and falsehood that is being peddled around by the friends of the opposition in the media and particularly their paid agents and associates on the social media about the results of Saturdays elections. Since yesterday afternoon they have been releasing fake results and they have been attempting to mislead the Nigerian people and our friends in the international community.  The public have been inundated with lie after lie about the APC’s so-called victories in virtually every single polling booth, ward, local government area and state in the country. This is not only nonsensical but it is also far-fetched, absurd and childish.

Two opposition media houses and their associates in the social media went as far as to shamelessly claim that President Goodluck Jonathan lost in my polling unit and in my ward in Ile-Ife, when in actual fact the President not only won in my polling booth and ward but he also won in virtually every other ward in the four local government areas of Ile Ife in Osun state where I come from.

The dirty lies that these two media houses have told is just one example of the gross and irresponsible mendacities and falsehood that the agents and associates of the APC habitually enjoy peddling. As we have always said, they are a party of liars that are led and inspired by a small cabalistic cult of shameful deceivers, liars and cheap propaganda merchants. In them there is no truth and lying is their second nature and natural habitat.

The APC, through their agents in the media, also indulged in many other fanciful and vain mendacities about many other PDP leaders.  For example they claimed that Senator Musiliu Obanikoro who is presently the Honorable Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Senator Iyiola Omisore, the leader of our party in Osun state, Governor Olusegun Mimiko, the Governor of Ondo state, Senator David Mark, the Senate President, and so many other of our highly esteemed and respected leaders also lost their polling units and wards to General Muhammadu Buhari and the APC candidates for the various elections.

Needless to say these claims by the APC are not only false but they are also absurd and nauseating. Such mendacities are indicative of the fact that they have lost touch with reality as we have always suspected. As a matter of fact we are surprised that they didn’t claim that the President himself also lost in his polling unit and  ward and that he in fact voted for Buhari rather than for himself. Such is their level of depravity and deceit that they will manufacture any lie and assert any falsehood just to gain an edge and feed their vain delusions.

The lies they have told about the so-called victory of Buhari in Ile Ife, Osun state is particularly distasteful because not only has Jonathan appeared to have won in Ile-Ife but our PDP candidate for the Federal House of Representatives in that constituency, Mr. Albert Adeogun, appears to have won the election hands down and defeated Mr. Rotimi Makinde of the APC, who is the sitting member of the Federal House of Representatives. Our candidate for the House of Representatives in Ilesa in the same senatorial district, Mr. Wole Oke, appears to have won his election as well which is another major blow for the APC in Osun state.

Instead of acknowledging these monumental and devastating losses of some of their leading members, the APC, in their habitual manner simply continue to bury their small heads in the ground like the proverbial ostrich, live in denial and peddle lies and falsehood. It is time that they were called to order. The lies of the APC must be ignored and treated with the contempt and disdain that they deserve.

The reports that we are getting from the field is that our candidate is doing very well in the south and north central and that we are making very strong inroads into various states in the core north. The motive for the lies and disinformation of the APC is to create high expectations for their supporters so that when the real results come out and they are announced by INEC, and when those real results do not tally with the fake results that the APC have told their agents and friends to release, they will begin to run riot, create havoc and kill people.

This is irresponsible and dangerous and we hereby warn the APC and their agents in the media to stop spreading falsehood and telling dangerous lies. We also call on the security agencies to be vigilant because when the truth of their defeat finally dawns on them the APC and Buhari will not take it very lightly. We should all patiently wait for INEC to release the official results of all the elections and until then we call on our supporters and party members to hold their heads up high, to remain confident and strong and to hold their peace.

Though it is undoubtedly a close race we at the PDPCO are cautiously confident and we are very optimistic of total victory despite the desperation, lies and disinformation of the APC. At the end of the day we have no doubt that President Goodluck Jonathan and the PDP shall prevail.

We are constrained to conclude this short briefing by commenting on two issues that are also a matter of grave concern to us. First of all it has been brought to our attention that hundreds of thousands of underage voters were allowed to vote by INEC officials in many parts of the north during Saturday’s elections.

The pictures of these underage voters, who are APC supporters and many of whom are not even Nigerians but were drafted across our northern borders just to vote, are all over the internet. These pictures show the children actually giving their thumb prints and voting in the elections on Saturday. This is unacceptable to us and it needs to be explained by INEC. We await further clarification from them about it and failing that we shall revisit the issue in a very forceful and precise manner at a later stage.

The other area that needs clarification and an explanation from INEC and which gives us deep concern is the situation that we have found ourselves in when it comes to the issue of card readers. We warned about this right from the outset and we expressed our reservations about their usage but we were ignored and even criticised by many at the time for doing so. With the shameful and abysmal performance of the card readers during Saturday’s polls we believe that we have been vindicated and that our earlier concerns have proved to be legitimate and valid. Sadly the damage that the failure of the  card readers has caused to the fortunes of our supporters and party is immense.

Many of our supporters were disenfranchised and were unable to get accreditation or to vote as a consequence of the card reader situation and it is curious that most of the problems associated with card readers only took place in areas and states that are the traditional strongholds of President Jonathan and the PDP. Was this a mere coincidence or was it contrived?  That is the million dollar question. We shall speak more about this and other matters after the final results have been announced by INEC. Until then we shall hold our peace.

We use this medium to call on our friends in the social media, the party faithful and all President Goodluck Joanthan Support Groups not to remain silent in the face of these shenanigans. They should speak out on what they know about the propaganda and falsehood of the opposition APC. They should not be intimidated at all by the opposition’s desperate and reprehensible antics. They should set the record straight and not allow themselves to be robbed of a well-earned victory.

As we speak now, we are winning in 23 states and we have 64 percent while the APC is winning in 14 states and has 36 percent.  These results are subject to confirmation by the Independent National Electoral Commission.  However, we are certain of what we are saying because we have information from our agents in every polling unit nationwide.  No one must test our will by attempting to change these results and the APC should desist from pushing this nation to the brink of fire, chaos and destruction with their dirty lies and propaganda.

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State                            APC                        PDP

Ondo State                   299,889                251,368
FCT                               146,133                  157, 195
Oyo State                      528,620                303,376
Nasarawa                      236,838                273 460
Collation Continues 8:00pm

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Election Result from INEC

STATE                APC                                                  PDP
Ogun State    308,290                                              207,950
Ekiti State     120,331                                               176,466
Enugu            14,157                                                  553,003
Kogi State     264, 851                                              149, 987
Osun State    383,603                                              249,929

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00.26

Lagos Presidential Results

Ikorodu LGA AA – 44 AD – 337 ACPN – 238 ADC – 146 APA – 140 APC – 49,901 CPP – 63 HOPE – 07 KOWA – 38 NCP – 55 PDP – 29,604 PPN – 75 UDP – 11 UPP – 12

00.29

Lagos Presidential Result

Epe LGA Election conducted in all the 19 wards. AA – 15 AD – 110 ADC – 64 APA – 30 APC – 18,779 LP… Midway into announcing the results, the local government collation officer stopped. A few minutes later, phone and internet signals were lost, and the INEC REC left the Collation Centre. Minutes later, signals returned. And they moved to the next local government.

00.32

Lagos Presidential Result

Ibeju-Lekki LGA AA – 11 AD – 55 ACPN – 46 ADC – 27 APA – 30 APC – 12,016 CPP – 15 HOPE – 02 KOWA – 04 NCP – 07 PDP – 10,812 PPN – 07 UDP – 05 UPP – 05 “Election in Ibeju-Lekki was free and fair.”

00.36

Lagos Presidential Result

Full Results for EPE LGA
AA – 15 AD -110 ADC – 64 APA – 30 APC – 19,179 NCP – 25 ACPN – 87 KOWA – 10 PDP – 16,400

00.37

Ondo Presidential Results

Akoko North-East 
 
PDP President: 10,348
APC President:  18,894

00.40

Kogi Presidential Results

Ogori/ Magongo: APC-2,321, PDP-1,934; Adavi: APC-22,659, PDP-7,767;  Okehi: -APC- 17,801, PDP- 5,808; Idah: APC-10,445, PDP 6,113; Mopamuro: APC-3,881, PDP-2,793, and Dekina: APC-18,189, PDP-13,835 Yagba West -APC-6,231, PDP-6,639; Igalamela: Odolu APC-6,075, PDP-7,285; Bassa-APC 7,412, PDP-9,964; Kabba/Bunu: APC 8737, PDP-9009; and Ibaji:APC 6076, PDP-13, 358

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17.04

Results of House of Reps for Lagos Island local government

Constituency 01

Dolapo Badru APC 15,389

Lukman Oladipo PDP 5,732

Constituency 02

Yakub Balogun APC 16,437

Rahman Salawe PDP 7,305

17.41

Oyo Presidential Election Results

Ido LGA

APC: 17235 PDP: 6538

Kojola LGA

PDP: 11045 APC: 14538

Afijio LGA

‎PDP: 8001 APC: 5738

Orelope LGA APC: 9425 PDP: 5384

17.54

Ekiti Presidential Election Results

Ekiti East LGA

APC: 8,274 PDP: 11,922

18.05

National Assembly results from Ekiti State Senate

Ekiti North PDP: 50, 023 (Duro Faseyi), APC; 35, 376 (Olubunmi Adetunbi) LP: 2,316(Ayodele Akinbowale) and ACPN: 257 (Ojo Ajayi). Ekiti Central PDP: 54,459 (Fatimat Raji-Rasaki); APC: 41, 607 (Gbenga Olofin), LP: 4, 626, ACPN: 388 (David Oyenibiowo) and SDP: 153 (Ayowole Adekola). Ekiti South PDP: 62, 344 (Biodun Olujimi), APC: 37,932 (Anthony Adeniyi), LP: 3,315 (Oni Lucas) and ACPN: 315 ( Awe Olatunji).

House of Representatives

Ikole/Oye PDP: 24, 129(Kehinde Agboola), APC: 17, 768 (Abimbola Daramola), LP: 443, AD: 84 and ACPN: 64. Ido-Osi, Moba/Ilejemeje PDP: 23,585 (Aina Thadeus), APC: 15,834 (Robinson Ajiboye) and LP: 2, 574. Ado-Ekiti/Irepodun-Ifelodun PDP: 35,494 (Ayodele Oladimeji), APC: 19,412 (Eniola Ajayi), LP: 3,161, ACPN: 111,  APA: 097, CPP: 034 and PDC: 019. Ijero/Ekiti West/Efon PDP: 27,658 (Oni Olamide),  APC: 20,083 (Ojo Oladimeji) and LP:717. Emure/Gbonyin/Ekiti East PDP: 25, 648 (Awodumila Julius),  APC: 17,473 (Faparusi Oyedele) and LP: 3, 392.

18.18

Oyo Presidential Election Results

Irepo LGA

APC: 10,380 PDP: 4979

Itesiwaju LGA

APC: 7257 PDP: 7605

19.02

Nasarawa Presidential Election Results

Obi LGA APC: 12,543 PDP: 22,693

19.04

Nasarawa Senatorial Election

Philip Gunkya, the PDP candidate, has won Nasarawa north senatorial district with 32,761 to defeat Sam Allu of APGA who polled 32,310

19.06

Oyo Presidential Election Result

‎Iseyin LGA

APC: 24075 PDP: 10569

Oyo East LGA

‎APC: 17,105 PDP: 6326

Orire LGA

APC: 10,161 PDP: 13,238

19.17

Osun Presidential Election Results

Egbedore LGA APC: 9565 PDP: 6465 Ayedaade LGA APC: 13560 PDP: 9466 Odo-Otin LGA APC: 13545 PDP: 10229 Ifelodun LGA APC: 16830 PDP: 9826 Ede North LGA APC: 15709 PDP: 9853 Ejigbo LGA APC: 17302 PDP: 10387 Ede South LGA APC: 12068 PDP: 6889 Osogbo LGA APC: 35344 PDP: 11562

19.24

Kwara Presidential Election Results

Asa LGA

APC: 16,696 PDP: 7,664

Ilorin East LGA

APC 27,986 PDP 13,091

19.38

Ebonyi

The collation of results for the presidential and parliamentary election is about to begin in Ebonyi State with Professor Joseph Ohanekwu, Vice Chancellor of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, as the Collation Officer for the state. The exercise is taking place at the state headquarters of INEC in Abakaliki.

19.45

More Ogun results

Ijebu-East APC 9,109,PDP 10045, Egbado North; APC 14,169, PDP 10,491, Ijebu North LG APC 14,410, PDP 20,500, Ifo Local Govt: ,APC 27353,PDP 8,645, Egbado North: APC 16,459, PDP 13,408,

19.46

Ondo Presidential Election Results

Akoko North-West

PDP: 12,048 APC: 17,997

19.47

Ogun

Ijebu-East Parties: AA 14, ACPN 86,AD 73,ADC 52,APA 57, APC 9,109, CPP 37,Hope 10,Kowa 6,NCP 26, PDP 10, 045,PPN 110,UDP 10,UPP 17 Egbado North; Parties AA 49, ACPN 341, AD 122,ADC 85,APA 15, APC 14,169,CPP 75,Hope 18,Kowa 35,NCP 70,PDP 10,491,PPN 471,UDP 52,UPP 48, Ijebu North LG Parties: AA 32,ACPN 122, AD 109,ADC 87,APA 49, APC 14,410,CPP 39,Hope 2,Kowa 22,NCP 41,PDP 20,500, PPN 185,UDP 17,UPP 25 Ifo Local Govt: Parties: AA 38,ACPN 203,AD 162,ADC 107,APA 95, APC 27,353, CPP 37,Hope 15, Kowa 18,NCP 41,PDP 8,645, PPN 107 ,UDP 31,UPP 24 Egbado North: AA 67, ACPN 323 APA 230, APC 16,459,CPP 153, Hope 43,Kowa 58,NCP 73,PDP 13,408, PPN

19.48

Kano

More results from Kano as announced by the state collation centre, Muhammad Hamisu. TOFA=APC 27,184, PDP5,622 RANO=APC 28,678, PDP, 5259 WUDIL=APC 39,503, PDP,3,539 BUNKURE=APC 28,599, PDP, 7,039 MAKODA=APC 25,284, PDP, 4,225 GEZAWA=APC 38,976, PDP,3,988 GARUN MALLAM=27,818, PDP5,604 KURA=38,680, PDP,7,975 KUMBOTSO=APC 71,795, PDP,2,632 DAWAKIN TOFA=APC 44,117, PDP,3,516 AJINGI=APC 32,155, PDP 1,712 MADOBI=APC 31,733, PDP7,718 KABO=APC 39,293, PDP 3,957

19.51

Ondo

Ose LG PDP President: 13,466 APC President 11,300

19.53

Ebonyi

Result for Abakaliki Local Government Area was presented by Gloria Okorie. She said one ward, Amagu Enyigba, was canceled because of problems of missing ballot papers. APC 1388 PDP 24524

20.08

Nasarawa

Keana LG APC:7,515, APGA: 01, PDP: 8,813, LP:01

20.26

Ebonyi Updated

Prof Joseph Ohanekwu, Vice Chancellor, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka is the state collection officer. ABakaliki AA 32 ACPN 75 AD 135 ADC 256 APA152 APC 1388 CPP255 HDP 108 KOWA 65 NCP 202 PDP 24524 PPN 106 UDP53 UPP 559 TVV 27910 RVs 2874 TVsC 3078 Ohaozara LGA AA 19 ACPN 23 AD 18 ADC 46 APA 34 APC 941 CPP 49 HDP 14 KOWA 29 NCP 53 PDP19812 PPN 42 UPP125 TVVs 21212 RVs 599 TVsC 21811 Ivo LGA: AA 14 ACPN 30 AD 32 ADC 62 APA 43 APC 540 CPP56 HDP 28 KOWA 29 NCP 58 PDP 15241 PPN 36 UDP 30 UPP 121

20.33

Ondo

Ondo West PDP President: 20,243 APC President 18,923

20.53

Bauchi

Some Bauchi youth defy curfew to wait at INEC office for election results.

They accuse the state government of imposing curfew on Bauchi town to allow its agents falsify the results. They say the state capital was not among areas attacked Saturday or Sunday, and should not be under a curfew.

Security agents are cautious pushing the youth at INEC office back.

Many residents however stay indoors, not necessarily because of the curfew but for fear of Boko Haram attacks, our correspondent says.

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21.00

Ebonyi Presidential Election Results

Izzi LGA

APC:  1111 PDP:  36018

21.05

Ondo Presidential Election Results

Owo LGA

PDP: 13,757 APC: 27,290

Irele LGA

PDP: 11,639 APC:  9,969

21.12

Ebonyi Presidential Election Results

Ezza North LGA

APC: 3844 PDP: 21691

Ezza South

APC: 1065 PDP: 23257

Afikpo South

PDP: 19071 APC: 430

21.16

Osun Update

Tension has engulfed Ile-Ife, Osun State, following the alleged disappearance of the Electoral Officer, EO, of Ife Central Local Government Area.

The EO, whose name is given as Mr. Awolusi is alleged to have absconded with results of the elections in the area.

Electoral Officers head the operations of the Independent National Electoral Commission at the local government levels.

The action of the Ife Central EO is said to be holding down the announcement of the final election results in the area.

The APC incumbent senator representing Ife/Ijesha senatorial district, Olajide Omoworare, and the former governorship candidate of PDP in Osun State, Iyiola Omisore, are from the Ife Central local government.

21.18

Cross River

Armed police officers have sealed off the roads leading to the INEC headquarters in Calabar.

Elections in Cross River State where concluded yesterday with only a few centres delayed till Sunday.

“In my ward in Odukpani, we started actual election around 3 p.m. so it was directed by INEC we should continue today (Sunday). We have since submitted our results,” said Etim Ikpeme a resident.

21.25

Ondo Presidential Election Results

Akoko South-East

PDP: 6,769 APC: 7,245

Idanre

PDP: 12,290 APC: 12,654

21.43

Ondo

Akoko South-West PDP President: 15,490 APC President 25,336

21.59

Ondo

Odigbo
PDP President: 19,315
APC President 18,655

Ile Oluji/Okeigbo
PDP President: 13,652
APC President : 12,338

22.01

Oyo

Saki west Lga
APC- 25965; PDP- 7008
‎Lagelu Lga
APC- 15,547; PDP- 7,366
Surulere lga
APC- 7448; Pdp- 12,793.
Ibarapa central
APC‎- 8857; Pdp- 6671
Ibarapa west
APC- 10178; PDP- 6357
Ogooluwa LG
APC- 6034;  PDP‎- 7697

22.08

Ondo

Akoko South-West
PDP President: 15,490
APC President  25,336
Ile Oluji/Okeigbo
PDP President: 13,652
APC President : 12,338

22.22

Ondo

Ese Odo
Registered Voters:  53,981
Accredited Voters:  34,165
PDP President: 24,943
APC President: 4,002
The Agent of APC alleged that ballot boxes were carted away in the local government. He was swiftly countered by the PDP agent who said making such claims at the point of collation is frivolous as only security agents can ascertain if ballot boxes were actually carted away.

The collation officer attested that there was ballot snatching in Apoi 2 ward and Arobo 2. According to him the results from the volatile units were not included.

22.33

Ondo

Ondo East PDP President: 8708 APC President 5,922

22.50

Sokoto

Goronyo LGA…..APC 28,950…..PDP 7664. Denge Shuni LGA….APC 31,036……….PDP 6,918. Kware LGA…APC 25,286.       PDP…6,918.

23.06

Lagos

Collation of state results about to commence at the INEC office in Lagos.

Everyone, including journalists, has been asked to introduce himself/herself.

23.08

Lagos

Collation of state results about to commence at the INEC office in Lagos. Everyone, including journalists, has been asked to introduce himself/herself

23.11

Lagos

The agent representing Accord Party has been asked to leave the state collation centre. Femi Akinbiyi, Lagos INEC PRO, to party agents: “If your party is not contesting, you have no business being here.” 14 political parties participated in the presidential election.

23.50

Ondo

Okitipupa PDP President: 19,035 APC President : 17,495

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16.59

Oyo Presidential Election Result

Atiba LGA

APC: 16755 PDP: 6443

17.04

Results of House of Reps for Lagos Island local government

Constituency 01

Dolapo Badru APC 15,389

Lukman Oladipo PDP 5,732

Constituency 02

Yakub Balogun APC 16,437

Rahman Salawe PDP 7,305

17.41

Oyo Presidential Election Results

Ido LGA

APC: 17235 PDP: 6538

Kojola LGA

PDP: 11045 APC: 14538

Afijio LGA

‎PDP: 8001 APC: 5738

Orelope LGA APC: 9425 PDP: 5384

17.54

Ekiti Presidential Election Results

Ekiti East LGA

APC: 8,274 PDP: 11,922

18.05

National Assembly results from Ekiti State Senate

Ekiti North PDP: 50, 023 (Duro Faseyi), APC; 35, 376 (Olubunmi Adetunbi) LP: 2,316(Ayodele Akinbowale) and ACPN: 257 (Ojo Ajayi). Ekiti Central PDP: 54,459 (Fatimat Raji-Rasaki); APC: 41, 607 (Gbenga Olofin), LP: 4, 626, ACPN: 388 (David Oyenibiowo) and SDP: 153 (Ayowole Adekola). Ekiti South PDP: 62, 344 (Biodun Olujimi), APC: 37,932 (Anthony Adeniyi), LP: 3,315 (Oni Lucas) and ACPN: 315 ( Awe Olatunji).

House of Representatives

Ikole/Oye PDP: 24, 129(Kehinde Agboola), APC: 17, 768 (Abimbola Daramola), LP: 443, AD: 84 and ACPN: 64. Ido-Osi, Moba/Ilejemeje PDP: 23,585 (Aina Thadeus), APC: 15,834 (Robinson Ajiboye) and LP: 2, 574. Ado-Ekiti/Irepodun-Ifelodun PDP: 35,494 (Ayodele Oladimeji), APC: 19,412 (Eniola Ajayi), LP: 3,161, ACPN: 111,  APA: 097, CPP: 034 and PDC: 019. Ijero/Ekiti West/Efon PDP: 27,658 (Oni Olamide),  APC: 20,083 (Ojo Oladimeji) and LP:717. Emure/Gbonyin/Ekiti East PDP: 25, 648 (Awodumila Julius),  APC: 17,473 (Faparusi Oyedele) and LP: 3, 392.

18.18

Oyo Presidential Election Results

Irepo LGA

APC: 10,380 PDP: 4979

Itesiwaju LGA

APC: 7257 PDP: 7605

19.02

Nasarawa Presidential Election Results

Obi LGA APC: 12,543 PDP: 22,693

19.04

Nasarawa Senatorial Election

Philip Gunkya, the PDP candidate, has won Nasarawa north senatorial district with 32,761 to defeat Sam Allu of APGA who polled 32,310

19.06

Oyo Presidential Election Result

‎Iseyin LGA

APC: 24075 PDP: 10569

Oyo East LGA

‎APC: 17,105 PDP: 6326

Orire LGA

APC: 10,161 PDP: 13,238

19.17

Osun Presidential Election Results

Egbedore LGA APC: 9565 PDP: 6465 Ayedaade LGA APC: 13560 PDP: 9466 Odo-Otin LGA APC: 13545 PDP: 10229 Ifelodun LGA APC: 16830 PDP: 9826 Ede North LGA APC: 15709 PDP: 9853 Ejigbo LGA APC: 17302 PDP: 10387 Ede South LGA APC: 12068 PDP: 6889 Osogbo LGA APC: 35344 PDP: 11562

19.24

Kwara Presidential Election Results

Asa LGA

APC: 16,696 PDP: 7,664

Ilorin East LGA

APC 27,986 PDP 13,091

19.38

Ebonyi

The collation of results for the presidential and parliamentary election is about to begin in Ebonyi State with Professor Joseph Ohanekwu, Vice Chancellor of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, as the Collation Officer for the state. The exercise is taking place at the state headquarters of INEC in Abakaliki.

19.45

More Ogun results

Ijebu-East APC 9,109,PDP 10045, Egbado North; APC 14,169, PDP 10,491, Ijebu North LG APC 14,410, PDP 20,500, Ifo Local Govt: ,APC 27353,PDP 8,645, Egbado North: APC 16,459, PDP 13,408,

19.46

Ondo Presidential Election Results

Akoko North-West

PDP: 12,048 APC: 17,997

19.47

Ogun

Ijebu-East Parties: AA 14, ACPN 86,AD 73,ADC 52,APA 57, APC 9,109, CPP 37,Hope 10,Kowa 6,NCP 26, PDP 10, 045,PPN 110,UDP 10,UPP 17 Egbado North; Parties AA 49, ACPN 341, AD 122,ADC 85,APA 15, APC 14,169,CPP 75,Hope 18,Kowa 35,NCP 70,PDP 10,491,PPN 471,UDP 52,UPP 48, Ijebu North LG Parties: AA 32,ACPN 122, AD 109,ADC 87,APA 49, APC 14,410,CPP 39,Hope 2,Kowa 22,NCP 41,PDP 20,500, PPN 185,UDP 17,UPP 25 Ifo Local Govt: Parties: AA 38,ACPN 203,AD 162,ADC 107,APA 95, APC 27,353, CPP 37,Hope 15, Kowa 18,NCP 41,PDP 8,645, PPN 107 ,UDP 31,UPP 24 Egbado North: AA 67, ACPN 323 APA 230, APC 16,459,CPP 153, Hope 43,Kowa 58,NCP 73,PDP 13,408, PPN

19.48

Kano

More results from Kano as announced by the state collation centre, Muhammad Hamisu. TOFA=APC 27,184, PDP5,622 RANO=APC 28,678, PDP, 5259 WUDIL=APC 39,503, PDP,3,539 BUNKURE=APC 28,599, PDP, 7,039 MAKODA=APC 25,284, PDP, 4,225 GEZAWA=APC 38,976, PDP,3,988 GARUN MALLAM=27,818, PDP5,604 KURA=38,680, PDP,7,975 KUMBOTSO=APC 71,795, PDP,2,632 DAWAKIN TOFA=APC 44,117, PDP,3,516 AJINGI=APC 32,155, PDP 1,712 MADOBI=APC 31,733, PDP7,718 KABO=APC 39,293, PDP 3,957

19.51

Ondo

Ose LG PDP President: 13,466 APC President 11,300

19.53

Ebonyi

Result for Abakaliki Local Government Area was presented by Gloria Okorie. She said one ward, Amagu Enyigba, was canceled because of problems of missing ballot papers. APC 1388 PDP 24524

20.08

Nasarawa

Keana LG APC:7,515, APGA: 01, PDP: 8,813, LP:01

20.26

Ebonyi Updated

Prof Joseph Ohanekwu, Vice Chancellor, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka is the state collection officer. The PDP is in early lead in Ebonyi state presidential election results so far released. The party won overwhelmingly in Abakaliki and Ohaozara. Ohaozara is the local government area of Dr Ogbonnaya Onu who is an APC National Leader. Dr Mrs Gloria Okorie,the Abakaliki LG Colection Officer presented the result at INEC state headquarters. She said one ward, Amagu Enyigba ward was canceled because of problem they had which had to do with missing ballot papers. The breakdown ABakaliki 99146 registered voters Accredited voters 34778 14 parties AA 32 ACPN 75 AD 135 ADC 256 APA152 APC 1388 CPP255 HDP 108 KOWA 65 NCP 202 PDP 24524 PPN 106 UDP53 UPP 559 TVV 27910 RVs 2874 TVsC 3078 Ohaozara LGA, the collection officer P. D. I. Ndubuisi said the election was successful except at Ugwulangwu ward 07 where some people came and started shooting sporadically forcing people to run away. He said the Corps members lost items and valuables. “The EO got the security agents to restore order but election could not hold again in the area” AA 19 ACPN 23 AD 18 ADC 46 APA 34 APC 941 CPP 49 HDP 14 KOWA 29 NCP 53 PDP19812 PPN 42 UPP125 TVVs 21212 RVs 599 TVsC 21811 Dr Akanu Otuu, the collection officer for Ivo LGA said there was no incident in the council. Elections started and ended very peacefully, he added The breakdown for Ivo LGA: AA 14 ACPN 30 AD 32 ADC 62 APA 43 APC 540 CPP56 HDP 28 KOWA 29 NCP 58 PDP 15241 PPN 36 UDP 30 UPP 121