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APC’s Buhari Leads Atiku’s PDP In Eight Kebbi LGAs (Full Result)

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President Muhammad Buhari, who is running for a second term in office on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) is leading in eight out of the 21 Local Government Areas of Kebbi in the presidential election results so far released by INEC Collation Officers.

Naija News reports that the results released by the Collation Officer for the Kebbi Presidential Election, Prof. Haruna Bichi, the Vice-Chancellor, Federal University, Dutsinma, Katsina state, showed that the APC polled 17,863 in Aliero Local Government against the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Nigeria’s main opposition party which scored 5,458.

In the same vein, APC scored 19,057 in Kalgo local government as against PDP which got 3,233 while in Ngaski Local government, APC scored 20,641 as against PDP which scored 6,591.

Similarly, in Sakaba local government, APC polled 14,026 as against PDP with had 3,800 votes. Also in Suru local government, APC polled 22,627 while PDP scored 10,358 votes.

The ruling party also got 19,262 while PDP which scored 6,961 in Shanga local government and in Bagudo local government, APC scored 29,243 as against PDP with 8,160 votes.

In Arewa local government, APC polled 32,582 as against PDP which scored 8,390 votes. The PDP has Atiku Abubakar as its Presidential candidate.

Meanwhile, Naija News reports that the collation and announcement would continue today by 12 noon.


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