This was announced by the Returning Officer of the poll, Prof. Kabiru Bala, at the end of collation of results on Tuesday in Gusau, NAN reports.
NAN reports that Bala said while Buhari polled 438,682 votes, Atiku scored 125,423 votes.
He, however, reported that many of the local government returning officers complained of attacks by either bandits or hoodlums leading to the rejection of a total of 18,785 votes across 14 local government areas of the state.
Bala called on all the political party representatives present to endorse the results, after which he proceeded to Abuja for submission at the national collation centre.
Source: Naija News