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Live Updates: Final 2019 Presidential Election Results For All States Declared By INEC




Live Updates: Final 2019 Presidential Election Results For All States Declared By INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has commenced the announcement of the final Presidential election results recorded in various states in the country, with most Nigerians anxiously waiting to know who is winning.

Naija News reports that INEC commenced the Presidential and National Assembly elections at exactly 8 am on Saturday, February 23, amidst tight security.

Nigerians voted from a list of seventy-two (72) Presidential candidates and 6,584 National Assembly candidates.

Ninety-one (91) political parties are participating in the 2019 general elections, however, some would not be fielding candidate for the position of the president, while others endorsed candidates of the PDP and APC.

According to the figures recently released by INEC, there are currently 84,004,084 registered voters compared to 67,422,005 in the 2015 elections.

In the build-up to the elections, Incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Nigeria’s ruling party and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Nigeria’s main opposition party, have popped up clearly as top contenders for the office of the president.

This online news platform understands that Atiku is winning in some part of the country. Buhari is winning also in some places where elections took place.

Naija News brings live updates of the official Presidential election results recorded in each state as announced by INEC, the only body recognised by law to declare election result.

Below are the final results as declared by INEC

Presidential Election State Party Party
State Collation Result State APC PDP
Ekiti State presidential result EKITI 219,231 154,032
Ondo State presidential result ONDO 241,769 275,901
Gombe State presidential result GOMBE 402,961 138,484
Osun State presidential result OSUN 347,634 337,377
Kwara State presidential result KWARA 308,984 138,184
Nasarawa State presidential result NASARAWA 289,903 283,847
Oyo State presidential result OYO 365,229 366,690
Benue State presidential result BENUE 347,668 355,255
Adamawa State presidential result ADAMAWA 378,076 410,266
Kaduna State presidential result KADUNA 993,445 649,612
Imo State presidential result IMO 140,463 334,923
Plateau State presidential result PLATEAU 468,555 548,665
Yobe State presidential result YOBE 497,914 50,763
Enugu State presidential result ENUGU 54,423 355,553
Lagos presidential result LAGOS 580,825 448,015
Kogi State presidential result KOGI 285,894 218,207
Anambra State presidential result ANAMBRA 33,298 524,738
FCT presidential result FCT 152,224 259,997
Ebonyi State presidential result EBONYI 90,726 258,573
Ogun state presidential result OGUN 281,762 194,655
Jigawa state presidential result JIGAWA 794,738 289,895
Abia state presidential result ABIA 85,058 219,698
Niger state presidential result NIGER 612,371 218,052
Edo state presidential result EDO 267,842 275,691
Bauchi state presidential result BAUCHI 798,428 209,313
Kano state presidential result KANO 1,464,768 391,593
Katsina state presidential result KATSINA 1,232,133 308,056
Taraba state presidential TARABA 324,906 374,743
Cross River state presidential CROSS RIVER 117,302 295,737
Akwa Ibom state presidential AKWA IBOM 175,429 395,832
Borno state presidential BORNO 836,496 71,788
Delta state presidential DELTA 221,292 594,068
Bayelsa state presidential BAYELSA 118,821 197,933
Sokoto state presidential SOKOTO 490,333 361,604
Kebbi state presidential KEBBI 581,552 154,282
Zamfara state presidential ZAMFARA 438,682 125,423
Rivers state presidential RIVERS 150,710 473,971
STATE 15,191,847 11,262,978

36 States and the FCT declared by INEC.

APC – 15,191,847

PDP – 11,262,978.

Based on INEC’s figures, President Muhammadu Buhari and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), have defeated Atiku Abubakar and his party, the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), with a margin of 3,928,869 in Nigeria’s presidential election.