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Nigeria Decides: Live Results And Updates

BREAKING – It’s Official: Bola Tinubu Wins Nigeria’s Presidential Election

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu has emerged the winner of Nigeria’s Saturday Presidential election.

The chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Prof Mahmouh Yakubu made the declaration today (Tuesday) in Abuja at the national collation center. 

President-elect Asiwaju Tinubu defeated Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and Mr Peter Obi of Labour Party (LP) who came second and third respectively. 

The details of the scores are as follows:

APC: 8,794,726 votes

PDP: 6,984,520 votes

LP: 6,101,530 votes

BREAKING: Shettima Wins Polling Unit For APC

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The vice presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Senator Kashim Shettima has won his polling unit, Shettima Kukawa, polling unit 023, Lawan Bukar, Lamisula Ward, Maiduguri Borno State.

The result is as follows: 

APC – 126

PDP – 23

LP – 0

NNPP – 0

Presidential Election Result in the Villa

Polling Unit 121 –
APC – 31
PDP – 32
NNPP – 1
LP – 58
AA – 1
Invalid – 3

Polling Unit 131
APC – 6
PDP – 3
NNPP – 1
LP – 17
Invalid – 2
Total = 29

Polling Unit 021
LP – 58
APC – 31
PDP – 32

Polling Unit 130
APC – 26
PDP – 24
LP – 113

Polling Unit 126
LP – 42
APC – 11
PDP – 12

Polling Unit 128
LP – 12
APC – 1
PDP – 0

Polling Unit 122
LP – 105
PDP – 16
APC – 29

Polling Unit 06
LP – 8
APC – 5
PDP – 2

Polling Unit 123
LP – 86
APC – 44
PDP – 21

Edo, Etsako West, Azama Primary School, Ward 11 collation centre, PU:  25


APC: 17

PDP: 26

LP: 22

Tinubu Wins His Polling Unit By Wide Margin

APC – 33

PDP – 1

LP – 8

YPP – 1

Votes sorting Begin in Tinubu’s Polling Unit

INEC officials have destroyed unused voting materials at PU 85, Ward 3 where APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, voted. Votes sorting and counting have also commenced.

2023: Voting Underway In Enugu After Late Arrival Of Election Materials

By Ignatius Okpara, Enugu

Voting has finally commenced in parts of Enugu North Senatorial district of Enugu state.

At Ede- Nta ward 006, Owerre Edeoballa in Nsukka local government area of Enugu state, voters were seen casting their votes.

Our Correspondent reports that the exercise has been peaceful across the district.

Responding to questions from African Examiner, the Assistant polling officer, APO incharge of the polling unit, Mr. Ugwuoke Pascal, said the exercise has been peaceful, hitch free and BVAS machine functioning optimally.

He said though the exercise has been peaceful, they need security around the polling unit.

At the polling unit 009 Eden-Nta Umuoka ward, where voting began at about 10am, voters were seen casting their votes.

Speaking with Newsmen, the former Enugu State Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party PDP, Engr Vita Abba, expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the exercise, describing the turnout of voters as impressive.

He said INEC deserves commendation, adding that If Nigeria elections are conducted in a peaceful manner as this, the nation will have no reason not to get things right.

Abba, is the 2023 PDP Candidate for Nsukka / IgboEze South federal Constituency election.

Tinubu Arrives Polling booth


INEC Officials Yet To Arrive Polling Units In Enugu As AT 10: 05am

By Ignatius Okpara

Voters are still waiting patiently across Enugu, as the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC Officials are yet to arrive at any of the polling units visited by our correspondent as at 10: 05 am.

Atiku, Wife Vote

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party , Atiku Abubakar and his wife have voted in their hometown of Adamawa. 

They exercised their franchise at Ajiya 012 polling unit in Ajiya ward in Yola North Local Government Area of Adamawa.

Speaking after performing his civic duty, the former vice president expressed optimism that the process will be hassle-free for voters.

Use Of Mobile Phones, Photographic Devices In Voting Cubicle Prohibited

By Nwa Diokpa

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has cautioned voters that will be participating in the  presidential and national assembly elections against making use of their mobile phones and any other photographic devices to take pictures of the party they cast their votes for.

The commission also enjoined voters to either do away with their devices or refrain from making use of them once in the voting cubicle.

 According to the electoral umpire, anyone caught using their mobile phones or any photographic devices in the voting cubicle will be jailed upon conviction.

 The INEC official said: “No one will be allowed to take his or her phone to the voting cubicle. It is prohibited.

 “Officials of the ICPC, EFCC and security agencies will be on hand to monitor and ensure that the law in that respect is not violated.”

Nigerians will today (Saturday) elect a new president that will take over from the outgoing President Mohammadu Buhari. The country will also elect members of the national assembly.

Three presidential candidates are the front runners in this election. They are Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC); Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and Mr Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP).


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