Election 2019

LIVE: INEC Announces Winners Of Governorship Election In 22 States

The electoral umpire declared the results in six states inconclusive, while the electoral process in Rivers remains suspended.

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Welcome to our live update page for Saturday’s governorship and state house of assembly elections.

The governorship election took place in 29 states across the country.

Please scroll down for latest updates on election results and winners announced.

Here is a map of states where governorship election held below;

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March 11 – Collation of results and declaration of winners


See the table below for the names of winners announced so far in the governorship election:


STATE

APC

PDP

WINNER

ABIA

99,574

161,553

OKEZIE IKPEAZU

ADAMAWA

334,995

367,471

INCONCLUSIVE

AKWA IBOM

171,978

519,712

UDOM EMMANUEL

BAUCHI

465,453

469,512

INCONCLUSIVE

BENUE

329,022

410,576

INCONCLUSIVE

BORNO

1,175,440

66,115

BABAGANA UMARA

CROSS RIVER

131,161

381,484

BEN AYADE

DELTA

215,938

925,274

IFEANYI OKOWA

EBONYI

81,234

392,291

DAVID UMAHI

ENUGU

10,423

449,935

IFEANYI UGWUANYI

GOMBE

364,179

222,868

MOHAMMED YAHAYA

IMO

96,458

273,404

EMEKA IHEDIOHA

JIGAWA

810,933

288,356

BADARU ABUBAKAR

KADUNA

1,045,427

814,168

NASIR EL-RUFAI

KANO

987,819

1,014,474

INCONCLUSIVE

KATSINA

1,178,864

488,621

AMINU MASARI

KEBBI

673,717

106,633

ATIKU BAGUDU

KWARA

331,546

114,754

ABDULRAHMAN ABDULRAZAQ

LAGOS

739,445

206,141

BABAJIDE SANWO-OLU

NASARAWA

327,229

184,281

ABDULLAHI SULE

NIGER

526,412

298,065

ABUBAKAR BELLO

OGUN

241,670

70,290

ADEDAPO ABIODUN

OYO

357,982

515,621

OLUSEYI MAKINDE

PLATEAU

583,255

538,326

INCONCLUSIVE

RIVERS

SUSPENDED

SOKOTO

486,145

489,558

INCONCLUSIVE

TARABA

362,735

520,433

DARIUS ISHAKU

YOBE

444,013

95,703

MAI-MALA BUNI

ZAMFARA

534,541

189,452

MUKHTAR SHEHU


Below is a breakdown of results collated so far from various states:


Abia – Okezie Ikpeazu (PDP)

Bende LGA – APC: 12,172 APGA: 4,238 PDP: 7,265

Umuahia South LGA – APC: 7,606 APGA: 4,502 PDP: 8257

Ukwa East LGA – APC: 1447 APGA: 1,935 PDP: 3819

Umunneochi LGA – APC: 7,238 APGA: 3,190 PDP: 7,004

Ugwunagbo LGA – APC: 1,865 APGA: 1,054 PDP: 22,084

Osisioma LGA – APC: 1,981 APGA: 2,298 PDP: 19,835

Isialanwagwa South LGA – PDP: 19,672 APGA: 5,129 APC: 1,967

Obingwa LGA – APGA: 3,390 APC: 2,679 PDP: 78,803


Akwa Ibom – Udom Emmanuel (PDP)

Ibeno LGA – APC: 1,442 PDP: 10,008

Urue Ofong Oruko LGA – APC: 4,592 PDP: 6,915

Nsit Ubium LGA – APC: 6,004 PDP: 17,863

Okobo LGA – APC: 6,079 PDP: 10,800

Esit Eket LGA – APC: 3,913 PDP: 13,290

Onna LGA – APC: 2,110 PDP: 32,103

Uruan LGA – APC: 5,192 PDP: 12,895

Nsit Atai LGA – APC: 3,783 PDP: 8,855

Ikot Abasi LGA – APC: 7,549 PDP: 9,335

Obot Akara LGA – APC: 4,704 PDP: 13,979

Uyo LGA – APC: 12,549 PDP: 35,092

Abak LGA – APC: 11,505 PDP: 17,461

Ini LGA – APC: 3,316 PDP: 17,335

Nsit Ibom LGA – APC: 4,816 PDP: 17,326

Mbo LGA – APC: 5,419 PDP: 9,631

Eket LGA – APC: 5,087 PDP: 26,372

Oruk Anam LGA – APC: 8,640 PDP: 35,093

Itu LGA – APC: 5,911 PDP: 14,633

Esit Eket LGA – APC: 3,917 PDP: 13,290

Ukanafun LGA – APC: 7,220 PDP: 35,447

Etinan LGA – APC: 8,089 PDP: 22,954

Ibesikpo Asutan LGA – APC: 7,179 PDP: 15,679

Udung Uko LGA – APC: 2,108 PDP : 4,036

Mkpat Enin LGA – APC: 4,769 PDP: 18,056

Ika LGA – APC: 3,212 PDP: 12,752

Oron LGA – APC: 3,859 PDP: 8,433

Ibiono Ibom LGA – APC: 7,820 PDP: 36,988

Ikot Ekpene LGA – APC: 11,240 PDP: 14,832

Etim Ekpo LGA – APC: 2,776 PDP: 10,149

Eastern Obolo LGA – APC: 1,914 PDP: 10,780

Ikono LGA – APC: 4,498 PDP: 18,910


Adamawa – Inconclusive

Girei LGA – APC: 14,976 PDP: 14,115

Mubi North LGA – APC: 31,794 PDP: 16,667

Yola South LGA – APC: 21,941 PDP: 17,432

Yola North LGA – APC: 20,979 PDP: 24,383

Shelleng LGA – APC: 15,880 PDP: 11,135

Mayo-Belwa LGA – APC: 14,198 PDP: 19,897

Song LGA – APC: 17,439 PDP 24,764

Michika LGA – APC: 13,224 PDP: 24,504

Numan LGA – APC: 11,592 PDP: 18,826

Ganye LGA – APC: 19,063 PDP: 17,809

Jada LGA – APC: 18,006 PDP: 20,076

Guyuk LGA – APC: 12,494 PDP: 18,305

Fufore LGA – APC: 21,669 PDP: 17,266

Maiha LGA – APC: 14,939 PDP: 8,745

Mubi South LGA – APC: 19,825 PDP: 10,420

Lamurde LGA – APC: 10,102 PDP 18,783

Demsa LGA – APC: 10,342 PDP: 22,037

Hong LGA – APC: 21,358 PDP 25,878

Madagali LGA – APC: 9,265 PDP: 17,529

Gombi LGA – APC: 9,347 PDP: 12,968


Bauchi – Inconclusive

Bogogo LGA – APC: 7,442 PDP: 19,667

Dass LGA – APC: 15,388 PDP: 12,411

Kirfi LGA – APC: 15,562 PDP: 15,408

Giade LGA – APC: 17,004 PDP: 11,391

Warji LGA – APC: 17,939 PDP: 17,022

Misau LGA – APC: 16,282 PDP: 19,928

Jama’are LGA – APC: 12,901 PDP: 11,041

Alkaleri LGA – APC: 27,238 PDP: 34,625

Zaki LGA – APC: 23,179 PDP: 24,582

Dambam LGA – APC: 11,383 PDP- 11,846

Gamawa LGA – APC: 27,462 PDP: 18,998

Shira LGA – APC- 23,061 PDP: 19,296

Itas Gadau – APC: 23,670 PDP: 20,054

Katagum – APC: 27,820 PDP: 26,666


Benue

Oju LGA – APC: 19,061 PDP: 13,110

Obi LGA – APC: 9,696 PDP: 9,055

Gwer West LGA – APC: 7,292 PDP: 14,375

Ogbadibu LGA – APC: 9,018 PDP: 8,518

Gwer East LGA – APC: 14,582 PDP: 19,596

Ushongo LGA – APC: 14,589 PDP: 22,351

Ushongo LGA – APC: 14,589 PDP: 22,351

Ohimini LGA – APC: 8,470 PDP: 7,304

Agatu LGA – APC: 7,538 PDP: 9,935

Apa LGA – APC: 8,460 PDP: 8,429

Ukum LGA – APC: 11,725 PDP: 22,540

Katsina Ala LGA – APC: 21,614 PDP: 17,987

Ado LGA – APC: 7,711 PDP: 7,258

Ado LGA – APC: 7,711 PDP: 7,258

Guma LGA – APC: 8,869 PDP: 28,479

Gboko LGA – APC: 28,547 PDP: 36,186

Makurdi LGA – APC: 35,967 PDP: 29,232

Logo LGA – APC: 4,552 PDP: 30,152

Buruku LGA – APC: 13,215 PDP: 29,149

Kwande LGA – APC: 22,783 PDP: 29,048

Vandeikya LGA – APC: 18,579 PDP: 27,124


Borno

Abadam LGA – APC: 9,968 PDP: 50

Askira Uba LGA – APC: 58,719 PDP: 9,800

Bayo LGA – APC 33,752 PDP 1,903

Biu LGA – APC 46,794 PDP: 5,597

Damboa LGA – APC: 36,617 PDP: 721

Gwoza LGA – APC: 120, 213 PDP: 3,118

Gubio LGA – APC: 33,203 PDP: 419

Guzamala LGA – APC: 28,030 PDP: 277

Dikwa LGA – APC: 22,138 PDP: 1,542

Kaga LGA – APC: 16,647 PDP: 1,166

Kalabalge LGA – APC: 35,780 PDP: 497

Kukawa LGA – APC: 29,040 PDP: 344

Kwaya Kusar LGA – APC: 19,790 PDP 6,860

Mafa LGA – APC: 53,011 PDP: 163

Magumeri LGA – APC: 22,261 PDP: 123

Marte LGA – APC: 19,329 PDP: 173

Mobbar LGA – APC: 35,828 PDP: 622

Monguno LGA – APC: 41,999 PDP: 493

Ngala LGA – APC: 42,301 PDP: 1,910

Nganzai LGA – APC: 20,196 PDP: 907

Chibok LGA – APC: 19,370 PDP :1,804

Konduga LGA – APC: 31,484 PDP: 2,407

Jere LGA – APC: 122,384 PDP: 3,440

Bama LGA – APC: 54,783 PDP: 1,036

Hawul LGA – APC: 29,845 PDP: 7,039

Maiduguri Metropolitan Council – APC: 168,952 PDP: 5,493

Shani LGA – APC: 23,006 PDP: 8,205


Cross River – Ben Ayade (PDP)

Akpabuyo LGA – APC: 4,524 PDP: 12,614

Ogoja LGA – APC: 7,466 PDP: 28,798

Calabar Municipality – APC: 7,703 PDP: 15,524

Etung LGA – APC: 3,892 PDP: 6,282

Ikom LGA – APC 10,049 PDP: 16,862

Abi LGA – APC: 7,387 PDP: 13,035

Odukpani LGA – APC: 6,633 PDP: 14,003

Yakurr LGA – APC: 10,885 PDP: 20,110

Biase LGA – APC: 6,250 PDP: 11,811

Bakassi LGA – APC: 1,533 PDP: 5,225

Obanliku LGA – APC: 4,538 PDP: 15,066

Obudu LGA – APC: 4,296 PDP: 65,167

Obubra LGA – APC: 9,461 PDP: 19,575

Yala LGA – APC: 10,756 PDP: 42,271

Bekwarra LGA – APC: 5,359 PDP: 24,819

Akamkpa LGA – APC: 7,097 PDP: 12,959

Calabar Sourth LGA – APC: 8,587 PDP: 19,228

Boki LGA – APC – 14,745 PDP: 38,135


Delta – Ifeanyi Okowa (PDP)

Ika South LGA – APC: 3,877 PDP: 33,371

Patani LGA – APC: 3,288 PDP: 19,683

Ika North East LGA – APC: 2,303 PDP: 67,417

Ethiope East LGA – APC: 21,141 PDP: 11,489

Ukwuani LGA – PDP: 18,328 APC: 7,264

Aniocha North LGA – APC: 4,653 PDP: 17,054

Ethiopie West LGA – APC: 6,211 PDP: 62,044

Oshimili South LGA – APC: 2,700 PDP: 54,766

Aniocha South LGA – APC: 3,138 PDP: 20,947

Isoko South LGA – APC: 14,259 PDP: 43,730

Oshimili North LGA – APC: 2,906 PDP: 37,744

Isoko North LGA – APC: 9,817 PDP: 29,648


Ebonyi – David Umahi (PDP)

Ohaozara LGA – PDP: 48,256 APC: 1,004

Ikwo LGA – PDP: 37,947 APC: 11,475

Izzi LGA – PDP: 34,199 APC: 13,430

Ohaukwu LGA – PDP: 30,606 APC: 9,943

Afikpo South LGA – PDP: 27,720 APC: 9,245

Ezza South LGA – PDP: 27,583 APC: 3,245

Ishielu LGA – PDP: 26,700 APC: 3,105

Ebonyi LGA – PDP: 25,830 APC: 5,951

Ivo LGA – PDP: 19,166 APC: 1,704

Ezza North LGA – PDP: 14,181 APC: 2,482

Abakaliki LGA – PDP: 26,005 APC: 9,764

Onicha LGA – PDP: 52,851 APC: 2,497

Afikpo North – PDP: 21,245 APC: 7,446


Enugu – Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi (PDP)

Enugu South LGA – PDP: 17,513 APC: 533

Aninri LGA – PDP: 21,450 APC:496

Awgu LGA – PDP: 23,025 APC: 1,232

Ezeagu LGA – PDP: 21,448 APC: 255

Isiuzo LGA – PDP: 19,698 APC: 284

Nkanu West LGA – PDP: 30,698 APC: 243

Igboetiti LGA – PDP: 25,557 APC: 1,223

Oji River LGA – PDP: 22,369 APC: 536

Udenu LGA – PDP: 39,437 APC: 394

Udi LGA – PDP: 25,124 APC: 823

Enugu North LGA – PDP: 15,120 APC: 276

Igboeze North LGA – PDP: 30,666 APC: 1,607

Nsukka LGA – PDP: 51,207 APC: 572

Enugu East LGA – PDP: 22,300 APC: 352

Igboeze South LGA – PDP: 38,326 APC: 705

Uzouwani LGA – PDP: 22,879 APC: 256

Nkanu East LGA – PDP: 23,118 APC: 636


Gombe – Muhammad Inuwa (APC)

Shomgom LGA – APC: 13,463 PDP 12,993

Gombe LGA – APC: 68,384 PDP: 21,673

Kaltungo LGA – APC: 26,744 PDP: 22,259

Nafada LGA – APC: 9,018 PDP: 17,937

Yamaltu Deba LGA – APC: 51,521 PDP: 25,852

Kwami LGA – APC 30,539 PDP 18,240

Billiri LGA – APC: 18,612 PDP: 18,063

Funakaye LGA – APC: 29,191 PDP 20,020

Akko LGA – APC: 58,479 PDP: 30,832

Balanga LGA – APC: 30,926 PDP: 18,192

Dukku LGA – APC: 27,302 PDP: 16,807


Imo – Emeka Ihedioha (PDP)

Nkwerre LGA – AA: 8,205 APC: 2,147 PDP: 1,889

Ikeduru LGA – AA: 4,006 APC: 3,139 PDP: 14,848

Owerri Minucipal – AA: 2,617 APC: 1,540 PDP: 10,118

Onuimo LGA – AA: 4,173 APGA: 4,577 APC: 1,217 PDP 2,063

Owerri Municipal – AA: 2,617 APC: 1,540 PDP: 10,118

Ngor Okpalla LGA – AA: 4,797 APC: 2,310 PDP: 11,502

Owerri North LGA – AA: 2,988 APC: 2,272 PDP: 12,797

Orlu LGA – AA: 9,659 APC: 3,007 PDP: 5,053

Ideato South LGA – AA: 40,438 APC: 4,893 PDP: 3,600

Ihitte Uboma LGA – AA: 5,444 APC: 3,160 PDP: 4,235

Ahiazu Mbaise LGA – AA: 3,395 APC: 971 PDP: 32,987

Isiala Mbano LGA – AA: 3,383 APC: 1,893 PDP: 3,589

Ezinihitte Mbaise LGA – AA: 2,646 APC: 1,462 PDP: 30,035

Owerri West LGA – AA: 2,538 APC: 2,868 PDP: 12,878

Ohaji Egbema LGA – AA: 16,739 APC: 4,585 PDP: 5,872

Oru East LGA – AA: 4,531 APC: 24,257 PDP: 4,806

Ideato North LGA – AA: 5,599 APC: 3,723 PDP: 3,064

Nwangele LGA – AA: 9,924 APC: 1,831 PDP: 3,482

Oguta LGA – AA: 3,431 APC: 1,644 PDP: 5,663

Orsu LGA – AA: 6,203 APC: 3,780 PDP: 2,596

Mbaitolu LGA – AA: 5,869 APC: 3,704 PDP: 13,358


Jigawa – Badaru Abubakar (APC)

Gagarawa LGA – APC: 15,565 PDP: 8,411

Auyo LGA – APC: 27,771 PDP: 7,879

Kazaure LGA – APC: 22,074 PDP 3,216

Taura LGA – APC: 32,735 PDP: 11,417

Hadejia LGA – APC: 27,242 PDP: 4,399

Miga LGA – APC: 22,746 PDP: 9,269

Jahun LGA – APC: 41,937 PDP: 16,119

Garki LGA – APC: 33,674 PDP: 15,147

Malam Madori LGA – APC: 27,616 PDP: 7,397

Kaugama LGA – APC: 26,025 PDP: 7,382

Sule Tankarkar LGA – APC: 32,154 PDP: 12,543

Dutse LGA – APC: 43,165 PDP: 15,108

Babura LGA – APC: 43,601 PDP: 7,131

Kiyawa LGA – APC: 36,255 PDP: 12,866

Kiri kasamma LGA – APC: 26,388 PDP: 9,333

Yankwashi LGA – APC: 11,880 PDP: 5,677

Ringim LGA – APC: 41,481 PDP: 28,035

Roni LGA – APC: 19,516 PDP: 5,013

Gwaram LGA – APC: 58,210 PDP: 12,227

Birniwa LGA – APC: 24,993 PDP: 12,227

Kafin Hausa LGA – APC: 38,989 PDP: 10,133

Birnin Kudu LGA – APC: 48,401 PDP: 22,777

Maigatari LGA – APC: 26,123 PDP: 12,494

Buji LGA – APC: 21,406 PDP: 9,389

Guri LGA – APC: 20,953 PDP: 7,389

Gwiwa LGA – APC: 24,953 PDP: 7,746

Gumel LGA – APC: 15,800 PDP: 5,298


Kaduna – Nasir El-Rufai

Kaura LGA – APC: 8,342 PDP: 38, 764

Makarfi LGA – APC: 34,956 PDP: 22,301

Jaba LGA – APC: 6,298 PDP: 22,976

Kudan LGA – APC: 28,624 PDP- 22,022

Ikara LGA – APC: 41,969 PDP: 22,553

Kubau LGA – APC: 57,182 PDP: 17,074

Kajuru LGA – APC: 10,229 PDP: 34, 658

Giwa LGA – APC: 51,455 PDP: 19,824

Kachia LGA – APC: 30,812 PDP: 51,780

Soba LGA – APC: 55,046 PDP: 25,440

Kauru LGA – APC: 34,844 PDP: 31,928

Zango Kataf LGA – APC: 13,448 PDP: 87,546

Sanga LGA – APC: 20,806 PDP: 21,226

Kaduna North LGA – APC: 97,243 PDP: 27,665

Birnin Gwari LGA – APC: 32,292 PDP: 16,901

Chikun LGA – APC: 24,262 PDP: 86,261

Sabon Gari LGA – APC: 57,655 PDP- 25,519

Lere LGA – APC: 71,056 PDP: 45,215

Jema’a LGA – APC: 21,265 PDP: 63,129

Kagarko LGA – APC: 21,982 PDP: 27, 643

Igabi LGA – APC: 102,612 PDP: 31,429

Kaduna South LGA – APC: 102,035 PDP: 37,948

Zaria LGA – APC: 111, 014 PDP: 37, 356


Kano – Inconclusive

Madobi LGA – APC: 24,491 PDP: 24,309

Bebeji LGA – APC: 17,418 PDP: 18,533

Kunchi LGA – APC: 16,157 PDP: 13,171

Danbatta LGA – APC: 24,696 PDP: 18,696

Karaye LGA – APC: 18,770 PDP: 17,163

Albasu LGA – APC: 25,358 PDP: 18,401

Garko LGA – APC: 16,952 PDP: 12,295

Bunkure LGA – APC: 20,407 PDP: 20,222

Rano LGA – APC: 16, 694 PDP: 14, 892

Bagwai LGA – APC: 20,768 PDP: 18,511

Kibiya LGA – APC: 15,760 PDP: 17,373

Karaye LGA – APC: 18,770 PDP: 17,163

Gwarzo LGA – APC: 27,015 PDP: 24,773

Tofa LGA – APC: 17,506 PDP: 13,885

Gabasawa LGA – APC: 18,215 PDP: 14,679

Shanono LGA – APC: 20,691 PDP: 14,503

Kabo LGA – APC: 27,522 PDP: 26,233

Sumaila LGA – APC: 23,934 PDP: 16,606

Makoda LGA – APC: 22,788 PDP: 9,253

Ajingi LGA – APC: 17,711 PDP: 14,485

Gezawa LGA – APC: 20,642 PDP: 24,151

Bichi LGA – APC: 31,958 PDP: 27,644

Warawa LGA – APC: 14,599 PDP: 15,114

Kiru LGA – APC: 28,765 PDP: 27,868

Rimingado LGA – APC: 19,453 PDP: 13,777

Gwale LGA – APC: 23,871 PDP: 41,591

Wudil LGA – APC: 18,589 PDP: 18,220

Tudun Wada LGA – APC: 27,917 PDP: 21,556

Doguwa LGA – APC: 20,696 PDP: 12,642

Dawakin Kudu LGA – APC: 25,657 PDP: 30,901

Minjibir LGA – APC: 17,707 PDP: 17,952

Garun Malam LGA – APC: 14,765 PDP: 14,446

Tarauni LGA – APC: 21,734 PDP: 35,314

Gaya LGA – APC: 19,202 PDP: 18,090

Rogo LGA – APC: 23,859 PDP: 27,342

Ungogo LGA – APC: 26,843 PDP: 42,241

Dawakin Tofa LGA – APC: 32,945 PDP: 17,418

Kura LGA – APC: 22,390 PDP – 24,410

Kumbotso LGA – APC: 24,751 PDP: 40,417

Kano Municipal LGA – APC: 32,394 PDP – 57,781

Takai LGA – APC: 19,070 PDP: 14,119

Dala LGA – APC: 32,530 PDP: 60,082

Fagge LGA – APC: 18,370 PDP: 27,344


Katsina – Aminu Masari (APC)

Batagarawa LGA – APC: 39,420 PDP: 12,512 GAB: 26,908

Sandamu LGA – APC: 32,193 PDP: 11,912 GAB: 20,281

Matazu LGA – APC: 28,253 PDP: 10,327 GAB: 17,926

Dutsi LGA – APC: 22,482 PDP: 10,564 GAB: 11,918

Kusada LGA – APC: 20,799 PDP: 8,080 GAB: 12,719

Zango LGA – APC: 23,143 PDP: 11,662 GAB: 11,481

Rimi LGA – APC: 37,278 PDP: 12, 469 GAB: 23,782

Ingawa LGA – APC: 28,905 PDP: 12,602 GAB: 16,303

Baure LGA – APC: 41,078 PDP: 18,012 GAB: 23,066

Mani LGA – APC: 34,254 PDP: 16,476 GAB: 177,778

Katsina LGA – APC: 64,709 PDP: 16,734 GAB: 47,975

Jibia LGA – APC: 30,538 PDP: 12,616 GAB: 17,702

Danmusa LGA – APC: 28,008 PDP: 10,306 GAB: 17,702

Kankai LGA – APC: 29,096 PDP: 14,706 GAB: 14,390

Mai’Adua LGA – APC: 34,154 PDP: 12,904 GAB: 21,250

Batsari LGA – APC: 33,702 PDP: 10,102 GAB: 23,600

Kaita LGA – APC: 27,076 PDP: 11,479 GAB: 15,597

Mashi LGA – APC: 34,695 PDP: 19,255 GAB: 15,440

Dandume LGA – APC: 32,560 PDP: 13,533 GAB: 19,027

Bindawa LGA – APC: 34,659 PDP: 13,183 GAB: 21,476


Kwara – Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq (APC)

Oyun – APC 11,399 PDP 3,728

Offa – APC 22,874 PDP 5,172

Irepodun – APC 16,155 PDP 7,339

Isin – APC 6,624 PDP 2,588

Moro – APC 18,985 PDP 5,490

Asa – APC 16,246 PDP 8,963

Edu – APC 26,805 PDP – 6,174

Oke Ero – APC 7,423 PDP 4,891

Ilorin South – APC 26,752 PDP 9,489

Ilorin East – APC 31,521 PDP 10,888

Ifelodun – APC 23,734 PDP 7,445

Ekiti – APC 7,938 PDP 3,950

Kaiama – APC 14,829 PDP 3,386

Ilorin West – APC 55,287 PDP 25,583

Patigi – APC 18,109   PDP 2,578

Baruten LGA – APC: 26,865 PDP: 7,090


Lagos – Babajide Sanwo-Olu (APC)

Ikeja LGA – ADP: 143 APC: 28,592 PDP: 8,109

Ikorodu LGA – ADP: 620 APC: 45,879 PDP: 14,769

Amuwo-Odofin LGA – ADP: 184 APC: 23,267 PDP: 13,700

Ibeju Lekki LGA – ADP: 143 APC: 23,298 PDP: 3,320

Agege LGA – ADP: 86 APC: 38,515 PDP: 8,371

Apapa LGA – ADP: 53 APC: 20,469 PDP: 5,959

Shomolu LGA – ADP: 203 APC: 40,408 PDP: 9,991

Eti-Osa LGA – ADP: 286 APC: 30,504 PDP: 10,678

Oshodi-Isolo LGA – ADP: 611 APC: 39,945 PDP: 12,585

Mushin LGA – ADP: 317 APC: 51,899 PDP: 8,751

Surulere LGA – ADP: 313 APC: 39,986 PDP: 13,733


Nasarawa – Abdullahi Sule (APC)

Wamba LGA – APC:15,706 PDP: 9,332 APGA: 1,772

Awe LGA – APC: 29,443 PDP: 9,228 APGA: 1,801

Keana LGA – APC: 11,759 PDP: 6,579 APGA: 2,869

Toto LGA – APC: 32,213 PDP: 8,590 APGA: 1,889

Kokona LGA – APC: 23,027 PDP: 18,971 APGA: 5,809

Doma LGA – APC: 10,029 PDP: 10,318 APGA: 8,568 ZLP: 10,879

Keffi LGA – APC: 25,589 PDP: 12,419 APGA: 2,028

Obi LGA – APC: 20,640 PDP: 17,951 APGA: 15,930

Nasarawa LGA – APC: 31,586 PDP: 17,406

Karu LGA – APC: 23,207 PDP: 21,967

Akwanga LGA – APC: 21,968 PDP: 18,402 APGA: 4,866

Nasarawa Eggon LGA – APC: 11,611 PDP: 14,290

Lafia LGA – APC: 70,451 PDP: 18,827


Niger – Abubakar Bello (APC)

Gurara LGA – APC: 14,649 PDP: 7,798

Munya LGA – APC: 14,879 PDP: 8,458

Tafa LGA – APC: 13,111 PDP: 8,608

Suleja LGA – APC: 19,105 PDP: 14,975

Katcha LGA – APC: 20,171 PDP: 9,800

Bosso LGA – APC: 19,610 PDP: 11,470

Paikoro LGA – APC: 21,571 PDP: 13,600

Wushishi LGA – APC: 13,199 PDP: 8,309

Lavun LGA – APC: 27,345 PDP: 15,335

Rijau LGA – APC: 22,111 PDP: 9,566

Edati LGA – APC: 19,200 PDP: 10,200

Rafi LGA – APC: 28,289 PDP: 13,372

Chanchaga LGA – APC: 27,764 PDP: 21,179

Gbako LGA – APC: 24,836 PDP: 10,623

Agaie LGA – APC: 19,295 PDP – 16,903

Mashegu LGA – APC: 18,102 PDP: 10,988

Mariga LGA – APC: 17,890 PDP: 13,433

Borgu LGA – APC: 25,211 PDP: 7,206

Magama LGA – APC: 20,540 PDP: 17,633

Bida LGA – APC: 21,493 PDP: 11,212

Agwara LGA – APC: 11,236 PDP: 5,365

Lapai LGA – APC: 24,724 PDP: 10,599

Shiroro LGA – APC: 28,285 PDP: 16,438

Mokwa LGA – APC: 26,679 PDP: 13,155

Kontagora LGA – APC: 27,117 PDP: 11,888


Ogun – Dapo Abiodun (APC)

Ijebu North East LGA – APC: 7,268 APM: 2,785 PDP: 3,482

Ewekoro LGA – APC: 6,492 APM: 7,588 PDP: 1,418

Sagamu LGA – APC: 23,737 APM: 14,469 PDP: 4,415

Abeokuta South LGA – APC: 19,414 APM: 18,767 PDP: 1770

Ijebu East LGA – APC: 10,726 APM: 5,147 PDP: 5,296

Ogun Waterside LGA – APC: 8,957 APM: 5,803 PDP: 3,211

Abeokuka North LGA – APC: 12,130 APM: 16,708 PDP: 951

Imeko Afon – APC: 2,657 APM: 7,401 PDP: 529

Ikene LGA – APC: 15,109 APM: 6,553 PDP: 1,040

Egbado South LGA – APC: 8,804 APM: 13,622 PDP: 1,721

Obafemi Owode LGA – APC: 13,660 APM: 8,303 PDP: 2,233

Remo North LGA – APC: 7,437 APM: 4,987 PDP: 930

Ijebu Ode LGA – APC: 13,234 APM: 4,401 PDP: 7,289

Ipokia LGA – APC: 12,890 APM: 26,491 PDP: 1,846

Egbado North LGA – APC: 7,742 APM: 12,208 PDP: 1,590

Ijebu North LGA – APC: 10,574 APM: 7,477 PDP: 21,851

Ifo LGA – APC: 15,642 APM: 17,614 PDP: 2,684

Odeda LGA – APC: 8,030 APM: 6,454 PDP: 1,041

Odogbolu LGA – APC: 12,529 APM: 7,516 PDP: 3,418

Ado Odo Ota LGA – APC: 24,838 APM: 27,859 PDP: 3,575


Oyo – Seyi Makinde (PDP)

Ibadan North West LGA – APC: 10,221 PDP: 20,715

Ibarapa East LGA – APC: 8,646 PDP: 13,002

Atiba LGA – APC: 9,690 PDP: 14,636

Kajola LGA – APC: 12,982 PDP: 13,600

Ido LGA – APC: 8,585 PDP: 16,726

Lagelu LGA – APC: 11,923 PDP: 16,217

Iwajowa LGA – APC: 8,459 PDP: 9,358

Ogbomosho South LGA – APC: 10,984 PDP: 11,236

Afijo LGA – APC: 7,591 PDP: 10,515

Ibadan North East LGA – APC: 12,553 PDP- 30,824

Ibadan South East LGA – APC: 13,277 PDP: 24,556

Atisbo LGA – APC: 9,678 PDP: 10,026

Ogooluwa LGA – APC: 9,547 PDP: 6,152

Surulere LGA – APC: 14,168 PDP: 7,505

Ogbomosho North LGA – APC: 14,442 PDP: 13,035

Ibadan North LGA – APC: 18,868 PDP: 40,786

Egbeda LGA – APC: 13,581 PDP: 24,203

Irepo LGA – APC: 7,862 PDP: 7,633

Oluyole LGA – APC: 9,477 PDP: 18,070

Ona Ara LGA – APC: 7,848 PDP: 14, 430

Akinyele LGA – APC: 12,023 PDP: 23,423

Olorunsogo LGA – APC: 5,277 PDP: 7,554


Plateau – Inconclusive

Jos East LGA – APC: 18,602 PDP: 7,994

Kanke LGA – APC: 23,360 PDP: 22,831

Langtang North LGA – APC: 18,979 PDP: 40,519

Barkin Ladi LGA – APC: 17,039 PDP: 44,233

Bokkos LGA – APC: 26,219 PDP: 25,363

Bassa LGA – APC: 29,401 PDP: 32,825

Mikang LGA – APC: 15,150 PDP: 11,703

Langtang South – APC: 13,495 PDP: 17,644

Pankshin – APC: 35,769 PDP: 24,788

Kanam – APC: 54,394 PDP: 21,956

Jos South – APC: 33,075 PDP: 91,846

Jos North LGA – APC: 108,887 PDP: 67,113

Mangu LGA – APC: 44,964 PDP: 40,035

Wase LGA – APC: 37,593 PDP: 27,485

Riyom LGA – APC: 12,720 PDP: 24,017

Qua’an Pan LGA – APC: 31,962 PDP: 20,939

Shendam LGA – APC: 61,646 PDP: 17,035


Sokoto – Inconclusive

Rabah LGA – APC: 16,535 PDP: 13,232

Kware LGA – APC: 19,001 PDP: 20,011

Silame LGA – APC: 12,341 PDP: 15,923

Binji LGA – APC: 10,699 PDP: 12,367

Bodinga LGA – APC: 20,779 PDP: 21,416

Tureta LGA – APC: 11,454 PDP 13,017

Yabo LGA – APC: 16,012 PDP: 13,299

Wurno LGA – APC: 19,487 PDP: 13,592

Tangaza LGA – APC: 16,374 PDP: 17,661

Gudu LGA – APC: 12,022 PDP: 14,901

Isa LGA – APC: 16,762 PDP: 23,911

Tambuwal LGA – APC: 29,081 PDP: 42,830

Dange Shuni LGA – APC: 23,338 PDP: 22,783

Sabon Birni LGA – APC: 31,234 PDP: 33,395

Sokoto South LGA – APC: 36,779 PDP: 40,059

Goronyo LGA – APC: 20,867 PDP: 19,915

Gada LGA – APC: 25,433 PDP: 20,262

Wammako LGA – APC: 34,834 PDP: 26,171

Sokoto North LGA – APC: 31,230 PDP 35,030

Kebbe LGA – APC: 11,820 PDP: 9,751

Gwadabawa LGA – APC: 24,741 PDP: 21,703

Shagari LGA – APC: 19,359 PDP: 17,959

Illela LGA – APC: 25,908 PDP: 20,370


Taraba

Gassol LGA – APC: 46,385 PDP: 28,181

Zing LGA – APC: 7,105 PDP: 31,619

Ardo-Kola LGA – APC: 19,617 PDP: 22,208

Yorro LGA – APC: 6,712 PDP: 16,278

Lau LGA – APC: 12,542 PDP: 20,881

Ussa LGA – APC: 10,209 PDP: 20,567

Takum LGA – APC: 14,014 PDP: 50,562

Gashaka LGA – APC: 10,746 PDP: 12,592

Jalingo LGA – APC: 58,511 PDP: 31,917

Bali LGA – APC: 31,357 PDP: 34,744

Ibi LGA – APC: 18,616 PDP: 13,630

Donga LGA – APC: 13,707 PDP: 42,696

Wukari LGA – APC: 34,995 PDP: 92,527

Kurmi LGA – APC: 3,815 PDP: 28,519

Karim-Lamido LGA – APC: 44,480 PDP: 34,892

Sardauna LGA – APC: 29,924 PDP: 38,618


Zamfara – Mukhtar Shehu (APC)

Bubgudu LGA – APC: 41,335 PDP: 18,329

Kauran Namoda LGA – APC: 38,937 PDP: 14,647

Birnin Magaji LGA – APC: 26,278 PDP: 7,850

Gusau LGA – APC: 67,299 PDP: 22,441

Talatan Mafara LGA – APC: 66,151 PDP: 12,691

Zurmi LGA – APC: 38,535 PDP: 13,194

Maradun LGA – APC: 24,210 PDP: 18,864

Bukuyum LGA – APC: 30,142 PDP: 12,010

Gummi LGA – APC: 56,970 PDP: 13,418

Anka LGA – APC: 20,986 PDP: 8,292

Bakura LGA – APC: 45,467 PDP: 15,331

Maru LGA – APC: 17,582 PDP: 9,830

Shinkafi LGA – APC: 18,890 PDP: 5,707

Tsafe LGA – APC: 41,387 PDP: 16,764


APC’s Mukhtar Shehu Wins Zamfara Governorship Election

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Okowa Re-Elected As Delta State Governor

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A file photo of Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa.

 

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has declared the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Ifeanyi Okowa, winner of the governorship election in Delta State. Read More 


 

El-Rufai Re-Elected As Governor Of Kaduna

El-Rufai on a queue at his Polling Unit on Saturday. Channels TV/Sodiq Adelakun

 

Kaduna State Governor Nasiru El-Rufai has been re-elected as the governor of the state.

The Collation Officer in the state, Professor Mohammed Bello, declared him winner of the governorship election on Monday. Read More



March 10 – Voting ends, collation of results ongoing.


10:58 am: Collation of results ongoing at the INEC office in Ilorin, the Kwara State.

The results for 15 out of the 16 local government areas of the state have been collated.


10:50 am: Collation of results is yet to commence in Zamfara State. The collation centre is at the INEC headquarters in Gusau, the state capital.


10:17 am: Collation of results from Saturday’s elections in Kastina State is about to begin.

The collation officer is the Vice Chancellor of Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, Professor Abdullahi Zuru.

Other stakeholders present at the collation centre include representatives of various security agencies, party agents, independent monitors, and INEC officials from the state and federal levels.

Other states are also getting prepared for the exercise. They are Enugu, Benue, Abia, Plateau, Gombe, Oyo, Adamawa, and Ogun.

The collation centre in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.


9:13 am: In Anambra, APGA candidates won a majority of the seats in the State House of Assembly while those of the PDP won a few.

A re-run election for Idemili North and South Federal constituency which became more critical on Saturday was finally concluded with APGA candidate, Mr Ifeanyi Ibezi, polling 29,566 votes to defeat the incumbent PDP member, Obinna Chidoka, who got 26,026 votes.

A file photo of Mr Ifeanyi Ibezi

Similarly, APGA candidate, Chuma Umeoji, took the day at the re-run election in Aguata Federal constituency with 15,942 votes to beat his closest PDP rival who polled 12,440, while the YPP and APC candidates garnered 4,606 and 2,758 votes respectively.


8:24 am: Results from the House of Assembly election in Gombe State indicate that members of the APC have won most of the seats.

In some of the places, some PDP members have conceded defeat and congratulated the winners.


3:31 am: The Oyo State Police Command has also confirmed the killing of Temitope Olatoye by gunmen.

The Commissioner of Police in the state, Shina Olukolu, said the lawmaker was ambushed while efforts are ongoing to arrest the suspects.


Millions of electorate in most states across the country are awaiting the announcement of results of Saturday’s elections.

While results of the State House of Assembly election have been coming in from some states, winners of governorship polls have yet to be announced.

Stay with us for updates.


Thank you for staying with us. Join us tomorrow for more minute-by-minute updates.

9:55 pm: The lawmaker representing Lagelu /Akinyele Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Temitope Olatoye, has been shot dead by a yet to be identified group of armed men. READ MORE.


8:52 pm: The governorship candidate of Alternative Party of Nigeria in Kwara has called for the cancellation of the election in the state.

Mr Muhammed Abubakar said he has demanded the cancellation of the poll over the omission of his party’s name and logo from the ballot papers by INEC.


7:43 pm: The police have warned politicians in Kano State that INEC should be allowed to conclude collation of election results and declare authentic winners before any celebrations.

They explained that this was to maintain peace and harmony and avoid any incident of accident and breach of peace in the state.


7:05 pm: The Enugu State Police Command has confirmed the killing of one person at Igboeze North Local Government Area of the state. READ MORE.

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5:58 pm: Violence was recorded in most polling units in Kogi State. READ MORE.


5:15 pm: Election is about to commence in some parts of Ojota in Kosofe LGA of Lagos State.


5:10 pm: Voting ended at exactly 2 pm in most polling centres in Rivers State.

However, some electoral officers alleged that election results and materials were hijacked in some areas, although no case of loss of life has been reported during the exercise.


5:03 pm: A member of the civil society group reported a case of violence at Mbalom in Benue State.

She said the exercise suffered a setback as electoral materials including ballot papers were set ablaze.


4:49 pm: Results have been coming in from some polling units across the Country.

In Gombe State, Governor Ibrahim Dankwombo lost his polling unit – Hassan Manzo.

The presiding officer of the unit, Auwal Usman, announced that the APC got 263 votes while PDP scored 201.


4:25 pm: Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, casts his vote in Gwaranga polling unit in Bogoro Local Government Area of Bauchi State.


4:06 pm: The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, has cast his vote in one of the polling units in the state.

The traditional ruler called on stakeholders to remain peaceful no matter the outcome of the election.


3:50 pm: 44 policemen are reported to have been involved in an accident at Gwagwalada on the outskirt of Abuja, on their way out of the nation’s capital.

The acting Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, has visited some of the police officers at the National Hospital, Abuja.


3:14 pm: Voting has ended and sorting has commenced at Angwan Tsakuwa polling Unit in Obi LGA of Nasarawa State.

Similarly in Oyo State, counting of votes is ongoing at many polling units visited by Channels TV crew in Ibadan.



2:36 pm: Voting going on peacefully at Rumueme and Obio in Port Harcourt and Akpor LGAs of Rivers State.


2:23 pm: Former Edo State governor, Mr Adams Oshiomhole casts his ballot at unit 1 ward 10, Uzaire North East in Etsako West LGA.


2:10 pm: Voting has ended in Ward 7 Oredo LGA of Edo State.

Electoral officials are sorting and counting the ballot papers.


1:53 pm: Former Cross River State governor, Donald Duke, casts his vote at his polling unit.

1:17 pm: Governor Tanko Al-Makura and his wives cast their votes at Lungun Wambai polling unit in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital.


1:10 pm: Governor Badaru Abubakar cast his vote at Arewa ward polling unit in Jigawa State where there was a low turnout of voters.


1:02 pm: Governor Ibikunle Amosun casts his vote at one of the polling units in Ogun State.


12:45 pm: A governorship candidate in Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha, casts his vote at Mbutu ward in Aboh Mbaise LGA.


Meanwhile, Senate President Bukola Saraki and some prominent Nigerians took to Twitter to share their voting experience;


12:17 pm: Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku, and his wife, Anna, Ishaku, have cast their ballots at polling unit 004 Kofan Sarkin Jukun Sabo, Gawetum ward in Takum LGA.


12:12 pm: A governorship candidate in Bauchi State, Bala Muhammed, casts his vote at Yelwan Duguri Central Primary School in Alkaleri LGA.


12:03 pm: Former Oyo State Governor, Adebayo Alao-Akala, casts his vote with members of his family at Ward 10 Unit 13, Taara In Ogbomosho.


11:54 am: A governorship candidate in Lagos, Babatunde Gbadamosi, casts his vote at one of the polling units in Ikorodu.


11:49 am: Governor Ben Ayade and his wife cast their votes at Ipong polling unit, Kakum ward in Cross River State.


11: 46 am: A governorship candidate in Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Sule, casts his vote at 001 Motor Park polling unit in his hometown in Gudi.


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11:37 am: A governorship candidate, Nsima Ekere, and wife cast their votes at unit 004, Edemeya Ward 1 in Ikot Abasi LGA of Akwa Ibom State.


11:30 am: Voting commenced early at 012 Yalwa, Garkar Malam Isa Polling unit Galadima Ward in Mafara LGA, the home town of Zamfara State Governor, Abdul’Aziz Yari.


11:21 am: Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, casts his vote at his polling unit at ward 2 unit 5, Toru Orua in Sagbama LGA.


EFCC operatives have intercepted bags full of money suspected to be meant for vote-buying at North Bank Area in Makurdi, the Benue State capital. READ MORE.


11:11 am: Governor Mohammed Abubakar and his wives cast their votes at their polling unit in Bauchi State.


10:58 am: A governorship candidate in Lagos, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, casts his vote at his polling unit.


10:50 am: A governorship candidate in Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, casts his ballot in company with his wife, Omini, at Ward 011 Unit 001 Abayomi, Iwo Road in Ibadan North East LGA.

He commended the exercise but said there are reports of ballot box snatching in some parts of the state.


10:42 am: A governorship candidate in Lagos, Jimi Agbaje, casts his vote at ward 004 Takoradi road, Apapa.


10:35 am: Governor Abubakar Bello has cast his vote in his hometown, Kontagora in Niger State.

He urged the security personnel to be at alert, although the exercise in Kontagora is experiencing a low turnout.



10:30 am: Governor Udom Emmanuel and his wife, Martha, cast their vote at one of the polling units in Akwa Ibom State.


10:22 am: Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, arrives at ward 4 Oredo to cast his vote.


10:18 am: Massive turnout of voters at Ward 3 polling unit 1 in Iregun, Iperu where a governorship candidate in Ogun State, Mr Dapo Abiodun, is expected to cast his vote.


10:12 am: Voting ongoing at Arewa ward in Babura LGA of Jigawa State. However, there is a low turnout of voters.


10:06 am: Voters at polling units at Mile 2 estate in Amuwo Odofin LGA of Lagos have been left stranded.

INEC’s ad-hoc staff in the area told Channels TV that they would not conduct the election until they receive their unpaid wages.


10:01 am: INEC officials arrived late with voting materials at about 9:15 am at Unit 17 Ahiafor/Umuru Ward 5 in Isiala Ngwa South LGA of Abia State.

This is where a governorship candidate, Dr Alex Otti, is expected to cast his vote.


9:48 am: Accreditation and voting commenced early at Muzilci ward in Kano Municipal LGA.

The exercise has been peaceful so far as the electorate wait on the queue to get accredited and cast their votes.


Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, Aisha, have cast their votes at Kofar Baru 003 polling unit, Sarkin Yara Ward 3 in Daura, Katsina State. READ MORE.


A primary school containing all electoral materials for Mbalom ward in Gwer East Local Government Area of Benue State has been set ablaze. READ MORE.


9:40 am: EFCC officials monitoring vote-buying at various voting centres in Edo State.



9:35 am: Accreditation and voting ongoing in virtually all the polling units in Kaduna State capital and other neighbouring LGAs, such as Chikun, Igabi, Kaduna North, and Kaduna South.

The State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, joins the queue to cast his vote at Ungwar Sariki polling unit in Kaduna North LGA.


9:30 am: Voting in progress in Gwadawa ward in Jimeta, Yola. The exercise has been going on smoothly so far in Adamawa State.


9:25 am: Voting has commenced in most of the polling units across Ilorin, the Kwara State capital.

INEC officials arrived as early as 6:30 am in most of the units while voters were already on the ground.


9:14 am: Voting ongoing at a polling unit in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.


9:12 am: Governor Yahaya Bello casts his vote at Agasa in Okene Local Government Area of Kogi State.


9:08 am: INEC officials sorting electoral materials at a polling unit in Anifowoshe Primary School, in Ikeja area of Lagos.


9:02 am: Voting commenced as early as 8 am at most polling units in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom State capital.


8:52 am: Major logistics and deployment problems at Anglican School, Ogudu in Kosofe Local Government Area of Lagos State.

Materials and personnel have yet to be deployed.


8:46 am: Voting commenced as early as 8 am at Amube ward 1 in Orba Udenu Local Government Area of Enugu State.

This is the polling unit where Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi is expected to cast his vote.


8:35 am: INEC officials have arrived with election materials at Ndume Ohokobe ward in Abia State.

Although this is an improvement compared to the last elections where voting was shifted to the next day, voting is yet to commence.


8:24 am: Election materials arrive at ward 2 unit 5 in Sagbama LGA of Bayelsa State.


8:15 am: Accreditation and voting ongoing at unit 11, ward 10, Okesa in Ado, the Ekiti State capital.


8:10 am: Voting set to commence at ward 4 in Oredo LGA in Benin City.


8:02 am: INEC officials already at one of the polling units at Queen Amina Gate in Kaduna South Local Government Area.


7:58 am: All is set for voting to commence at Capital School in Yola, the Adamawa State capital where there are six polling units.


7:51 am: Security operatives enforce movement restriction in Bauchi State.

However, those on essential duties and electorate who are voting elsewhere other than the areas they live, and are able to present their voter cards as proof, are allowed access.


7:40 am: INEC officials and voters are stranded and waiting for the voting centre to be opened at ward 2 in Oredo Local Government Area (LGA) in Benin City, Edo State.


7:34 am: At Kofan Sarkin Jukun, Sabo Polling unit 004, the electoral officers are getting set for the election to commence as all materials both sensitive and non-sensitive are on the ground.

This is where Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku, is expected to cast his vote.


6:05 am: Roadblock at the Otedola Bridge along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. Security operatives are enforcing movement restriction to ensure that only those on special duties can move freely.


5:17 am: Collection and distribution of materials from the Registration Area Centre for Naraguta B at Government College, Zaria Road in Plateau State, commenced as early as 5:00 am.