Tuesday, March 31, 2015

INEC Resumes Announcement Of Results For Remaining States

The Independent National Electoral Commission started announcing the results of the March 28, 2015 Presidential Election which took place in the country yesterday. Eight states were first announced around noon including the FCT, while more States were announced at night. Hopefully the rest of the other states which were not available yesterday will be available today so the commission can move forward with the final declaration of the results. The results shall be updated here soon as they are announced. 

1:05pm: Jega calls for a 30-minute break to process results from Benue and Adamawa States. So they will be back in 30 minutes.

From Reuters News Agency: "With three states left to count, #Nigeria's #Buhari leads by three million votes", the news agency says.

Update at 12:48pm: An APC party agent has asked why the results from Rivers State were delayed. And here’s how Prof. Jega answered him;

"Sunday morning, I received a petition from APC demanding for the cancellation & rescheduling of elections. We have established that elections were held in Rivers State. We cannot establish cancellation of results either. The decision of the commission is that we will take the results of the elections in Rivers State," he said. The results are now being announced.

RIVERS
AA: 1066
AD: 1104
ACPN:525
ADC:1031
APA:513
APC:69,238
CPP:577
HOPE:542
KOWA:2274
NCP:565
PDP:1,487,075 (PDP Wins)
PPN:492
UDP:303
UPP:156

NO of POLITICAL PARTIES: 14  REG. VOTERS: 2,324,300 ACCR VOTERS: 1,643,409

CROSS RIVER
AA-279
ACPN-514
AD-709
ADC-749
APA-532
APC-28,368
CPP-381
HOPE-237
KOWA-312
NCP-930
PDP-414,863 (PDP Wins)
PPN-864
UDP-289
UPP-1,487

VALID VOTES: 450,514 REJECTED VOTES;15,392 TOTAL: 465,906

GOMBE

AA-104
ACPN-192
AD-169
ADC-247
APA-773
APC-361,245 (APC Wins)
CPP-407
HOPE-46
KOWA-97
NCP-227
PDP-96,873
PPN-157
UDP-25
UPP-37

VALID VOTES: 460,599 REJECTED VOTES; 12,845 TOTAL: 473,444

BAYELSA

AA-45
ACPN-38
AD-69
ADC-116
APA-70
APC-5,194
CPP-44
HOPE-18
KOWA-52
NCP-95
PDP-361,209 (PDP Wins)
PPN-62
UDP-20
UPP-35

VALID VOTES: 367,067 REJECTED VOTES; 4,672 TOTAL:371,739. More states below.

LAGOS

AA-1795
ACPN-3038
AD-4,453
ADC-2072
APA-2177
APC-792,460 (APC Wins)
CPP-1125
HOPE-255
KOWA-1000
NCP-1,430
PDP-632,327
PPN-1,041
UDP-269
UPP-244

VALID VOTES: 1,443,686 REJECTED VOTES; 52,289 TOTAL: 1,495,975

NIGER

AA-307
ACPN-441
AD-403
ADC-614
APA-2,006
APC-657,678 (APC Wins)
CPP-1,264
HOPE-198
KOWA-305
NCP-550
PDP-149,222
PPN-449
UDP-116
UPP-118

VALID VOTES: 813,671 VOTES CAST: 844,683 REJECTED VOTES: 31,012

EBONYI

AA-426
ACPN-1,214
AD-1,133
ADC-2,704
APA-2,452
APC-19,518
CPP-2345
HOPE-989
KOWA-913
NCP-1890
PDP-323,653 (PDP Wins)
PPN-1168
UDP-624
UPP-4859

VALID VOTES: 363,888 VOTES CAST: 393,337 REJECTED VOTES: 29,449

40 comments:

  1. APC-3 PDP-3. Ok, lets go there

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    1. #PDPTantrums, #PDPsorelosers

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  2. See as APC floored everybody for Niger

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  3. So who is leading now

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  4. So with all the confirmed rigging and violence in River state, INEC will still go ahead to declare it. That is unfair

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  5. All we are saying give us B U H A R I

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    1. Given what is on ground, na jonathan people want

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  6. All we are saying give us B U H A R I

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  7. All we are saying give us B U H A R I

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  8. Over one vote for PDP in Rivers. Humm, i smell a fish here

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  9. Even d blind saw dt rivers election ws rigged, all d same APC is leading... CHANGE has come

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  10. How many state remain now

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  11. I thought APC would give PDP several gap in Lagos

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  12. I hope PDP will not use crook means to win

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  13. Tension all over me. Can't wait for the final result to be declared

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  14. Can't wait to dance 'SHOKI'

    Sai baba on my mind

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  15. Can we then say INEC has been compromised given river state result.

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  16. The best man should win. Tired of all this figures

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  17. PDP they will always find a way out.

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  18. Free, fair and credible election on my mind. Is it possible?

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  19. By God's grace the people's choice will emerge

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  20. So what has the international communities and monitoring org. said about this. sure they have to say something because the monitored the election

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  21. All this break don tire me. make them announce winner jor

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  22. Where are the PDPs in the house? Show face o

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  23. Some people will meet their doom today.

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  24. I just hope it will not be a case of the more we look the less we see. Make them no call broom black for us

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  25. The break sef na long thing thing. It's obvious that Professor Attaihiru Jega is scared

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  26. Can't wait to pop champagne. Waiting for GMB to be announced as the winner

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  27. Can't wait to pop champagne. Waiting for GMB to be announced as the winner

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  28. Still waiting for INEC

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