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It is the second day of the 2019 general election which involves the Presidential, Senate and House of Representatives voting.

Voting took place on Saturday, February 23 across polling units in the country.

The election was largely peaceful although their were reports of violence in some parts of Rivers, Bayelsa Osunband Lagos.

In Bayelsa state, 15 political thugs were arrested by security operatives while in Lagos, there were reports of voters' intimidation and burning of ballot boxes and papers while in Osun there were reports of burning of INEC office in Ijebujesa and shooting in Atakumosa East.

The presidential election has largely been seen as a two-horse race between President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party.

Collation of result at the ward and local government has begun in some states.

INEC chairman Yakubu adjourns collation to Monday, February 25, 2019.

Mahmood said: "During the course of the proceedings there may be interludes and adjournments. This is to hereby announce the adjournment of this proceedings to 11 am on Monday, February 25. Thank you and God bless."

Collation commences at 11am today, Monday, February 25. Follow our live updates here as we bring to you accurate official results from the national collation centre.


11:40 AM

 
INEC chairman makes a presentation of the collation result sheets
Mahmood makes a presentation of the collation result sheets in alphabetical order starting with Abia state.

12:57 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: Ekiti state

The Ekiti state electoral officer Idowu has started announcing the results of the presidential election in Ekiti state.

APC - 219,231

APGA - 39

PDP - 154,032
12:30 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: Osun state
Next state, Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, the vice chancellor of the University of Lagos, introduces himself as the collation officer for Osun state.

RESULTS:

ANN - 268

ANP - 67

ANRP - 155

APA - 1897

APC - 347,634

GDPN - 1,081

RAP - 49

MPN - 53

KP - 46

PT - 89

PDP - 337,377

UPN - 45

WTPN - 19

YPP - 189

Total valid votes - 714,682

Rejected votes - 17,200

Total votes cast - 732,88

12:57 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: Ekiti state

The Ekiti state collation officer, Professor Olayinka Idowu, has started announcing the results of the presidential election in Ekiti state.

RESULTS

APC - 219,231

APGA - 39

PDP - 154,032

PPA - 253

PPC - 126

PPN - 49

PT - 20

RAP - 14

RBNP - 11

RP - 6

SDP - 48

SNC - 339

SNP - 37

UDP - 17

UP - 11

UPN - 20

WTPN - 10

YES - 11

YPP - 68

Total valid votes for 16 local government areas in Ekiti - 381,132

Rejected votes - 12,577 votes

Total votes cast - 393,709

NOTE: Idowu said the result was as collated by himself and signed by two party agents.

After the announcement, the collation officer handed over Ekiti presidential result sheets to the INEC chairman

NOTE: The result, according to the collation officer, was signed by 20 party agents.

The electoral officer said 12,082 were cancelled after reconciliation due to cases of over voting from some local government areas.

14:41 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: FCT
INEC chairman, Mahmood reconvenes collation of the presidential election results.

Mohammed Sali Suleiman, VC for Nasarawa State University set to present results from FCT.

A - 69

AA - 51

AAC - 583

ACPN - 48

ADP - 145

ANP - 82

ANRP - 205

APC - 152,224

APGA - 255

BNPP - 19

CAP - 36

DPP - 284

FRESH - 76

GDPN - 501

GPN - 75

JMPP - 70

MAJA - 32

MMN - 165

NCMP - 19

NIP - 30

NPC - 127

NRM - 49

NUP - 123

PCP - 2921

PDP - 259,997

UDP - 19

UPN - 12

WTPN - 6

YES - 26

YPP - 1,083

The total number of valid votes in FCT - 423,951

Rejected votes - 27,457

Total votes cast - 451,408

NOTE: The collation officer reported that he has only one polling unit in Kuje where election did not hold on Saturday, February 23.

He, however, said that the election later took place on Sunday, February 24, and that the result for the unit is contained in the announced result.

He also stated that there was a total of 1,335,015 registered voters; 467,784 accredited voters.

15:12 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: Kwara state
The INEC chairman called on the vice chancellor of Federal university of Technology Minna, Abdullahi Bala for Kwara state's presidential election results

ACD - 151

ADP - 203

AGAP - 34

ANN - 422

APC - 308,984

AUN - 19

BNPP - 17

CAP - 15

CNP - 18

DPC - 88

DPP - 176

FRESH - 107

HDP - 52

JMPP - 46

LM - 20

LP - 56

MAJA - 68

MMN - 411

NDCP - 16

NPC - 172

NUP - 205

PCP - 2,108

PDP - 138,184

PPA - 531

RP - 39

SDP - 212

SNC - 1,165

UPN - 21

WTPN - 10

YES - 12

Total valid votes: 459,676

Rejected votes: 26,578

Total votes cast: 486,254

"We had cancellation of result at four polling units," the collation officer noted.

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15:29
RESULTS COLLATION: Nasarawa state
The INEC chairman announced that the next state for collation is Nasarawa state

A party agent raised an observation that there is a wide margin in FCT number accredited voters and number of votes, rejected and cancelled.

According to the party agent, the excesses should be seen either in valid, rejected or cancelled as accreditation and voting were done simultaneously.

The INEC chairman agreed that this would be looked into.

Professor Mahmood for called on Professor Azubuike Sunny Nwankwo, the Academic Provost of Nigerian Defence Academy who is the collation officer for Nasarawa state.

Total number of local government areas in Nasarawa state: 13

Total number of registered voters - 1,509,481

Total number of accredited voters - 613,720

AAC - 75

AGAP - 49

ANDP - 12

ANN - 45

ANP - 10

ANRP - 37

APA - 338

APC - 289,903

APP - 20

CNP - 9

DA - 17

DPC - 28

DPP - 133

FRESH - 16

HDP - 3

ID - 13

JMPP - 9

LP - 67

MAJA - 7

MMN - 128

NCP - 47

NDLP - 2

PCP - 1,868

PDP - 283,847

PT - 19

RAP - 17

RP - 8

SDP - 359

UDP - 9

UP - 2

UPN - 8

YES - 1

YPP - 44

Total valid votes - 580,778

Rejected votes - 18,621

Total votes cast - 599,399

NOTE: "There were seven LGA with problems in 86 polling units," the collation officer said.

A short of the summary of 86 polling units from seven local government areas with cancelled results in Nasarawa state:
INEC chairman announces a short break
The INEC chairman announced a 30-minute break for the collation secretariat to get Ondo and Kogi states result ready.

15:29 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: Nasarawa state
The INEC chairman announced that the next state for collation is Nasarawa state

A party agent raised an observation that there is a wide margin in FCT number accredited voters and number of votes, rejected and cancelled.

According to the party agent, the excesses should be seen either in valid, rejected or cancelled as accreditation and voting were done simultaneously.

The INEC chairman agreed that this would be looked into.

Professor Mahmood for called on Professor Azubuike Sunny Nwankwo, the Academic Provost of Nigerian Defence Academy who is the collation officer for Nasarawa state.

Total number of local government areas in Nasarawa state: 13

Total number of registered voters - 1,509,481

Total number of accredited voters - 613,720

AAC - 75

AGAP - 49

ANDP - 12

ANN - 45

ANP - 10

ANRP - 37

APA - 338

APC - 289,903

APP - 20

CNP - 9

DA - 17

DPC - 28

DPP - 133

FRESH - 16

HDP - 3

ID - 13

JMPP - 9

LP - 67

MAJA - 7

MMN - 128

NCP - 47

NDLP - 2

PCP - 1,868

PDP - 283,847

PT - 19

RAP - 17

RP - 8

SDP - 359

UDP - 9

UP - 2

UPN - 8

YES - 1

YPP - 44

Total valid votes - 580,778

Rejected votes - 18,621

Total votes cast - 599,399

NOTE: "There were seven LGA with problems in 86 polling units," the collation officer said.


"Gentlemen and ladies we will reconvene at 5pm," he said.
16:15 PM

 
INEC chairman announces a short break
The INEC chairman announced a 30-minute break for the collation secretariat to get Ondo and Kogi states result ready.

"Gentlemen and ladies we will reconvene at 5pm," he said.

17:36 PM

 
INEC resumes
INEC resumes announcement of results.

17:37 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: ONDO STATE
Mahmood calls on Ondo collation officer.

Ondo with 18 Local government areas had 1,812,567 registered voters

A - 45

AAC 4414

AAP 564

ADC - 6,296

ACPN 414

ADC 6206

ADP 1005

ANDP 101

ANP 100

ANRP 124

APA 717

APC 241,769

APDA 588

APGA 90

BNPP 290

Confusion at national collation centre as the collation officer for Ondo mixes up number of votes gathered by two political parties - CAP and CC. Following series of mix up o the number of votes, the national chairman asks that the collation officer and his colleague step aside to reconcile their results. Mahmood Yakubu asks the REC and collation officer to go and reconcile the figures and be re-invited.

17:55 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: KOGI STATE
Mahmood Yakubu further called on the secretariat to make provision for ruler and light. However, the collation officer was later asked to step down to reconcile his result after he continued with the mistake.

Immediately He stepped down, vice chancellor of the University of Abuja, M. U Atiku was called to present the collated results from Kogi state.

Atiku announced that Kogi with a total of 21 LGAs had 1,640,449 registered voters and 570,773 accredited voters

A 328

AA 83

AAC 250

AAP 134

APP 64

ACPN 204

ADC 4369

ADP 499

AGA 68

ANN 89

APC 285,894

APDA 480

DDP 250

FRESH 59

FJP 47

LP 68

JMPP: 33

MAJA: 40

MMN: 311

NCP 32

PDP: 218,207

PPA 436

SDP 2,226

YES 17

Total valid votes Total valid votes: 521,016

Rejected votes 32480

Total votes cast: 580,649

17:55 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: KOGI STATE
Mahmood Yakubu further called on the secretariat to make provision for ruler and light. However, the collation officer was later asked to step down to reconcile his result after he continued with the mistake.

Immediately He stepped down, vice chancellor of the University of Abuja, Professor Michael Umale Adikwu, was called to present the collated results from Kogi state.

Atiku announced that Kogi with a total of 21 LGAs had 1,640,449 registered voters and 570,773 accredited voters

A 328

AA 83

AAC 250

AAP 134

APP 64

ACPN 204

ADC 4369

ADP 499

AGA 68

ANN 89

APC 285,894

APDA 480

DDP 250

FRESH 59

FJP 47

LP 68

JMPP: 33

MAJA: 40

MMN: 311

NCP 32

PDP: 218,207

PPA 436

SDP 2,226

YES 17

Total valid votes Total valid votes: 521,016

Rejected votes 32480

Total votes cast 553,496

Osita Chidoka, the agent of the PDP, raises some observations concerning violence in Kogi state. He also said a list of areas where the card reader did not work had been forwarded.

18:21 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: GOMBE STATE
Gombe collation officer comes on the stage. He is the vice chancellor of Moddibo Adama University of Technology. He announces that the total number of registered voters is 1,385,191. Total number of accredited voters - 604,240

A 73

AA 52

AAP 157

ACPN 732

ADC 248

ADP 135

ANN 78

ANP 59

ANRP 116

APA 925

APC 402,961

APM 54

FRESH 145

FJP 168

GDPN 1392

LP 41

NCP 69

NUP 166

PCP: 1,679

PDP: 138,484

PPA: 407

PPN: 125

SDP 248

Total valid votes: 554,203

Total votes cast: 580,649

Total number of rejected votes: 26,446.

He said there were problems in 13 polling units because of difficulty in distributing materials to these units. He also said that this difficulty led to total cancellation of 7,090 votes in the Gombe state.

18:37 PM

 
COLLATION OF RESULTS: INEC CHAIRMAN ADJOURNS AGAIN
After the presentation from Gombe state, the INEC chairman grants Ondo collation officer 20 minutes to continue with reconciliation of the state's result.

He further adjourned the collation exercise to 8pm.

20:17 PM

 
INEC resumes
Kayode Shoremekun, the collation officer for the controversial Ondo is re-invited as proceedings and collation of the 2019 presidential election result resumes.

Total number of registered voters: 1,812,567

Total number of accredited voters: 598,586

A 507

AA 4,349

AAC 4,414

ACPN 414

ADC 6296

ADP 1005

AGA 94

ANDP: 101

ANN: 311

APC 241,769

APDA 588

BNPP: 290

CAP: 51

CC: 135

Finally, the returning officer for Ondo state crosses the spot where he got stuck in his previous presentation.

He also receives an applause from the audience

GDPN: 525

JMPP: 44

LM: 51

LP: 1,437

MAJA: 74

MMN: 465

MPN: 128

NCP 133

PCP: 4,829

PDP: 275,901

PPA: 588

PT: 116

SDP: 1,618

UDP: 96

Total valid votes : 555,994

Total number of rejected votes: 30,883

Total votes cast: 586,827

20:43 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: ABIA STATE
Abia returning officer, Chinedum, the Vice chancellor of Alex Ekwueme University begin me his presentation. Total number of registered voters: 1,793,861. Total number of accredited voters: 361,561

AAC 212

AAP 251

ANP 68

ANRP 61

APA 501

APC 85,058

APDA 565

APGA 9638

FRESH 47

BNPP: 23

CC: 18

DA: 40

LP: 92

MAJA: 15

MMN: 85

NIP: 25

NPC 180

PCP: 1,489

PDP: 219,698

PPA: 195

SDP: 472

WTPN: 1

YES: 13

Total number of valid votes: 323,291

The collation officer said results from 59825 were affected by cancellation of results in 98 polling units.

20:57 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: YOBE STATE
Yobe returning officer, Professor Abubakar Musa, the vice chancellor of Federal University Wukari Taraba state, takes the stage.

A 102

AA 41

AAC 137

AAP 147

ADP 107

APA 1023

APC 497,914

APP 63

FRESH 213

GPN: 84

JMPP: 30

LP : 28

NPC: 311

PCP: 2,107

PDP: 50,763

SDP 180

Total number of valid votes: 559,365

Total number of votes cast: 586,137

21:12 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: SITTING ADJOURNED AGAIN
INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, has announced a 40-minute break again. He says the sitting would resume by 10pm for the announcement of the results from Enugu and Ebonyi.

FEB 25 23:18 PM

 
INEC RESUMES ANNOUNCEMENT OF RESULT ONE HOUR LATER
INEC chairman, Yakubu Mahmood walks in at 11.17 pm - an hour 17 minutes later than the scheduled time

FEB 25 23:20 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: ENUGU
Joseph Ahanekwu, the vice chancellor of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, introduces himself as the collation officer for Enugu state.

Total number of LGAs: 17

Total number of registered voters: 1,935,168

456745

A 45

AA 31

AAP 109

ACPN 80

ADC 348

ADP 137

AGAP: 79

ANDP: 27

ANN: 141

ANP: 24

ANRP: 14

APA: 422

APC: 54,423

DPP: 360

FRESH: 63

LP: 27

MAJA: 22

MMN: 48

PCP: 2,337

PDP: 355,553

PPA: 373

SDP: 130

UDP: 43

UPN: 22

WTPN: 10

YES: 11

Total number of valid votes: 421,014

Total number of rejected votes: 30,049

Total number of votes cast: 451,063

Total number of cancelled votes : 2,910 from four polling units

FEB 25 23:37 PM
 
COMPLAINT FROM PARTY AGENT
Noah Abiodun of the PPA, says there are voters not accounted for in all the states. He says in Abia, 17,090 not accounted. He also notes that in Nasarawa, over 14,000 voters remain unaccounted for.He argues that the voters not accounted for could have made a great difference. INEC chairman says this would be looked into before the process is concluded.

0:23 AM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: EBONYI
Professor Francis Eze, vice chancellor of Federal University of Technology Owerri, introduces himself as the collation officer for Ebonyi state.

Total number of registered voters: 1,392,931

Total number of accredited voters: 391,747

A 23

AA 27

AAC 205

ACPN 57

ADC 213

ADP 102

ANN: 683

ANRP: 47

APA: 290

APC: 90,726

APGA 222

AUN: 17

CNB: 35

DA: 35

DPP: 175

FRESH: 54

LM: 28

LP: 96

MAJA: 42

NCP 55

PCP: 1,637

PDP: 258,573

SDP: 452

WTPN: 16

YES: 24

Total number of valid votes: 359,131

Total number of rejected voters: 20,263

Total votes cast 379,394

Total number of votes cast: 379,394

Professor Eze said there were cancellation of votes in some polling units in Ebonyi due to over voting because these units failed to use the smart card readers.

He said a total 62 polling units were affected and 54,668 votes were cancelled.

0:45 AM

 
INEC CHAIRMAN ADJOURNS
The chairman of INEC adjourns collation to 10am on Tuesday, February 26 after he was told the results for Plateau state would take some more minutes to be ready. The collation will begin with Plateau state result and probably all the remaining states, Mahmood said.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Tuesday, February 26, resumed the declaration of the official results for the recently held presidential election.

The INEC had earlier declared the results for the Federal Capital Territory and some states showing that President Muhammadu Buhari was leading.

Anxiety continues as the declaration of results continue. Prof Mahmood Yakubu, the chairman of INEC, says the electoral umpire is sure to complete the declaration.

11:19 AM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: NIGER STATE
Mahmood announces the resumption of the national collation for 2019 presidential election. Calls on collation officer for Niger state.

Announcing her appearance for Niger state is the vice chancellor for the Federal University of Lokoja, Professor Angela Freeman

Total number of registered voters: 2,375,568

Total number of accredited voters: 911,964

And a total of 25 Local government elections areas, which according to the collation officer all successfully had elections in those areas.

Total number of valid votes: 851,937

Total number of rejected votes: 45,039

Total number of votes cast: 896,976

ACD: 777

ACPN: 137

ADC: 588

ADP: 2,582

AGA: 238

ANDP: 145

ANN: 145

ANRP: 169

APA: 1,591

APC: 612,371

CC: 98

DA: 123

FRESH: 172

GDPN: 2,115

JMPP: 65

Lm: 46

LP: 90

MAJA: 98

NNPP: 187

NPC: 422

PCP: 2,855

PDP: 218,052

PT: 96

SDP: 239

UDP: 44

UPN:63

WTPN: 25

YES: 48

YPP: 113

The Niger state collation officer said voting in some polling units was cancelled because here were cases were the card readers could not function due to lack of network and snatching of ballot boxes and pockets of violence.

Total number of polling units affected is 105 units cutting across the 25 local government areas in the state.

With a total of 71,237 cancelled votes in Niger state.

One of the YPP agents raised an objection complaining about issues with card readers. He said in a case where bout 45,000 votes are cancelled, it was not the fault of the electorate. Yakubu says based on the resport before him, he did not hear if the collation officer mentioned a figure of those disenfranchised. He said all the issues raised so far would be looked into.

Yakubu also said the officials from Plateau are safe and would be called after the figures are reconciled.

11:43 AM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: JIGAWA STATE
Mahmood calls in the officials from Jigawa state and Niger collation officer exits. Prof Abdullahi Abdul-Zuru, the vice chancellor of Usman Dan Foddio University, Sokoto describes himself as the collation officer from the state.

Total number of registered voters: 2,104,889

Total number of accredited 1,171,801

A 69

AA 171

AAC 226

ADP 69

ACPN: 97

ADC: 261

ANDP: 90

ANN: 66

ANRP: 147

APA: 1,420

APC: 794,738

APGA: 140

CC: 43

DA: 88

DPP: 166

FRESH 159

GDPN: 3,231

JMPP: 80

MAJA: 198

MMN: 458

NCP: 96

NIP: 44

PCP: 2,761

PDP 289,895

PT 130

SDP: 5,011

UDP: 47

UPN: 16

WTPN: 18

YPP: 67

YES: 71

Total valid votes: 1,106,244

Total rejected votes: 43,678

Total votes cast: 1,149,922.

The collation officer for Jigawa state said there were cancellation in 10 LGAs which affected 30 polling units with 16,014 cancelled votes.

12:13 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: KADUNA STATE
INEC chairman calls on the collation of officer for Kaduna, The vice chancellor of the Federal University of Birnin-Kebbi. He continues to say that Kaduna has a total of 23 local government areas with a total of 3,861,033 registered voters.

Accredited voters: 1,757,868

A 56

AA: 54

AAC: 243

ACPN: 108

AAN: 261

ANP: 439

ANRP: 118

APA: 1,702

APC: 993,445

APGA: 749

CP: 41

DA: 30

FRESH: 115

GDPN: 1,317

JMPP: 41

LP: 55

MAJA: 81

MMN: 806

PCP: 4,027

PDP: 649,612

PPA: 764

SDP: 1,737

SNC: 1,614

UPN: 279

WTPN: 7

YPP: 169

Total number of valid votes: 1,663,603

Total number of rejected votes: 45,402

Total number of votes cast: 1,709,005
12:59 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: OYO STATE
INEC chairman calls on Oyo. Prof Suleiman Abdulkareem introduces himself as the collation officer for Oyo.He says Oyo has 33 local government areas

Total registered voters: 2,796,542.

Total number of accredited voters: 905,007.

AAC: 4,014

AA: 380

AAP: 627

ACPN: 835

ADC: 40,830

ADP: 25,384

ANN: 1,896

ANP: 212

ANRP: 505

APA: 1,094

APC: 365,229

APDA: 685

APGA: 197

CAP: 73

CC: 126

DPP: 1,262

FRESH: 152

GDPN: 1,515

MMN: 770

JMPP: 102

NCP: 194

LP: 360

MAJA: 144

PCP: 5,352

PDP: 366,690

PPA: 1,600

PT: 138

SDP: 766

UPN: 86

WTPN: 46

YES: 167

YPP: 1,608

SDP: 978

UP: 31

UDP: 69

WTPN: 21

YES: 20

YPP: 109

Total valid votes: 836,531

Total number of rejected votes: 54,549

Total number of votes cast: 891,080

Five local government areas with eight polling units were affected with either cancellation of voting process or no voting at all.

A total number of 3,273 were cancelled.

13:28 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: ADAMAWA STATE
INEC chairman calls on Adamawa. The collation officer, introduces himself. He says the state has 21 local governments

Total number of registered voters: 1,959,322

Total number of accredited voters: 874,920

A: 79

AAP: 205

ACD: 324

ACPN: 138

ADC: 3,989

ADP: 329

AGAP: 58

ANDP: 83

ANN: 162

ANP: 121

ANRP: 127

APA: 1,242

APC: 378,078

APDA: 651

APGA: 159

APP: 159

BNPP: 25

CAP: 20

CC: 65

FRESH: 147

GPN: 231

HDP: 67

LP: 61

MAJA: 102

MMN: 575

PDP: 410,266

PCP: 3,670

Total number of valid votes: 811,534

Total number of rejected votes: 49,222

Total number of votes cast: 860,756

He said 22 polling units were cancelled thus affecting 15,505 vocentre.

13:59 PM

 
INEC CHAIRMAN ADJOURNS FOR 1 HOUR
Mahmood Yakubu, the INEC chairman, announces an hour break. He says: "It's already 2pm, so we reconvene at 3pm and take the six states."

Updated: 14:56 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: ANALYSIS
Currently, 18 announcements have been completed with 19 to go for an authentic winner of the election to emerge. The INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, has confirmed that six more states are ready at the National Collation Centre, Abuja.

An analysis by Legit.ng shows that the PDP show has won eight states so far and got 43.9% of votes while the APC secured victory in 10 states, thus leading with 52.46% with an estimated gap of 1,004,011 votes.

The two parties, however, lost out completely in two states each where they met below the 25% threshold. Wile the APC made this loss in Anambra and Enugu, the PDP recorded its in Yobe and Gombe.

Updated: 15:30 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: INEC RECONVENES
The national collation centre is live again as INEC chairman, others take their seats.

Updated: 15:31 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: BAUCHI STATE
The collation officer introduces himself. He said number registered voters in the state is 2,453,512 while the number of accredited voters stands at 1,075,330.

A: 154

AA: 49

AAC: 183

ACP: 81

ADP: 123

ANN: 46

ANRP: 171

APC: 798,428

APDA: 1,211

APGA: 149

BNPP: 11

CAP: 14

CC: 48

ANRP: 171

FRESH: 111

GDPN: 1,269

JMPP: 50

LM: 19

LP: 41

MAJA: 89

MMN: 688

MPN: 95

NCMP: 28

NCP: 84

NEPP: 27

NNPP: 1,657

NUP: 117

PCP: 2,104

PDP: 209,313

RP: 56

SDP: 516

SNC: 1,394

UDP: 27

UPN: 27

WTPN: 17

YES: 16

YPP: 112

Total number of valid votes: 1,024,307

Total number of rejected votes: 37,648

Total number of votes cast: 1,061,955

"Mr chairman, we encountered cancellation in 17 LGAs and 53 polling units and 29,660 votes cancelled," the Bauchi returning officer said.

Osita Chidoka of the PDP raises concern about the legality of elections in various stated especially in the northern part of the Nigeria. He called on the INEC chairman to make a projection on the card readers used during the election processes in this state and all parts of the country. He also said the party had written a petition on the issue and addressed to the chairman of INEC.

However, He also said the party has written a petition on the issue and addressed to the chairman of INEC. However responding, the chairman of the INEC said there are avenues for receiving petition addressed to the commission.

He urged the PDP to forward the party's petition to the INEC office for due attention.

Also objecting to the issue raided by Chidoka, the APC spokesperson, Festus Keyamo, said their are procedures to this things.

He said the APC have remained calm despite information at its disposal of massive thumb printing of ballot papers by the opposition in Akwa Ibom.

He said the APC have remained calm despite information at its disposal of massive thumb printing of ballot papers by the opposition in Akwa Ibom state.

The INEC chairman further assured that issues raised would be addressed by the commission while urging parties to send their petition to INEC through the appropriate channel.

Mahmood said the INEC is still open and this venue only serve as a collation centre.

16:18 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: OGUN STATE
Ogun collation officer and urning officer mounts the platform with total number of registered voters as 2,336,887

Total number of accredited voters: 613,397

AAC: 3,196

ADP: 7705

AGA: 355

AGAP: 147

ANDP: 269

ANN: 1,509

APA: 1233

APC: 281,762

CAP: 51

CNP: 121

DPC: 343

DPP: 734

FRESH: 174

GDPN: 1,258

LP: 205

MAJA: 125

PCP: 3,563

PDP: 194, 655

SDP: 1,374

SNP: 1,030

UPN: 137

YES: 276

Total valid votes: 564,256

Rejected votes: 41,682

Total votes cast: 605,938.

He said there were 9680

There were cancellation in 48 polling units with a total of 42,176 votes.

16:33 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: EDO STATE
The collation officer for Edo state, Prof Ndowa Lale, the vice chancellor of University of Port Harcourt, says the state has 18 LGAs.

Total number of registered voters: 2,150,127

Total number of accredited voters: 604,917

AA: 162

AAC: 3,106

AAP: 473

APC: 267,842

APGA: 143

APM: 29

APP: 99

CAP: 17

GDPN: 666

HDP: 21

MMN: 342

NAC: 26

NIP: 47

NPC: 258

PCP: 3,526

PDP: 275,691

UPD: 47

UPN: 22

WTPN: 20

YES: 37

YPP: 531

Total number of valid votes: 560,711

Total rejected votes: 38,517

Total votes cast: 599,228

Updated: 15:59 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: LAGOS STATE
Mahmood immediately invited the collation officer for Lagos state, Professor Felix Salako of the Federal University of Agriculture (FUNAAB), Abeokuta, Ogun.

Total number of registered voters: 6,313,507

Accredited voters: 1,196,490

A: 5948

AAC: 8910

AAP: 675

ACD: 948

ACPN: 572

ADC: 2,915

ADP: 1,262

ANN: 6,946

ANP: 468

ANRP: 320

APA: 1,494

APC: 580,825

APDA: 846

APGA: 499

NAC: 359

NCP:219

NDCP: 44

NDLP: 70

NEPP: 74

NFD: 447

NIP: 133

PCP: 8458

PDP: 448,015

PPA: 759

SDP: 770

SNP: 162

UDP: 79

UP: 49

UPN: 69

YES: 138

YPP: 5,733

Total valid votes: 1,089,567

Total rejected votes: 67,023

Total votes cast: 1,156,599

Number of cancelled polling units in Lagos state is 188 with a total of 141,256 cancelled votes.


Result showing PDP's score in Lagos

Result showing APC score in Lagos
Updated: 16:18 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: OGUN STATE
Ogun collation officer and urning officer mounts the platform with total number of registered voters as 2,336,887

Total number of accredited voters: 613,397

AAC: 3,196

ADP: 7705

AGA: 355

AGAP: 147

ANDP: 269

ANN: 1,509

APA: 1233

APC: 281,762

CAP: 51

CNP: 121

DPC: 343

DPP: 734

FRESH: 174

GDPN: 1,258

LP: 205

MAJA: 125

PCP: 3,563

PDP: 194, 655

SDP: 1,374

SNP: 1,030

UPN: 137

YES: 276

Total valid votes: 564,256

Rejected votes: 41,682

Total votes cast: 605,938.

He said there were 9680

There were cancellation in 48 polling units with a total of 42,176 votes.


Ogun result for APC
Updated: 16:33 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: EDO STATE
The collation officer for Edo state, Prof Ndowa Lale, the vice chancellor of University of Port Harcourt, says the state has 18 LGAs.

Total number of registered voters: 2,150,127

Total number of accredited voters: 604,917

AA: 162

AAC: 3,106

AAP: 473

APC: 267,842

APGA: 143

APM: 29

APP: 99

CAP: 17

GDPN: 666

HDP: 21

MMN: 342

NAC: 26

NIP: 47

NPC: 258

PCP: 3,526

PDP: 275,691

UPD: 47

UPN: 22

WTPN: 20

YES: 37

YPP: 531

Total number of valid votes: 560,711

Total rejected votes: 38,517

Total votes cast: 599,228


Results from Edo showing the figure of the APC in the election

PDP results from Edo
Updated: 16:45 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: BENUE STATE
Sebastian Maimaku, the VC of the University of Jos, is the collation officer for Benue state.

Total number of registered voters 2,391,276

Total number of accredited voters: 786,069

A: 153

AA: 242

AAP: 192

ABP: 47

ACD: 138

ADC: 554

AGA: 138

AGAP: 159

ANDP: 64

ANN: 201

ANP: 61

APA: 807

APC: 347,668

APGA: 4,582

CC: 29

CNP: 75

FRESH: 76

GDPN: 666

JMPP: 37

LP: 594

MAJA: 57

MMN: 407

NIP: 55

NUP: 228

PCP: 2,793

PDP: 356,817

PPN: 113

RAP: 39

SDP: 4,927

SNP: 85

UDP: 135

UNP: 31

WTPN: 75

YES: 47

YPP: 557

Total valid votes: 728,912

Total rejected votes: 34,960

Total votes cast: 763,872

He said elections were cancelled in some units in 16 of the local governments and these affected 172 polling units and 122, 989 voters. He explained that the refusal of the voters to use the smart card readers and cases of over-voting affected these units.


APC result from Benue

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Updated: 17:04 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: IMO STATE
Professor Benjamin Uzumba of University of Nigeria Nsukka introduces himself as the collation officer for Imo state

Total number of registered voters: 2,037,569

Total number of accredited voters: 585,741

ADP: 421

AGAP: 273

ANDP: 97

ANN: 119

ANP: 38

ANRP: 98

APA: 1,658

APC: 140,463

APDA: 1,847

APGA: 10,880

APP: 92

BNPP: 25

CAP: 13

CC: 44

DPC: 80

DPP: 255

FRESH: 71

JMPP: 22

LP: 337

MPN: 61

NAC: 126

MAJA: 112

NDCP: 22

NDLP: 33

NPC: 223

PCP: 4,883

PDP: 334,923

SDP: 772

UDP: 105

UP: 31

UPN: 20

Total accredited votes: 511, 586

Total rejected votes: 31,191

Total votes cast: 542,777

In 12 of the local governments some polling units - 97 - were cancelled with 63,048 votes affected. Mahmood Yakubu announces five-minute break for some people to answer the call of nature.
18:03 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: PLATEAU STATE
Collation officer: Prof. A.K. Richard

Total No: Reg Voters:2,423,381

Total No: of Accredited:1,074,042

Total Votes Cast:1,062,862

Total Valid Votes:1,034,853

Rejected Votes:28,009

AAC: 268

ADC: 590

ADP:1,395

APC: 468,555

PDP: 548,665

SDP: 599

UP: 80

WTPN: 19

YES: 62

YPP: 200

Updated: 18:05 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: KANO STATE
Total number of registered voters: 5,391,581

Total number of accredited voters: 2,006,410

AA: 221

AAC: 416

AAP: 410

ACD: 250

ACPN: 194

ADP: 439

AGAP: 138

ANN; 114

ANRP: 264

APA: 272

APC: 1,464,768

AUN: 56

BNPP: 47

CNP: 92

FRESH: 331

GDPN: 4,643

LP: 118

MAJA: 183

NCP: 174

NIP: 94

NPC: 523

PCP: 3,568

PDP: 391,593

PPA: 1,012

PPN: 322

PT: 177

SDP: 635

SNC: 3,362

UP: 80

WTPN: 19

YES: 62

YPP: 200

Total number of valid votes: 1,891,134

Total number of rejected votes: 73,617

Total votes cast: 1,964,751

According to the returning officer for Kano state, 17 local governments were affected with 69 polling units cancelled .

He also noted that 43,900 votes were affected and cancelled due to the incidents of refusal to use the smart card readers.


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Updated: 18:25 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: KATSINA STATE
Fatima Mukhtar, the vice chancellor of University Dutse for Katsina state

Total number of LGAs: 34

Total number of registered voters: 3,210,422

Total number of accredited voters: 1,628,865

AA: 48

AAC: 186

AAP: 142

ACPN: 84

ADP: 140

AGA: 95

ANDP: 52

ANN: 82

APA: 1,662

APC: 1,232,133

CAP: 31

CNP: 24

FRESH: 103

GDPN: 222

KP: 45

LM: 33

LP: 45

MAJA: 67

NCP: 77

PCP: 2,399

PDP: 308,056

PT: 61

RAP: 94

SDP: 150

SNC: 947

UDP: 96

UP: 13

WTPN: 6

YPP: 61

Total number valid votes: 1,555,473

Total rejected votes: 63,712

Total votes cast: 1,619,185

Twenty polling units were cancelled with 12,027 votes affected.


The INEC boss receiving Katsina result

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Updated: 18:47 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: TARABA STATE
Professor Shehu Iya, the deputy vice chancellor of Modibbo Adama University, Yola for Taraba state.

Total number of registered voters: 1,777,105

Total number of accredited voters: 756,111

AA: 254

AAC: 116

AAP: 76

ACD: 101

ACPN: 218

ADC: 211

ANDP: 34

ANN: 35

APA: 572

APC: 324,906

APDA: 374

BNPP: 15

CC: 25

CNP: 57

FRESH: 67

GDPN: 1,052

JMPP : 21

LP: 27

MAJA: 45

PCP: 321

PDP: 374,743

Total valid votes: 712,877

Total rejected votes: 28,687

Total votes cast: 741,564

Election did not hold in some of the polling units

57 polling units were affected and 45,066 were cancelled in Taraba state


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Updated: 19:08 PM

 
Collation adjourned to 8.30pm
The INEC chairman announced that the collation will resume at 8.30pm for the remaining states to come through.

"Ladies and gentlemen, since we are waiting for the states to get ready, at this juncture we have to adjourn," Mahmood said.

"We will reconvene at 8.30pm, we are going to take all the remaining states, all of them, this night," Mahmood said emphatically.

Updated: 21:16 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: CROSS RIVER STATE
Total registered votes: 1,512,915

Total accredited voters: 461,033

APM: 13

APP: 31

ASD: 30

APC: 117,302

HDP: 14

ID: 25

JMPP: 45

KP: 12

LM: 6

LP: 29

NCMP: 19

NDCP: 24

NUP: 60

PCP: 2,033

PDP: 295,737

SDP: 1,395

SNP: 33

UDP: 23

UP: 46

UPN: 89

WTPN: 4

YES: 16

YPP: 217

Total number of valid votes: 421,901

Total number of rejected votes: 24,145

Total number of votes cast: 446,046

26 polling units and 132,189 votes were cancelled in Cross River state

Cross Rivers collation officer after an objection from a Mega Party agent said there had been a reconciliation of the votes collated from the state.

Apologising for the wrong projection, the collation officer noted that the corrected version is : total number of valid votes is 421,901; total number of rejected votes, 24,145 while the total number of votes cast is 446,046.


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Updated: 21:37 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: AKWA IBOM STATE
Professor Osaze Oroese, the vice chancellor of the University of Benin introduces himself and the collation officer for Akwa Ibom state .

Total number of LGAs: 31

Total number of registered voters: 2,119,727

Total number of accredited voters: 695,677

AA: 46

AAC: 22

AAP: 227

ABP: 99

ADC: 230

AGA: 41

ANDP: 23

ANN: 95

ANRP: 23

APA: 277

APC: 175,429

AUN: 14

BNPP: 30

CAP: 2

GDPN: 464

GPN: 157

JMPP: 32

KP: 10

LP: 42

MAJA: 14

MMN: 110

NPC: 191

NUP: 27

PCP: 1,902

PDP: 395,832

PPA: 432

SDP: 92

SNC: 214

UPN: 17

WTPN: 26

YES: 18

YPP: 118

Total valid votes: 578,775

Total rejected votes: 26,365

Total votes cast: 605,140

Problem in 10 Local government areas affected voting in 272 polling units

Total number of voters affected is 195,799

The collation officer said the Electoral Officer in one of the LGA was abducted and beaten to pulp.

He said the EO was later rescued by some soldiers and taken to Oron for safety while all the Electoral materials were destroyed .

He added that the EO is currently receiving treatment in an undisclosed hospitvotes.
Updated: 22:00 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: BORNO STATE
Samila Ibrahim, the vice chancellor ATBU Bauchi state, introduceD himself as the collation officer for Borno state.

Total number of registered voters: 2,319,434

Total number of accredited voters: 987,290

ADP: 75

ACD: 165

ACPN: 125

ADC: 301

ADP: 104

ANDP: 53

ANN: 29

ANRP: 136

APA: 1,219

APC: 836,496

DPP: 177

FRESH: 93

GDPN: 478

GPN: 262

HDP: 29

LP: 61

MAJA: 112

NNPP: 123

NUP: 111

PCP: 1,563

PDP: 71,788

UPN: 20

YES: 27

YPP: 78

Total valid votes: 919,786

Total rejected votes: 35,419

Total votes cast: 955,205

Incidences of over voting in 12 polling units led to the cancellation of 5,931 votes.

Updated: 22:13 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: DELTA STATE
Professor Seth Jaja, the vice chancellor of University of Otuoke introduced himself as the collation officer for Delta state.

Total number of registered voters: 2,719,313

Total number of accredited voters: 891,647

ACD: 211

ACPN: 134

ADC: 1,075

ADP: 241

AGA: 33

AGAP: 53

ANPP: 30

ANN: 320

ANRP: 56

APA: 298

APC: 221,292

APDA: 309

CC: 38

FRESH: 109

GDPN: 393

JMPP: 59

LP: 110

MAJA: 30

MMN: 194

MPN: 36

PCP: 2,753

PDP: 594,068

SDP: 1,745

UDP: 40

UP: 9

UPN: 12

WTPN: 4

YES: 13

YPP: 497

Total valid votes : 829,762

Total rejected votes: 52,492

Total votes cast: 882,244

The collation officer futher reported that there were incidence in 11 LGAs involving 87 polling units

He added that 54,120 votes were cancelled in these areas.


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Updated: 22:31 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: BAYELSA STATE
Professor Zanah Akpagu, vice chancellor of the University of Calabar for Bayelsa state

Total LGAs: 8

Total number of registered voters: 923,182

Total number of accredited voters: 344,237

AAC: 126

AAP: 43

ABP: 10

ACPN: 60

AGAP: 6

APC: 118,821

APDA: 90

FRESH: 49

GDPN: 144

GPN: 9

JMPP: 0

LM: 32

LP: 54

MAJA: 20

NNPP: 25

NUP: 31

PCP: 1,584

PDP: 197,933

PPA: 98

YES: 2

YPP: 50

Total valid votes: 321,767

Total rejected votes: 14,089

Total number of votes cast: 335,856

Cancellation in Polling units occurred in three LGAs.

Total number of affected voters in 42 affected polling units are 21,380.

Updated: 22:49 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: SOKOTO STATE
Mohammed Bello, vice chancellor Bayero University Kano introduced himself as the collation officer for Sokoto state.

Total number of registered voters: 1,895,266

Total number of accredited voters: 950,107

A: 59 votes

AA: 61

ACD: 142

ACPN: 146

ADP: 189

AGA: 347

ANDP; 219

ANRP: 144

APC: 490,333

APDA: 1,095

CAP: 67

DA: 57

FRESH: 231

JMPP: 104

LM: 76

LP: 90

NIP: 50

PCP: 2,630

PDP: 361,604

PPA: 1,494

UDP: 61

UP: 50

UPN: 33

Total number of valid votes: 871,891

Total number of rejected votes: 54,049

Total number of votes cast: 925,940

Total number of cancelled votes: 33,057 in 50 polling units.
Updated: 23:09 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: KEBBI STATE
The collation officer for Kebbi state begins his presentation.

Total number of registered voters: 1,802,697

Total number of accredited voters: 835,238

AA: 96

ACD: 201

ACPN: 130

ADC: 285

ADP: 205

AGAP: 73

ANDP: 116

ANRP: 154

APC: 581,552

APGA: 228

DPC: 169

DPP: 270

FRESH: 237

GDPN: 2,551

HDP: 107

LM: 85

LP: 63

MAJA: 131

MPN: 101

NAC: 84

PCP: 1,794

PDP: 154,282

UDP: 62

UP: 60

UPN: 31

WTPN: 36

YES: 71

YPP: 53

Total number of valid votes : 756,605

Total number of rejected votes: 47,150

Total number of votes cast: 803,755

Total number of cancelled votes: 6,296 from 13 polling units.

23:23 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: ZAMFARA STATE
The collation officer for Zamfara state announced that the total number of registered voters stood at 1,717,128.

Total number of accredited voters: 616,168

AA: 52

ABP: 87

ADC: 186

ADP: 102

ANDP: 34

ANRP: 56

APA: 947

APC: 438,682

AUN: 17

CAP: 7

DPP: 197

FRESH: 53

GDPN: 885

HDP: 43

KP: 28

LM : 16

LP: 44

MAJA: 31

NIP: 22

NPC: 230

PDP: 125,423

SDP: 81

SNP: 116

YPP: 44

Total valid votes: 578,437

Total rejected votes: 18,785

Total votes cast: 597,224

A total of 57,871 votes were cancelled in 115 polling units in Zamfara state.

Feb 26 23:38 PM

 
RESULTS COLLATION: RIVERS STATE
Professor Enefiong Essein, the vice chancellor of Akwa Ibom state university Uyo begins presentation for Rivers state's results.

Total number of registered voters: 3,215,273

Total number of accredited voters: 678,167

A: 1,744

AA: 265

AAP: 109

ACD: 572

ACPN: 546

ADC: 597

ADP: 295

AGA: 138

ANDP: 145

APA: 597

APC: 159,710

APDA: 418

CAP: 113

CC: 230

CNP: 93

DA: 78

DPP: 236

FRESH : 146

GDPN: 173

GPN: 89

JMPP: 76

LM: 107

MAJA: 84

NCP: 174

PCP: 2,954

PDP: 473,971

PPA: 205

RP: 121

SDP: 1,244

UP: 53

UPN: 70

WTPN: 58

YES: 106

YPP: 415

Total valid votes: 642,165

Total rejected votes: 24,420

Total votes cast: 666,585

According to the returning officer, election did not hold in two local government areas in the state - Bonny Island and Akuku Toru. He said the electoral process was disrupted by violence and inability of the officer to take materials to the areas.

Total number of polling units affected in Rivers state: 1,402

Total number of cancelled votes: 942,368.

Updated: 0:24 AM

 
INEC announces adjournment to 3am
The INEC chairman announced an adjournment of the process to 3am Wednesday, February 27.

Updated: 3:34 AM

 
INEC chairman arrives National Collation Centre
The INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, has arrived National Collation Centre to resume the final phase of the collation of the 2019 presidential results.

The INEC chairman reconvened after a three-hour adjournment at the national collation centre.

"Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, finally we are here," Mahmood said.

He recalled that a number of issues were raised by party agents on the 2019 presidential election.

The INEC boss said the commission had promised to address the issues before the conclusion of the collation process of the collation of presidential election.

He said the commission had noticed that the figures of number of accredited voters were not adding up at the national level despite being adding up at the ward level or state level.

According to him, the commission's preliminary investigation shows that the incidences are not up to 2% of the total figures.

Also, he said the voter turn out for the 2019 presidential election is 36.56% despite the lack of voting in some polling units due to violence or refusal of the use of the smart card readers in the affected areas.

The INEC chief said with such observation the incidences cannot prevent the conclusion of the collation of the 2019 presidential election.

In an interjection, a former minister of aviation, Osita Chidoka of the PDP said there is a difference of 1,600,000 people missing from the voters register released by the commission before the election.

Chidoka further called for a careful consideration of the incidences raised while asking the commission not to go ahead with declaring a winner for the election.

He argued that there are over five million eligible voters whom the card readers must have failed.

In his response, the INEC boss said that the number of voters cancelled are deserved cancelled votes as the commission's review showed that there were deliberate circumvention of the use of the smart card readers in those places.

Further speaking, Mahmood said he will go ahead to announced the result of the presidential election result collated and make a declaration of the winner of the election.

He also said he is obliged to make a declaration of the total number of registered voters and votes cast at the polls.

Updated: 4:03 AM

 
Final phase of the collation begins!
A: 19,209

AA: 14,389

AAC: 33,953

AAP: 8,902

ABP: 4,523

ACPN: 7,223

ADC: 97,874

ADP: 54,930

AGA: 4,689

AGAP: 3,071

ANDP: 3,104

ANN: 16,779

ANRP: 4,340

APA: 36,866

APC: 15,191,947

APGA: 66,851

CC: 2,391

CNP: 1,874

DPP: 14,483

FRESH: 4,554

GDPN: 41,852

GPN: 4,924

JMPP: 1,853

KP: 1,911

LM: 1,438

LP: 5,074

MAJA: 2,651

MMN: 14,540

MPN: 2,752

NAC: 2,279

NCMP: 1,378

NCP: 3,799

NDCP: 1,192

NEPp: 1,524

NFP: 4,096

NIP: 2,248

NNPP: 6,111

NPC: 10,081

NRM: 6,229

NUP: 5,323

PCP: 110,196

PDP: 11,262,978

RBNP: 1,792

SDP: 34,746

SNC: 28,680

SNP: 3,941

UP: 1,561

UPN: 1,631

WTPN: 732

YES: 294

Total number of valid votes: 27,324,583

Total rejected votes: 1,289,607

Total votes cast: 28,614,190

Source: legit.ng

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