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Tuesday, 12 March 2019

2019 GOVERNORSHIP ELECTIONS: APC wins 13 out of 22 states, PDP wins 9, 7 states pending






Millions of Nigerians trooped to the polls to elect new governors or re-elect incumbents in 29 states across Nigeria on Saturday, March 9, 2019.

States Won by the APC

1. Borno State - Babagana Zulum

2. Gombe State - Inuwa Yahaya

3. Jigawa State - Muhammad Badaru

4. Kaduna State - Nasir El-Rufai

5. Katsina State - Aminu Masari

6. Kebbi State - Atiku Bagudu

7. Kwara State - Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq

8. Lagos State - Babajide Sanwo-Olu

9. Nasarawa State - Abdullahi Sule

10. Niger State - Abubakar Bello

11. Ogun State - Dapo Abiodun

12. Yobe State - Mai Mala Buni

13. Zamfara State - Muktar Idris

States Won by the PDP

1. Abia State - Okezie Ikpeazu

2. Akwa Ibom State - Udom Emmanuel

3. Cross River State - Ben Ayade

4. Delta State - Ifeanyi Okowa

5. Ebonyi State - Dave Umahi

6. Enugu State - Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi

7. Imo State - Ihedioha Emeka

8. Oyo State - Seyi Makinde

9. Taraba State - Darius Ishaku


Some Analysis of Numbers of Votes Scored

Abia State

Okezie Ikpeazu - Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) - 261,127 votes

 Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has won a second term

Akwa Ibom State

Udom Emmanuel (PDP) - 519,712 votes

 Udom Emmanuel has been re-elected as Akwa-Ibom State Governor

Borno State

Babagana Zulum - All Progressives Congress (APC) - 1,175,440 votes

 Babagana Zulum will be sworn in as the new Borno governor on May 29 [Twitter/@bornomrrr]

Cross River State


Ben Ayade (PDP) - 381,484 votes

 Cross River State governor, Ben Ayade, is another Nigerian governor that has won another four-year term

Delta State

Ifeanyi Okowa (PDP) - 925,274 votes

 Ifeanyi Okowa will be Delta State governor for another four years

Ebonyi State

Dave Umahi (PDP) - 393,043 votes

 Dave Umahi has been re-elected for a second term as Ebonyi State governor

Enugu State

Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi (PDP) - 449,935

 Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has been re-elected as Enugu State governor

Gombe State

Inuwa Yahaya (APC) - 364,179 votes

 Inuwa Yahaya [BusinessDay]

Imo State

Ihedioha Emeka (PDP) - 273,404

 Ihedioha Emeka will be sworn in as Imo's governor in May [PUO Reports]

Jigawa State

Muhammad Badaru (APC) - 810, 933 votes

 Jigawa State governor, Muhammad Badaru, is another re-elected governor

Kaduna State

Nasir El-Rufai (APC) - 1,045,427 votes

 Nasir El-Rufai also won re-election as Kaduna State governor

Katsina State

Aminu Masari (APC) - 1,178,864 votes

 Aminu Masari also won re-election to lead Katsina State for another four years

Kebbi State

Atiku Bagudu (APC) - 673,717 votes

 Kebbi State governor, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, also got re-elected
Kwara State

Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq (APC) - 331, 546 votes

 Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq [Premium Times]

Lagos State

Babajide Sanwo-Olu (APC) - 739,445 votes

 Babajide Sanwo-Olu has been elected the next governor of Lagos State, Nigeria's economic capital

Nasarawa State

Abdullahi Sule (APC) - 327,229 votes

 Abdullahi Sule [Economic Confidential]

Niger State

Abubakar Bello (APC) - 526,412 votes

 Abubakar Bello has been re-elected to lead Niger State for four more years

Ogun State

Dapo Abiodun (APC) - 241,670 votes

 Dapo Abiodun is the new Ogun State governor

Oyo State

Seyi Makinde (PDP) - 515,621 votes

 Seyi Makinde is Oyo State's governor-elect [SaharaReporters]
Taraba

Darius Ishaku (PDP) - 520,433

 Taraba state governor, Darius Ishaku, will serve for another four years

Yobe State

Mai Mala Buni (APC) - 444,013 votes

 Mai Mala Buni is Yobe State's governor-elect

Zamfara State

Muktar Idris (APC) - 534,541 votes

 Muktar Idris [TheCable]

NOTE:

*Due to widespread disruption of elections in Rivers State, INEC has suspended all electoral processes in the oil-rich state until further notice.

*Governorship elections in Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Kano, Plateau, and Sokoto states will not be concluded until after supplementary elections are conducted.

INEC has declared the results in all the six states inconclusive because the lead margins were lower than the total number of votes cancelled in certain areas.

According to the law, supplementary elections will take place only in the polling units where elections were cancelled. The elections will take place within 21 days of the initial polls.

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