Also present are accredited stakeholders and the media in Abuja.
Below are the announced results:
OGUNPDP: 303, 0000
As announced by Ogun State collation officer, Prof. Oluwafemi O. Balogun.
Enugu StateACN: 1,755
As announced by Prof Ndubuisi Okolo, collation officer for Enugu State
ACN: 2, 327
CPC: 131, 576
PDP: 253, 444
PDC: 1,794 votes.
Registered voters of 2,680,635:
900,739 : total votes cast
ACN: 252,240 votes
PORT HARCOURT: PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan of the Peoples Democratic Party has won last Saturday’s presidential poll in Rivers state. He polled a total of 1,817,762 to defeat his rivals.
KANO -The Presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change, General Muhammad Buhari confirmed his popularity over other candidates in yesterday’s election in Kano by winning over 59 percent of the total vote cast in the state.
While the Presidential candidate of the All Nigerian Peoples Party ANPP Malam Ibrahim Shekarau came a distant second, securing over 19 percent.
President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan of the Peoples Democratic Party secured over 16 percent of the total vote cast in a contest decided by over 2 million eligible voters, Saturday, in Kano.
The Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) has won the presidential election in Jigawa state with 664, 994 votes while PDP got 419, 252 votes.
The state collation officer, Professor Jibrila Dahiru Amin who is also the Vice chancellor, Federal University Dutse said the state has 1,214, 774 total votes cast during the election.
Lagos State also projected to go to Jonathan While Kano and some Nothern States seems to have gone to Buhari's CPC.
The performance of the Nigeria Police force in the on-going election which has been commended within the country and by international observers has laid credence to argument that given adequate training, equipment and improved welfare, they are capable of delivering first class services like their counterparts in the developed world.
Minister of Police Affairs, Humphrey Abah who made the disclosure in Kogi state during the presidential elections, commended officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force on their conduct and performance in the course of the elections which has drawn commendations from the ever critical Nigerian populace and the international observer teams.
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