Atiku wins Anambra, Buhari wins Kaduna, Jigawa

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Anambra State
C.O: Prof: F. Ogbonaya

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Collation of Results

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Total No: Reg Voters: 2,389,332
Total No: of Accredited: 675,273
Total Votes Cast: 625,035
Total Valid Votes:605,734
Rejected Votes:19,301

AAC: 124
ADC: 227
ADP: 427
APC: 33,298
PDP: 524,738
SDP: 932

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Kaduna State
C.O: Prof: B.B Shehu

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Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 3,861,033
Total No: of Accredited: 1,757,868
Total Votes Cast: 1,709,005
Total Valid Votes: 1,663,603
Rejected Votes: 45,402

AAC: 243
ADC: 558
ADP: 227
APC: 993,445
PDP: 649,612
SDP: 1,737

Jigawa State
C.O: Prof. A. Abdullahi

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Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,104,889
Total No: of Accredited: 1,171,801
Total Votes Cast: 1,149,922
Total Valid Votes: 1,106,244
Rejected Votes: 43,678

AAC: 226
ADC: 261
ADP: 107
APC: 794,738
PDP: 289,895
SDP: 5,011

Niger State
C.O: Prof. A. Freeman

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Collation of Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,375,568
Total No: of Accredited: 911,964
Total Votes Cast: 896,976
Total Valid Votes: 851,937
Rejected Votes:45,039

AAC: 324
ADC: 588
ADP: 2,582
APC: 612,371
PDP: 218,052
SDP: 239

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