Buhari wins Borno, Atiku wins Akwa Ibom, Cross River

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BORNO STATE
C.O: Prof. S.A Ibrahim

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Collation of Results

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Total No: Reg Voters: 2,319,434
Total No: of Accredited: 987,290
Total Votes Cast: 955,205
Total Valid Votes: 919,786
Rejected Votes: 35,419

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AAC: 269
ADC: 301
ADP: 75
APC: 836,496
PDP: 71,788
SDP: 322

AKWA IBOM STATE
C.O: Prof. O. Orumwense

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Collation of Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 2,119,727
Total No: of Accredited: 695,677
Total Votes Cast: 605,140
Total Valid Votes: 578,775
Rejected Votes: 26,365

AAC:222
ADC:230
ADP:88
APC:175,429
PDP:395,832
SDP:92

CROSS RIVER STATE
C.O: Prof. A.O. IBHADODE

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Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,512,915
Total No: of Accredited: 461,033
Total Votes Cast: 446,046
Total Valid Votes: 421,901
Rejected Votes: 24,145

AAC: 242
ADC: 326
ADP: 110
APC: 117,302
PDP: 295,737
SDP: 1,395

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