Buhari wins Katsina, Kano, Atiku wins Plateau Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 27, 2021

INEC official results

KANO STATE
C.O: Prof. M. Garuba

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Collation of Results

Total No: Reg Voters:5,391,581
Total No: of Accredited:2,006,410
Total Votes Cast:1,964,751
Total Valid Votes:1,891,134
Rejected Votes:73,617

AAC: 416
ADC: 591
ADP: 439
APC:1,464,768
PDP: 391,593
SDP: 635

KATSINA STATE
C.O: Prof. Fatima

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Collation of Results

Total No: Reg Voters:3,210,422
Total No: of Accredited:1,628,865
Total Votes Cast:1,619,185
Total Valid Votes:1,555,473
Rejected Votes:63,712

AAC: 186
ADC: 237
ADP: 140
APC: 1,232,133
PDP: 308,056
SDP: 150

PLATEAU STATE
C.O: Prof. A.K. Richard

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Collation of Results

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

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