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Buhari wins Zamfara, Kebbi, Sokoto Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 26, 2021


INEC official results

ZAMFARA STATE
C.O: Prof. K. Bala

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Collation of Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,717,128
Total No: of Accredited: 616,168
Total Votes Cast: 597,224
Total Valid Votes: 578,439
Rejected Votes: 18,785

AAC: 186
ADC: 186
ADP: 102
APC: 438,682
PDP: 125,423
SDP: 81

KEBBI STATE
C.O: Prof. A.H. Bichi

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Collation of Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,802,697
Total No: of Accredited: 835,238
Total Votes Cast:803,755
Total Valid Votes:756,605
Rejected Votes:47,150

AAC: 276
ADC: 285
ADP: 205
APC: 581,552
PDP: 154,282
SDP: 2,376

SOKOTO STATE
C.O: Prof. M. Bello

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Collation of Results

Total No: Reg Voters: 1,895,266
Total No: of Accredited: 950,107
Total Votes Cast: 925,940
Total Valid Votes: 871,891
Rejected Votes: 54,049

AAC: 181
ADC: 331
ADP: 189
APC: 490,333
PDP: 361,604
SDP: 301

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