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Pulse has been bringing you LIVE updates of the elections all week long; and you can read up all of that here. Muhammadu Buhari of the APC is re-elected President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Election news updates in nigeria

Election 2019. The Conservatives lost their majority in the UK General Election on June 8, 2017 - and now Boris Johnson will be hoping to restore his party's dominance against Jeremy Corbyn's Labour.

Election news updates in nigeria

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Election news updates in nigeria

Rose Ejembi. Presidential election results from Benue State as announced by INEC. 1. Ado LGA Collation Officer, Prof. M. I Oche APC 5,373. PDP 8,614.

Election news updates in nigeria

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Election news updates in nigeria

Three days after presidential elections held on Feb. 23, results announced by INEC, Nigeria’s electoral commission, confirm president Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has.

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Election news updates in nigeria

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CNBC Africa speaks to Rotimi Oyekanmi, Chief Press Secretary, INEC from the venue of the National Collation Centre in Abuja for an update on Nigeria’s election results.

Election news updates in nigeria

Election could not hold in Ward 12, Unit 1, Khana local government area, due to the hijack of electoral materials. 15:32. Wilson Akanya from Ward 8, Unit 7, Khana LGA, said there was no voting in.

Election news updates in nigeria

The Ghanaian people, their government and I extend warm congratulations to His Excellency Muhammadu Buhari (MBuhari) on his re-election, for a second successive term, as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, in the elections of Saturday 23rd February, 2019.

Election news updates in nigeria

In Nigeria, the CIA is actively controlling the elections. watch as Atiku Abubakar a CIA asset wins the Nigerian elections. This is a CIA plan. it will many years down the line not turn out good for the CIA.

Election news updates in nigeria

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Election news updates in nigeria

President Buhari won Ekiti State with 219, 231 votes. Mr Abubakar polled 154, 032 votes in the South-west state. In Gombe State, Mr Buhari won with 403,961 votes to Mr Abubakar’s 138,484 votes.

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Get the latest news and the headlines on the Nigerian election on CNN.Latest news updates on Nigerian general election 2019 - read about all the presidential candidates for 2019 election in Nigeria.The Latest on Nigeria's election (all times local): 8:25 a.m. The ailing Buhari has been criticized for not delivering enough on his promises to tackle insecurity, the economy and corruption.


Nigeria Presidential Elections Results 2019. Buhari wins. Muhammadu Buhari from the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been re-elected Nigeria's president, defeating Atiku Abubakar of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) after winning in 19 of the 36 states. Mr Abubakar, victorious in 17 states and in the capital, Abuja, has rejected the results.Naija News reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) commenced the Presidential and National Assembly elections at exactly 8 am on Saturday, February 23, amidst tight security. Nigerians voted from a list of seventy-two (72) Presidential candidates and 6,584 National Assembly candidates.