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Presidential Election Results for Ondo,Osun,Kogi,Enugu,Ogun& Ekiti State

Presidential election result for Ondo state – APC wins
As announced by Prof. Olusola Oyewole the VC, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
AA – 386
ACPN – 2406
AD – 1,237
ADC – 1,227
APA – 1139
APC – 299,889 (APC wins)
CPP – 1,012
HOPE – 184
KOWA – 223
NCP – 846
PDP – 251,368
PPN – 734
UPD – 184
UPP – 221
Total valid votes – 561, 056
Rejected votes – 21,379
Total votes cast – 582, 435

2015 Presidential election results for FCT, Abuja – PDP wins

2015 Presidential election results for FCT, Abuja – PDP wins
Results as announced by Prof. Michael Faborode, former VC of OAU, Ile Ife, the returning officer for FCT
AA – 139
ACPN – 342
AD – 240
ADC – 288
APA – 674
APC – 146, 399
CPP – 347
HOPE – 83
KOWA – 165
NCP – 473
PDP – 157, 195 (PDP wins)
PPN – 269
UDP – 95
UPP – 96
Total valid votes – 306, 805
Rejected votes – 9210
Total votes cast – 316, 015

2015 Presidential election result for Oyo state – APC wins

2015 Presidential election result for Oyo state – APC wins
Election result as announced by Prof Ayobami Salami, the Dep. VC (Academics) of OAU, returning officer for Oyo state.
AA – 6,331
ACPN – 8,979
AD – 6, 282
ADC – 5,000
APA – 4,468
APC – 528, 620 (APC wins)
CPP – 6, 674
HOPE – 839
KOWA – 1,312
NCP – 1,895
PDP – 303, 376
PPN – 2,842
UDP – 1,069
UPP – 3,665
Total valid votes – 881, 352
Rejected votes – 47, 254
Total votes cast – 928, 606

2015 Presidential election result for Nasarawa state – PDP wins

2015 Presidential election result for Nasarawa state – PDP wins.
Presidential election result as announced by Prof. Findadi VC of Federal University, Lokoja, who is RO for Nasarawa state
AA – 40
ACPN – 95
AD – 74
ADC – 105
APA -310
APC – 236, 838
CPP – 131
HOPE – 4
KOWA – 48
NCP – 222
PDP – 273, 460 (PDP wins)
DPN – 164
UPD – 23
UPP – 33
Total votes cast – 511,547
Rejected votes – 10,094
Total votes cast – 521, 641

Buhari is as old as my mother, he should go and relax – Governor Fayose

PDP has two headaches at the moment – Buhari is too popular, INEC will stop rigging with Card Reader.

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has asked the leadership of All Progressives Congress (APC) and the party’s presidential candidate, General Mohammadu Buhari to apologize to Nigerians for dishing out naked lies on daily basis on issues that are very fundamental to the corporate existence of the country.

18 States Where Jonathan Might Lose This Presidential Election

See the list of 18 States Where Jonathan Might Lose This 2015 Presidential Election.

President Goodluck Jonathan has had a mixed campaign so far. He’s received criticism and praise for his administration in the last five years. Will he win this election?

17 States Where Buhari Might Lose This Presidential Election

List of 17 States Where General Buhari Might Lose This presidential 2015 Election.

It’s now three weeks to the presidential election on March 28, and things are shaping up already for the big day. The parties are rounding off their campaigns. INEC is doing mock elections to test run its equipment and operations. The world is watching what’s going to happen in the coming weeks. Who will win this election?

Shocking: Zambian President collapses during Women’s Day Celebration

Zambian President collapses during Women’s Day Celebration.

Zambian President Edgar Lungu collapsed today while acknowledging a match past by Zambian women celebrating the International Women’s Day in Lusaka, the Zambian capital.

We challenge General Buhari to a Debate – By Reuben Abati

See Article written by president Jonathan’s spokesman, Reuben Abati. Read below…

The last time Nigerians enjoyed something really close to an exciting Presidential debate was during the 1993 Presidential elections.

Re-elect Jonathan For United Nigeria“: Shagari’s Alleged Letter To Buhari By Obinna Akukwe

Re-elect Jonathan For United Nigeria“: Shagari’s Alleged Letter To Buhari By Obinna Akukwe.

The allegedly controversial letter written by second republic President of Nigeria, Alhaji Shehu Shagari had continued to cause scare within the political gladiators in the North West. Sources within the Presidency had given the Leadership of Igbo Mandate Congress (IMC) a copy of Shagari’s alleged letter to the Presidential Candidate of the opposition party, General Muhammadu Buhari on the 12th of January, 2015, the day Igbo leaders under Ohanaeze sneaked into Aso Rock for the first batch of endorsement of Jonathan’s re-election bid.