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Buhari wins seven states, Atiku four, PDP rejects results



INEC proceeds with declaration of results today

INEC proceeds with declaration of results today

The Autonomous National Appointive Commission on Monday began the declaration of the aftereffects of Saturday’s presidential race.

As of the season of documenting this report, INEC had declared the outcome in 10 states and the Government Capital Domain.

The states are Ondo, Ekiti, Gombe, Kwara, Kogi, Yobe, Abia, Osun, Nasarawa, Ebonyi, Enugu and the Government Capital Region.

The outcomes were declared by the returning officers of the states at the National Examination Center in Abuja.

The presidential applicant of the All Progressives Congress, President Muhammadu Buhari, won in Ekiti, Nasarawa, Yobe, Kwara, Kogi and Gombe, while his nearest rival, Atiku Abubakar of the People groups Majority rule Gathering, won in Ondo, Abia, Ebonyi and the FCT.

Notwithstanding, a few outcomes proclaimed by gathering officers in states which have not been taken to the national examination focus in Abuja uncover that Buhari is in solid lead. The states where Buhari is driving in this classification incorporate Bauchi, Lagos, Ogun and Sokoto, Jigawa, Kaduna while Atiku has won in Adamawa and Level states.

Buhari wins in Kwara with 308,984 votes

In Kwara State, Buhari won the decision having scored 308,984 votes, as declared by INEC.

The outcome was declared on Monday at the National Resemblance Center, Abuja, by Prof. Abdullahi Bala, of the Government College of Innovation, Minna, Niger State, who is the Grouping Officer for the race in Kwara.

Bala, while declaring the outcome, said Atiku scored 138,984 votes.

He said Prof. Kingsley Moghalu of the Youthful Progressives Gathering verified 140 votes; Ositelu Babatunde of Accord (A) got 149 votes; while Ibrahim Hassan of the African People groups Coalition scored 1,010 votes.

Bala gave the quantity of complete enrolled voters in the state as 1,401,895; absolute licensed voters 489,482; All out legitimate votes 459,676, all out votes cast at 486,254 and rejected votes to be 26,578.

Atiku floors Buhari in Adamawa

Nonetheless, Atiku was announced the victor of the race in his home province of Adamawa.

Proclaiming the outcome on Monday in Yola, the Presidential Race Returning Officer for Adamawa, Prof. Andrew Yakubu, said Abubakar scored 410,266 votes to vanquish the APC applicant who scored 378,078 votes.

Yakubu said the all out number of enlisted voters in the state was 1,959,322, while 874,920 voters were certify

The Presidential decision results are from the 21 nearby government territories of Adamawa.

The PDP won in 11 LGAs, while the APC had 10.

INEC declares Buhari victor in Ekiti

INEC anyway declared Buhari of the APC as victor of Saturday’s decision in Ekiti.

The outcome was declared at the National Grouping Center, Abuja, by Prof. Idowu Olayinka, Bad habit Chancellor, College of Ibadan, who is the Gathering Officer for the decision in the state.

Olayinka said Buhari surveyed 219, 231 votes to beat Atiku, who scored 154,032 votes. Felix Nicholas of People groups Alliance Gathering was third with 2,299 votes.

As per him, Moghalu of YPP scored 68 cast a ballot, Mr Da-Sliva Ayo of Spare Nigeria Congress surveyed 339 votes, and Omoyele Sowere of the African Activity Congress got 400 votes.

Different scores, Olayinka stated, were 406 votes in favor of the African Law based Congress and 88 votes in favor of Durotoye Olufela of Union for New Nigeria.

He said that all out enlisted voters in Ekiti was 899,919, yet that 395,741 were licensed, while absolute votes cast in the survey was 393,709, with 12, 577 rejected.

Olayinka noticed that the quantity of ideological groups on the vote paper was in charge of the high number of voided votes in the decision.

Buhari massacres Atiku in Ogun

Likewise in Ogun State, Prof. Joseph Adeola-Fuwape, the state Gathering Officer for the Presidential decision, proclaimed Buhari as the victor of the survey.

Adeola-Fuwape, who reported the outcome at the INEC central station in Abeokuta on Monday, said Buhari scored 281,762 votes, while his nearest rival scored 194,655 votes.

Adeola-Fuwape, who is the Bad habit Chancellor of the Government College of Innovation, Akure, said the absolute number of enrolled voters was 2,336, 887 while the all out number of certify voters was 613,397.

Adeola-Fuwape included that the quantity of substantial votes was 564, 256 while 41,682 votes were rejected.

He likewise said the absolute number of votes cast was 605, 938.

He said Buhari won in 14 of the 20 board territories in the state while Atiku won in six committee zones.

Buhari wins in Sokoto

INEC has likewise proclaimed Buhari as the victor of the presidential decision in Sokoto State with an edge of 138,729 votes.

Reporting the outcomes at the Sultan Muhammadu Maccido Foundation for Qur’an and General Investigations, Prof. Mohammed Yahuza, the state returning officer for the presidential decision, expressed that Buhari surveyed 490,333 votes in front of Atiku who scored 351,604.

Essentially, Buhari recorded gigantic win at Wamakko, Sokoto South, Wurno, Sokoto North, Gwadabawa and Tambuwal Nearby Government Regions of the state.

The PDP, be that as it may, set up a decent appearing in Silame, Isa, Tureta and Gudu Nearby Government Territories, out of the whole 23 LGAs in the state.

Out of the absolute 1,895,256 enlisted voters in the state, 950,107 were licensed for the race.

Out of this number, 925,940 casted a ballot; 871,891 were substantial votes thrown, and 54,049 recorded as voided votes.

Buhari triumphs over Atiku in Gombe

Buhari likewise won the decision in Gombe State subsequent to surveying 403,961 votes out of 580,649 complete votes cast in the state.

The outcome was declared on Monday at INEC National Resemblance Center in Abuja, by the State Returning Officer, Prof. Kyari Mohammed.

Mohammed, who is additionally the Bad habit Chancellor of Modibbo Adama College of Innovation, Yola, said Atiku scored 138,484 votes in the state.

He said that out of the 1,385,191 complete enrolled voters in the state, 604,240 were authorize. The quantity of legitimate votes was 554,203, while 26,446 were rejected.

Mohammed said race was dropped in 13 surveying units in two Nearby Government Regions with 7,090 enrolled voters in the influenced regions.

The dropped surveying units incorporate 11 in Balanga LGA with 6,308 voters and two surveying units with 782 enlisted voters in Duku LGA.

Atiku clears Ebonyi

INEC has announced Atiku champ in the presidential survey held in Ebonyi State on Saturday.

The News Office of Nigeria detailed that the APC in the state had, be that as it may, rejected the outcome and pledged to move it through fitting channels.

The Presidential Race Gathering Officer in the state, Prof. Chukwuemeka Eze, administered the presentation of the outcomes by INEC’s assemblage officers in the 13 neighborhood government territories in the state at the commission’s home office in Abakaliki.

Eze said Atiku accumulated 258, 575 votes as against Buhari’s 90, 726 votes.

As indicated by the outcomes announced, Atiku won in 12 LGAs leaving Buhari with triumph in Ikwo committee.

Responding to the outcome, Director of the APC in the state, Mr Eze Nwachukwu, required the undoing of the race refering to terrorizing, constituent savagery and over-casting a ballot, supposedly dedicated by the decision party in the state as reasons.

INEC announces Buhari as champ in Kogi

Be that as it may, INEC declared Buhari as the victor of the decision in Kogi State.

The outcome was reported at the National Grouping Center (ICC) Abuja, by Prof. Michael Adikwu, the Bad habit Chancellor, College of Abuja, who is the Assemblage Officer for the race in the state.

Adikwu reported that Buhari surveyed 285,894 votes to vanquish the PDP applicant, Atiku, who scored 218,207 votes.

Dr Obadiah Mailafia of the African Law based Congress came third with 4,369 votes.

He said the quantity of enrolled voters in Kogi was 1,640,449 yet that 570,773 were authorize, while cast a ballot cast were 553,496 with 32,480 rejected.

Adikwu noticed that there were instances of viciousness in 15 out of 21 Neighborhood Government Regions in the state, which prompted retraction of 89, 101 votes.

Buhari massacres Atiku in Bauchi

President Buhari of the APC has won the presidential race in Bauchi State.

As per results reported by the Nearby Government Resemblance Officers in Bauchi on Monday, Buhari surveyed 798,438 to overcome Atiku.

The State Assemblage Officer who is the Bad habit Chancellor of the Government College, Kashere, Gombe State, Prof. Alhassan Ghali, said Atiku got 209,313 votes in the race.

The APC competitor won in 19 of the 20 nearby governments in the state while the PDP won in just Bogoro LGA.

The last outcome from Katagum LGA touched base at the examination focus at about 9.20 pm after a long pause.

The Inhabitant Appointive Official, Ibrahim Abdullahi, expressed gratitude toward gathering operators and eyewitnesses for their understanding.

Nonetheless, the outcome will be authoritatively announced in Abuja later today (Tuesday).

Buhari floors Atiku in Lagos

Buhari has additionally surveyed 580,825 votes to vanquish his nearest rival, Atiku of the PDP in Lagos State.

As indicated by Prof. Felix Salako, the Bad habit Chancellor, College of Farming, Abeokuta, Ogun State, who was the INEC state resemblance officer, Atiku scored 448,015 to come next toward the finish of the state last assemblage of the Presidential decision results from the 20 LGAs of the state.

Salako, who examined the consequences of the 20 LGAs, said the state had 6,313,507 enrolled voters out of which 1, 196, 490 were licensed for casting a ballot.

The LGA resemblance officers legitimately exhibited the outcomes in a steady progression as they touched base at the examination focus before they were acknowledged by Salako.

As per him, the substantial votes are 1,089,567, all out rejected votes (67,023) while cast a ballot cast remain at 1,157, 590 in the presidential race.

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2023 Presidency: Zoning can’t stop Tinubu – Ex-Minster



A former Minister of Works and National Chairman of South West Agenda for 2023, Senator Dayo Adeyeye, has restated that the truth that the quarter has produced the president withinside the beyond won’t forestall it from clinching the presidential price price tag if the All Progressives Congress zoned the price price tag to the South.

The former Minister opined that former Lagos State Governor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, remains the best and the right man to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari after bowling out in 2023 based on experience and political networks.

Adeyeye spoke in Ado Ekiti on Tuesday during the official launching of the South West Agenda (SWAGA) 2023, a political platform rooting for the presidential aspiration of the former Lagos State Governor.

Adeyeye added that the APC leaders must respect the zoning of lresidency to the South in 2023, as a mark of respect for the silent agreement within the party at inception in 2013.

Adeyeye said: “And if the ticket comes to the South, the fact that the Southwest had produced the President before won’t prevent the Yoruba race from getting the APC ticket.

2023: APC governors kick against zoning.

“You could all remember that the late President, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua was from Katsina State and when the ticket went back to the North in 2007, they picked President Muhammadu Buhari from Katsina. They didn’t say his state had produced President before.

“What we need in Nigeria is someone like Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, who knows everybody. Someone who has planted and nurtured people across all the zones. Someone, who believes in making stars to unite Nigeria,” Adeyeye said.

Also , the former Senator representing Ekiti South Senatorial District, Senator Tony Adeniyi, alleged that members of SWAGA in Ekiti were being harassed and intimidated by APC members loyal to Governor Kayode Fayemi , saying these barrage of embarrassment must stop in the interest of APC.

“Before SWAGA was formed, we had ‘Tokan Tokan’ and original ‘JKF’, which are outfits loyal to Governor Fayemi.

“Is it an offence to associate with one of the foremost Nigerians like Tinubu? We are being treated here in Ekiti like orphans in the Sahara desert . We are being intimated and harassed by people who had contributed nothing to APC.”

Also, in his short lecture at the event, a Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos , Prof. Yemi Oke, said he came to fraternise with the group as a Yoruba man , who believes in the Southwest agenda for the 2023.

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In his speech entitled: ‘Nigeria at a Crossroad, What Option for the Southwest Geopolitical Zone’, Prof. Oke, described Tinubu as the most qualified to lead Nigeria after President Buhari, so that all the faultlines and cleavages can be amended for national unity.

Commending Tinubu for working hard to sustain the country’s democracy, the Chairman, Inter-party Advisory Council in Ekiti, Hon. Ife Iyaniwura, said Tinubu has become a strong political stakeholder that people respect in the country.

“Asiwaju has been a phenomenon. He has shown it.”

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Open Grazing: I’m a herdsman but I ranch my cattle – Benue Varsity lecturer



A member of the Academic Staff Union of University, ASUU Benue State chapter, Dr Ogi John has declared support for ranching of cattle in the country.

Recall that following the incessant clashes between farmers and herders across the country, many prominent Nigerians called for a ban on open grazing.

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State in May 2017, signed the Open Grazing Prohibition Bill into law as a measure to tackle the farmers and herders crisis in the state.

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Similarly, governors in the Southern part of the country unanimously opted for ranching in a bid to end the insecurity in the region.

John Ogi, a senior lecturer in the university made his stance known in a post on his official Facebook page after visiting one of his farm in Anuja.

He said ranching remains the global standard of rearing cattle.

The post reads, “I am 100% in support of ranching, that’s the global best practice. I own cows and I ranch them, cattle business is a private business and cow owners must learn to protect their animals from destroying other peoples farm.

“Sunday visit to one of our farms in Abuja, part-time civil servant, full-time agro businessman”.

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Students of Rivers State College of Health block major roads, protest poor amenities



Students of the Rivers State College of Health Sciences and Technology on Tuesday, blocked the mile four axis of the Ikwerre street in Port Harcourt in protest towards bad simple services withinside the institution.

The protest prompted a heavy gridlock across the area, forcing motorists to apply opportunity routes. The college students who defied an early morning downpour to level the protest are disturbing for the availability of water and energy of their hostels through the institution’s control. Some of the leaders of the protest, who spoke with us additionally decried “non accreditation of a few guides presented withinside the institution,”leaving them jobless after graduation.

A protester said,, “have a take a observe the building, it’s far simply pleasant out of doors however whilst you cross in, its rubbish. The region is water logged, there has now no longer been mild for over weeks now not to mention water”. “So college students are sincerely stranded. Just to wash and feature their garments ironed has been a massive problem. “So we’re calling at the Rivers State authorities to return back and assist us.

The control of the college has failed us. “We are paying a massive quantity of costs right here however you can not see the impact withinside the control of the college”.

The college students threatened to hold the protest till their needs are met. Efforts to attain the institution’s provost proved abortive as his cellular strains had been unreachable.


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