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LIVE: COLLATION OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RESULTS BEGINS

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Two days after millions of Nigerians voted, the results for the top race in the general elections have started coming in from the states.

Live Updates
Welcome to Channels Television Live Updates Page for Nigeria’s highly anticipated 2019 General Elections.

The 2019 general elections are the sixth in the nation since 1999, the year Nigeria returned to democratic rule, and the first since the All Progressives Congress ousted the Peoples Democratic Party from power after it held sway for 16 years.

A total of 73 candidates are in the presidential race, according to INEC, including incumbent President, Muhammadu Buhari, and a former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, who are the front line flag bearers.

The National Assembly election has hundreds of candidates across 91 registered political parties jostling for the 109 available seats in the Senate and the 360 spots in the House of Representatives.

After an intriguing period of political drama and campaigning — heralded by defections and war of words, and the postponement of polls by a week, it is time for Nigerians to give their verdict.

In all, 84,004,084 citizens registered for the elections, 72,755,502 of that number have Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) and are expected to vote in the 119,973 polling units spread across the 36 states and the nation’s capital Abuja.

Channels TV correspondents are on the ground in all parts of the country to keep you up to date with the latest developments.

updates…

February 25:

INEC Commences Announcement of Results

INEC has commenced the announcement of results for the Presidential election.

See results as announced so far.

12:45 pm – Osun State
APC: 347,634

PDP: 337,377

AAC: 1,022

ANN: 268

YPP: 189

12:19 pm – Ekiti State
APC: 219,231

PDP: 154,032

AAC: 400

ANN: 88

YPP: 68

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