Shocking: Sowore, Durotoye,Moghalu finishes with little vote

Wednesday 27th February 2019 is another historic day in the democracy of Nigeria as President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressive Congress (APC) is declared winner of the Presidential Election by the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu.

In the light of this development, it is important to note that there 91 registered political parties in Nigeria and 72 of them fielded candidates for the elections and while the campaign was going on some of the political parties seems strong and was looking they may likely emerge as the third force that Nigerians have been clamouring for.

The result however is shocking has this strong forces all managed to little vote and are nowhere near emerging as a third force.

See Full Result according to their positions

  1. Buhari Muhammadu (APC) 15,191,847

2. Abubakar Atiku (PDP) 11,262,978

3. Felix Nicolas (PCP) 110,196

4. Gbor Terwase (APGA) 66,851

5. Yabagi Yusuf (ADP) 54,930

6. Akhimien lsibor (GDPN)- 41,852

7. Ibrahim Hassan (APA) 36,866

8. Donald Duke (SDP) 34,746

9. Omoyele Sowore (AAC) 33,953

10. Da-Silva Ayo (SNC) 28,680

11. Shitu Kabir (APDA) 26,558

12. Yusuf Dantalle (APM) 26,039

13. Moghalu Kingsley (YPP) 21,886

14. Ameh Peter (PPA) 21,822

15. Ositelu Isaac Babatunde (A) 19,209

16. Durotoye Olufela (ANN)- 16,779

17. Bashayi Dansarki (MMN)- 14,540

18. Osakwe Felix (DPP)- 14, 483

19. Abdulrashid Baba (AA) 14,380

20. Nwokeafor Ndubuisi (ACD) 11,325

21. Maina Kyari (NPC)10,081

22. Mailafia Obadiah (ADC) 9,874

23. Victor Okhai (PPC) 8,979

24. Chike Ukaegbu (AAP) 8,902

25. Ezekwesili Obiageli (ACPN) 7,223

26. Ibrahim Usman (NRM)6,229

27. Ike Eke (NNPP) 6,111

28. Moses Ayibiowu (NUP) 5,323

29. Awosola Olusola (DPC)- 5,242

30. Muhammed Zaki (LP) 5,074

31. Eke Chukwuma (GPN)-4,924

32. Nwachukwu Nwabuikwu (AGA) 4,689

33. Major Hamza AI Mustafa (PPN) 4,622

34. Okotie Christopher (RESH)-4,554

35. Shipi Godia (ABP) 4, 523

36. Fasua Kolade (ANRP) 4,340

37. Onwubuya (JFP)- 4,174

38. Ahmed Buhari (SNP) 3,941

39. Salisu Tanko (NCP) 3,799

40. Shittu Asiwaju (ANP)- 3,586

41. Obinna lkeagwuonu (APP) 3,585

42. Balogun Ishola (UDP) 3,170

43. Obaje Ameh (ANDP) 3,104

44. Chief Umenwa Godwin (AGAP) 3,071

45. Israel Davidson (RAP) 2,972

46. Ukonga Frank (DA) 2,769

47. Santuraki Hamisu (MPN) -2,752

48. Adesanya-Davies Olufunmilayo (MAJA)- 2,651

49. Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim (PT) 2,613

50. Ali Soyode (YES) 2,394

51. Ojinika Chizee (C4C) 2,391

52. Nsehe Nseobong (RP) 2,388

53. Rabia Cengiz (NAC)- 2,279

54. Atuejide Julian (NIP) 2,248

55. Dara John (ASD) 2,146

56. Fagbenro-Byron Adesina (KP) 1,911

57. Etim lshie (CNP) 1,874

58. Madu Edozie (ID) 1,845

59. Chukwu-Eguzolugo Chikendu (JMPP) 1,853

60. Osuala Kennedy (RNBP)-1,792

61. Albert Ambrose (HDP)-1,663

62. David lze-lyamu (BNPP) 1,649

63. lnwa Sakil (UPN) 1,631

64. Akpau Robinson (NDLP)1,588

65. Mark Audu (UP) 1,561

66. Ishaka Ofemile (NEPP) 1,524

67. Kriz David (LM) 1,438

68. Ademola Abidemi (NCMP)-1,378

69. Edosomwan Johnson (NDCP) 1,192

70. Abah Elaigwu (CAP) 1,111

71. Angela Johnson (AUN) 1,092

72. Nwangwu Peter (WTPN) 732

Registered Voters was 82,344, 107
Accredited voters 29,364,209
Total votes cast 28,614,190
Total valid votes 27,324,583
Rejected votes 1,289,607

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