Check Out Who Is Winning The Presidential Elections (NIGERIA) So Far Counting of ballot papers has commenced in different states across the country and some still ongoing even as Independent National Electoral Commission extends voting in states where card readers failed till Sunday 29, March.

STATE APC% PDP%

ABIA APC (25%) PDP (75%)

ADAMAWA APC (55%) PDP (45%)

AKWA IBOM APC (22%) PDP (78%)

ANAMBRA ? ?

BAUCHI APC (75%) PDP (25%)

BAYELSA APC (10%) PDP (90%)

BENUE APC (70%) PDP (30%)

BORNO APC (90%) PDP (10%)

CROSSRIVER APC (23%) PDP (77%)

DELTA APC (25%) PDP (75%)

EBONYI ? ?

EDO APC (55%) PDP (45%)

EKITI APC (55%) PDP (45%)

ENUGU APC (20%) PDP (80%)

GOMBE APC (75%) PDP (25%)

IMO APC (70%) PDP (30%)

JIGAWA APC (90%) PDP (10%)

KADUNA APC (60%) PDP (40%)

KANO APC (90%) PDP (10%)

KATSINA APC (90%) PDP (10%)

KEBBI APC (87%) PDP (13%)

KOGI APC (45%) PDP (55%)

KWARA APC (85%) PDP (15%)

LAGOS APC (90%) PDP (10%)

NASSARAWA APC (65%) PDP (35%)

NIGER APC (70%) PDP (30%)

OGUN APC (85%) PDP (15%)

ONDO APC (40%) PDP (60%)

OSUN APC (70%) PDP (30%)

OYO APC (70%) PDP (30%)

PLATEAU APC (65%) PDP (35%)

RIVERS APC (55%) PDP (45%)

SOKOTO APC (88%) PDP (12%)

TARABA APC (65%) PDP (35%)

YOBE APC (92%) PDP (8%)

ZAMFARA APC (80%) PDP (20%)

FCT APC (55%) PDP (45%)

As more polling units and wards turn in
their results, updates will be made as the
above result is not the final result; it only
shows a breakdown of the count so far in
different wards of all thirty six states
including the capital of Nigeria.
Results from Anambra and Ebonyi will be
updated as we await verification.

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