2023 Presidential Election: Full Break Down Of 25.3 Million Votes

Breakdown Of 25.3 Million Votes In Nigeria’s 2023 Presidential Election

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Bola Tinubu of the APC party has been declared winner of the Presidential race by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). He won about 37 per cent of the votes, the electoral commission said, while Atiku Abubakar of the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) drew 29 per cent and Peter Obi of the Labour Party took 25.5 per cent.

Peoples Democratic Party’s Atiku Abubakar and Labour Party’s Peter Obi came second and third respectively in a contest that saw both of them win in 12 states each, just like the President-elect, Tinubu.

According to INEC’s data, 93.5 million eligible voters registered to participate in the election, out of which only 25.3 million participated and had their votes count.

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A total of 18 presidential candidates contested the election held across the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, on Saturday.

Below is how they shared the 25.3 million valid votes in the election.

CandidatePartyTotal votes
Imumolen ChristopherA61,014
Hamza Al-MustaphaAA14,542
Omoyele SoworeAAC14,608
Dumebi KachikwuADC81,919
Yabagi Sani YusufADP43,924
Bola TinubuAPC8,794,726
Peter UmeadiAPGA61,966
Princess Ojei ChichiAPM25,961
Charles NnadiAPP12,839
Sunday AdenugaBP16,156
Peter ObiLP6,101,533
Rabiu KwankwasoNNPP1,496,687
Felix JohnsonNRM24,869
Atiku AbubakarPDP6,984,520
Kola AbiolaPRP72,144
Adewole AdebayoSDP80,267
AAbdul-Malik Ado-IbrahimYPP60,600
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Dan Nwanyanwu                      ZLP                                              77,665


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