Tension as shooting rocks Osun over senatorial  result

There was palpable tension along Gbongan/Osogbo road and at the headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission’s office in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, on Sunday night. It was gathered that the result from Ife Central Local Government Area was the subject of controversy between supporters of the All Progressives Congress and

Buhari Wins Ogun State with 308,290 Votes | Pres. Jonathan Pulls 207,950 Votes


APC presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, garnered the highest number of votes in the presidential elections in Ogun State. Vanguard reports that Buhari got 308,290 votes, winning in 13 local government areas, while President Goodluck Jonathan got 207,950 and won in seven out of the 20 local government areas in the

Cancel Poll Results In… – APC To INEC


The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) have been told to cancel the entire results of the 2015 Presidential Election and National Assembly elections in Enugu and Akwa-Ibom states, This Day reports. The All Progressive Party, APC, made he call because as at 8pm, Sunday, only three out of 17 local governments

Buhari wins in Wada’s ward, leads in Kogi

As the Independent Electoral Commission collates the results of the March 28 Presidential poll across the country, the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Maj. Gen Muhammadu Buhari(retd.), is leading in six of the 11 Local Government Areas collated so far in Kogi State on Sunday.

Gunmen storm INEC collation centre

Four gunmen on Sunday night stormed the Independent National Electoral Commission’s collation centre at United Christian Primary School, Apapa in Lagos State. An eyewitness told our correspondent that came to the centre around 9pm. Before the armed men could carry out any attack soldiers stationed around the centre quickly stepped

#NigeriaDecides: INEC Announces Results In Ekiti

The Chief Returning Officer for the Presidential Election for Ekiti State and VC of Federal University of Technology, (FUTA), Akure, Prof. Biyi Daramola said during a briefing with journalists at INEC office in Ekiti state that president Jonathan won all 16 local governments in Ekiti State. President Jonathan scored a total of

APC accuses Gombe INEC of plotting to manipulate results


“INEC, PDP and some security operatives are conniving to ensure that all results collated will be made to favour PDP aspirants.” The post APC accuses Gombe INEC of plotting to manipulate results appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

2015 Elections: Pres. Jonathan Wins in Ekiti with 176,474 Votes | Buhari is Second with 120,332 Votes


According to Vanguard, President Goodluck Jonathan has emerged as the candidate with the most votes in Ekiti State. He reportedly won in all 16 local government areas of the state. Also, PDP candidates are said to have won the three senatorial seats and six House of Representatives seats in the

APC wins all the senatorial seats in Oyo

Gbenro Adesina/Ibadan Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State Senatorial candidates of All Progressive Party (APC) won in the three Senatorial Districts in Oyo state.

Prominent Nigerians Task Politicians, Supporters To Accept Election Outcome

Ahead of the announcement of the Presidential elections result by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), some prominent Nigerians have appealed to politicians and their supporters to accept the outcome of the elections in good faith for national peace. In an interview with Channels Television, the Director of the National

“My Country Needs To Use INEC’s PVC” – US Ambassador


Mr. James Entwistle who is the Ambassador of the United States of America, to Nigeria, on Sunday praised the decision of the Independent National Electoral Commission to deploy technology for the conduct of the general elections which commenced on Saturday.

Gen. Buhari wins in Ogun state

APC Presidential candidate, Gen Buhari has been announced the winner of the Presidential election in Ogun state. The state Collating Officer, Duro Oni, while announcing the results at the commission's secretariat in Ogun state this night said of the total 559,613 votes cast, Gen Buhari pulled 308,290 to defeat President