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fter more than 48 hours of collation, Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives (APC) has emerged winner of the .

He polled 15,191,847 votes to defeat his closest contender, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who polled 11,262,978 votes.

But, looking beyond the APC and PDP, a total of 73 political parties participated in the election — so, how did these other parties fare?

You can find out in the table below, just at one glance:

How Presidential Candidates Fared
S/N PARTY VOTES SCORED POSITION
1. A 19,209 16th
2. AA 14,380 20th
3. AAC 33,953 10th
4. AAP 8,902 24th
5. ABP 4,523 35th
6. ACD 11,325 21st
7. ACPN 7,223 25th
8. ADC 97,874 4th
9. ADP 54,930 6th
10. AGA 4,689 32nd
11. AGAP 3,074 45th
12. ANDP 3,104 44th
13. ANN 16,779 17th
14. ANP 3,586 41st
15. ANRP 4,340 36th
16. APA 36,866 8th
17. APC 15,191,847 1st
18. APDA 26,558 12th
19. APGA 66,851 5th
20. APM 26,039 13th
21. APP 3,585 42nd
22. ASD 2,146 56th
23. AUN 1,092 72nd
24. BNPP 1,649 63rd
25. CAP 1,111 71st
26. CC 2,391 52nd
27. CNP 1,874 58th
28. DA 2,769 47th
29. DPC 5,242 29th
30. DPP 14,483 19th
31. FRESH 4,554 34th
32. FJP 4,174 37th
33. GDPN 41,852 7th
34. GPN 4,924 31st
35. HDP 1,663 62nd
36. ID 1,845 60th
37. JMPP 1,853 59th
38. KP 1,911 57th
39. LM 1,438 68th
40. LP 5,074 30th
41. MAJA 2,651 49th
42. MMN 14,540 18th
43. MPN 2,752 48th
44. NAC 2,279 54th
45. NCMP 1,378 69th
46. NCP 3,799 40th
47. NDCP 1,192 70th
48. NDLP 1,588 65th
49. NEPP 1,524 67th
50. NFD 4,096 38th
51. NIP 2,248 55th
52. NNPP 6,111 27th
53. NPC 10,081 22nd
54. NRM 6,229 26th
55. NUP 5,323 28th
56. PCP 110,196 3rd
57. PDP 11,262,978 2nd
58. PPA 21,822 15th
59. PPC 8,979 23rd
60. PPN 4,622 33rd
61. PT 2,613 50th
62. RAP 2,972 46th
63. RBNP 1,792 61st
64. RP 2,388 53rd
65. SDP 34,746 9th
66. SNC 28,680 11th
67. SNP 3,941 39th
68. UDP 3,170 43rd
69. UP 1,561 66th
70. UPN 1,631 64th
71. WTPN 732 73rd
72. YES 2,394 51st
73. YPP 21,886 14th

 

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BIG BLOW! SEE THE MAJOR BACKGROUND REASON APC AND GOVERNOR OYETOLA LOST IN COURT AS PDP AND ADELEKE CELEBRATE

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The result of the Osun State governorship has been a subject of controversy since the exercise took place.
 
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This was because the main opposition party in the state and its candidate in the election, Senator Ademola Adeleke kicked against the result of the election and dragged the ruling All Progressives and its governorship candidate, Ggoyega Oyetola to court.
The Osun State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Abuja has dismissed the separate objections filed by the All Progressives Congress and its candidate, Gboyega Oyetola, as well as the Independent National Electoral Commission against the petition challenging their victory at the September 2018 election.
The Peoples Democratic Party and its governorship candidate in the election had filed the petition urging the tribunal to declare that he polled the highest lawful votes and should be declared the winner.
But Oyetola, APC and INEC  had filed their notices of preliminary objection contending among others that the petition was incompetent and that the court lacked jurisdiction.
 
Delivering the‎ lead ruling of the three-man tribunal, Justice Peter Obi, held that the objections were misconceived and struck them out.
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The tribunal added that the tribunal had jurisdiction to hear the petition. There are two other reserved rulings the tribunal is to deliver before delving into the merit of the petition.
 
The Justice Ibrahim Sirajo-led three-man bench began delivering judgment at 10.33am on Friday.
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It is necessary to remember how the said election happened that led to this legal logjam as the main opposition party made its stand known earlier before heading to the court

Meanwhile, it would be recalled that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had declared Gboyega Oyetola, candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the Osun state governorship election.

Joseph Fuwape, returning officer of the election, made the declaration at the head office of the commission in OsunFuwape said Oyetola polled 255,505 votes to defeat Ademola Adeleke of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who had 255,023 votes.
 
Adeleke was leading by a margin of 325 votes in the election which held on Saturday but INEC declared the exercise inconclusive, saying the requirements for a winner to be declared were not met.
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It subsequently fixed a rerun for Thursday. The rerun held across seven polling units in four local government areas.
 
The PDP has rejected the election, describing it as a charade.
 
Uche Secondus, national chairman of the party, had said the election exposed APC rigging formula for 2019.
Speaking with TheCable at his Ede residenceearlier on Thursday, the PDP candidate accused INEC of conspiring with the ruling party to thwart the will of the people. He said the state was under siege during the rerun, lamenting the attack on his supporters.
“This is not a free and fair election. Osun state is under siege; we are at war in Osun. They didn’t allow my party to ,” he said. It’s only APC people they allowed to . INEC and security agents have compromised. So, there is no election in Osun today. I urge INEC to cancel the election with immediate effect and declare me the winner because I’ve already won the election. ”
 
Voters, observers and journalists were attacked across the seven polling units where the exercise held.
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We have records to show how Buhari, APC rigged presidential election – Buba Galadima

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Buba Galadima, Spokesman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Campaign Organisation, has revealed how the incumbent government allegedly rigged last month’s to retain its grip on power.

Galadima, an estranged ally of incumbent Muhammadu Buhari, accused the All Progressives (APC)-led federal government of using the military to intimidate voters and inflate election results in its favour.

He spoke on Wednesday while appearing as a guest on Channels TV’s breakfast show, Sunrise Daily.

Galadima said the events in Rivers State were evidence of the intimidation.

“It is not an accusation, the military are good candidates of the International Criminal Court. I saw it on television where they were going to houses killing people,” the Atiku spokesperson said.

He claimed that records are available to show that Atiku Abubakar of the PDP, won the presidential election.

“They said they won and want to go to court to inspect the election materials, that is clearly to show they rigged the election.

“I am speaking with authority and I can defend it in the court of law. Have you ever heard that a respondent went to court to check the results of an election because he was not sure his agents did the right thing?” he said.

 

Source: Daily post

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