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Breaking: INEC declares APC’s Mala Buni winner in Yobe

Former national secretary of All Progressives Congress (APC), Mai Mala Buni, has been declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as the winner of Saturday’s governorship election in Yobe state.

Professor Abubakar Musa Gundiri, INEC’s returning officer for the governorship election who made the declaration said Buni of APC emerged winner having scored the highest votes.

Here is the breakdown of the results.

Damaturu:

APC 26,087

PDP 3,760

Reg. voters 108,425

Accredited voters 31,631

Gaidam:

APC 18724

PDP 2760

Reg voters 69298

Accredited 2240

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Nguru:

APC 28,366

PDP 19,468

Reg voters 91,486

Accredited 50,728

Bade:

APC 32,213

PDP 8,854

Reg voters 104,421

Accredited 43,140

Yunusari:

APC 28,858

PDP 893

Reg voters 67,364

Accredited 30127

Karasuwa:

APC. 24,262

PDP 2,762

Reg voters 54,568

Accredited 27,802

Yusufari:

APC 22,221

PDP 2,964

Potiskum:

APC 54,773

PDP 5,114

Reg voters 164,405

Accredited 53,284

Fune LGA:

APC 36,040

PDP 14,327

Reg voters 114,794

Accredited 52772

Jakusko:

APC. 30,828

PDP. 5,887

Reg voters. 79760

Accredited 37713

Bursari:

APC 20,657

PDP 2,813

Reg voters 58,406

Accredited 24,301

Gulani:

APC 21,765

PDP 4,576

Reg voters 63,394

Accredited 26,967

Fika:

APC 36,519

PDP 9,552

Reg voters 100,725

Accredited 47,872

Machina:

APC 16,950

PDP 2,164

Reg voters

Accredited

Nangere:

APC 25,698

PDP 4,765

Reg voters 76,279

Accredited 32,085

Tarmuwa:

APC 11,338

PDP. 3,925

Reg voters 41,712

Accredited 16,126

Gujba:

APC 17,714

PDP 1,119

Reg voters 66,030

Accredited 19,702

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the INEC on Saturday, March 9, conducted governorship elections across 29 out of 36 states across Nigeria and state House of Assembly elections across the country.

The electoral commission on Sunday, March 10, commenced official collation of the governorship results. While some results in some states have been collated and winners announced, collations are still ongoing in some states.

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