BREAKING: Buhari Wins Big In Kano, Clinches 1.4m Votes

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BUHARI WINS BIG

BREAKING: Buhari Wins Big In Kano, Clinches 1.4m Votes…President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress polled 1,464,768 (78.9%) of the vote cast in Kano. Atiku Abubakar of the PDP polled 391,573 (21.1%).

The Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, President Muhammadu Buhari, has defeated his opponent, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku of the Peoples Democratic Party, with over 1, 073, 175m votes

The Collation Officer for the just concluded Presidential election in Kano, Professor Magaji Garba is the vice-chancellor, Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State.

He disclosed the results at the early hours of Tuesday, after the collation of the results from across the 44 Local Government Areas of the state.

He said, the APC Presidential candidate scored 1, 464, 768m, to defeat the PDP candidate, who garnered 391,593 votes.

Garba explained that the total votes cast during the election on Saturday was 1,964,751m, while the total valid votes stood at 1.891,134m, just as the total rejected votes is 73,617.






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