The Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, won the polling unit of the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan.
Ahmad Lawan cast his votes at the Katuzu Primary School polling unit 001B., Gashua in Yobe State in the morning.
While the APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu got 107 votes, Atiku won with 186.
For Senatorial, APC Lawan, got 114 votes while the PDP senatorial candidate got 219, the New Nigeria’s People Party got 11 votes, African Democratic Congress got a vote and five votes were recorded as invalid.
Earlier, the Senate president after casting his vote on Saturday, expressed confidence that the Presidential candidate of his party, Tinubu will win the election.
Lawan said the amendment of the Electoral Act by the ninth National Assembly which gave the Independent National Electoral Commission sufficient latitude to introduce more technology in the electoral process made the 2023 polls very significant.
Speaking to journalists after he voted at his Katuzu ward polling unit in his home town, Gashua in Yobe State, Lawan said, “Today’s elections are very significant for so many reasons but one of the major reasons is what the ninth National Assembly has done – to produce an amendment of the Electoral Act that gives INEC sufficient latitude to introduce more technology for the election process.