Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential, PDP, candidate, has won Kaduna State’s presidential election.
With 554,360 votes, Atiku defeated Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, who received 399,293 votes, to win the election in Kaduna.
Peter Obi, the Labour Party candidate, received 294 494 votes in the election.
Below is the final result from Kaduna State:
Registered voters: 4,335,208
Accredited voters: 1,418046
Valid votes: 1360153
Invalid votes: 41,223
Total Vote cast: 1,401376
In a similar vein, Atiku won the presidential election in Sokoto State with 288,679 votes, defeating the APC candidate’s 285,444 votes.
The LP candidate came in second with 6,568 votes, and the NNPP came in third with 1300 votes.
Meanwhile, he has been declared the winner of the polls in Sokoto with over 3,000 votes. Atiku polled 288,679 votes as against 285,444 which was polled by Tinubu.
Following in a great distance was the LP candidate who polled 6,568 votes and the NNPP with 1300 votes.
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