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Atiku Floors Buhari Inside Aso Rock Polling Unit

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, today defeated President Muhammadu Buhari in one of the two polling units located inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja. There are two polling units in the seat power.

For PU 022 Atiku polled 525 against Buhari’s 465.

For the senatorial election, PDP won with 546 votes against APC’s 477.

For the House of Representatives, PDP won with 521 votes against APC’s 466.


There are still results of three voting points pending in the second polling unit, PU 021.

The breakdown is as follows:

Unit 022 voting point 1

Presidential

APC 90, PDP 53



Senatorial

APC 89 PDP 55

Reps

APC 90 PDP 53

Voting point 2

Presidential

APC 73 PDP 84

Senatorial

APC 76 PDP 89

Reps

APC 74 PDP 85

Voting point 3

Presidential

APC 76 PDP 87

Senate

APC 76 PDP 87

Reps

APC 75 PDP 82

Voting Point 4

Presidential

PDP 70. APC 76

Senate

PDP 77 APC 69

Reps

PDP 69 APC 67

Voting Point 5

Presidential

APC 40 PDP 90

Senate

APC 50 PDP 92

Reps

APC 43 PDP 87

Voting point 6

Presidential

APC 72 PDP 85

Senatorial

APC 75 PDP 87

Reps

APC 75 PDP 89

Voting point 7

Presidential

APC 38 PDP 56

Senatorial

PDP 59 APC42

Reps

PDP 56 APC 40

Total

Presidential- PDP 525 APC 465

Senatorial PDP 546 APC 477

Reps PDP 521 APC 466

Polling Unit O21, voting Point 1

Presidential

APC 83 PDP 53

Senatorial

APC 86 PDP 57

Reps

APC 84 PDP 57

Voting point 02

Presidential

APC 84 PDP 68

Senatorial

APC 83 PDP 76

Reps

APC 84 PDP 72

Voting point 03

Pending

Voting point 4

Pending

Voting point 05

Pending

Voting point 06

Presidential

PDP 95 APC 28

Senatorial

PDP 101 APC 27

Reps

PDP 101 APC 26

08

Presidential

PDP 88 APC 124

Senatorial

PDP 91 APC 117

Reps

PDP 86 APC 117


Source: Punch

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