These are the results of Nigeria’s presidential elections.
Nigerians trooped to 119,973 Polling Units to vote for 72 presidential candidates, senatorial candidates to fill 109 seats and House of Representatives candidates to occupy 360 seats.
Pulse has been bringing you LIVE updates of the elections all week long; and you can read up all of that here.
For all the official results of the presidential election, held across the nation’s 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) of Abuja, as announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Live from the Collation Center in Abuja, stay with us and keep checking below:
Pulse is now LIVE at the National Collation Center in Abuja and representatives of the various political parties are currently introducing themselves.
INEC has postponed the announcement of results to 11am of Monday, February 25, 2019, because most of the electoral officers from across the states are yet to arrive Abuja with their result sheets.
Recall that voting started late in most polling units across Nigeria.
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