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Hello, Mr President! INEC announces Goodluck Jonathan as winner of 2011 election

By Sola Fasasi

Just minutes ago, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Chairman, Prof Attahiru Jega, announced incumbent President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan as the winner of the election which held on Saturday, 16th April, 2011.

With 22, 495, 187 votes out of 39, 469, 484 total votes cast, it would seem that the President’s good luck has not run out! This does not come as surprise though, as the state by state results announcement between Sunday and today, 18th April, already revealed that the Peoples’ Democratic Party forerunner took far more votes than any other candidate across the federation.

The General Muhammadu Buhari and Pastor Tunde Bakare-led Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) came in second place with 12, 214, 853 votes, which were mostly from the Northern states, and the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) came in next with 2, 079, 151 votes.

Full details below:

ACN – 2, 079, 151

ADC – 51, 682

ANPP – 917, 012

APS – 23, 740

ARP – 12, 264

BNPP – 47, 272

CPC – 12, 214, 853

FRESH – 34, 331

HDP – 12, 023

LDPN – 8, 472

NPPP – 16, 492

NCP – 26, 376

NNDP – 25, 938

NTP – 19, 744

PDC – 82, 243

PDP – 22, 495, 187

PNP – 56, 248

PPP – 54, 203

SDNP – 11, 544

UNPD – 21, 203

TOTAL VALID VOTES – 38, 209, 978

TOTAL REJECTED VOTES – 1, 259, 506

TOTAL VOTES CAST – 39, 469, 484

YNaija will keep you updated as more details come in!

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