2023 Presidential election results: Tinubu leads in Abuja 

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, has won the presidential election in two Area Councils in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Out of the three Area Councils declared so far,  Tinubu won in Kwali and Abaji Area Councils, while the candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, won in Kuje area council.

The Federal Capital Territory has six Area Councils – Gwagwalada, Abaji, Kwali, Gwagwalada, Bwari and Abuja Municipal.

The collation of the results for the FCT is ongoing at the FCT collation center in Abuja.

In Kwali, Tinubu polled 11,242 votes to defeat his closest rival, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, who got 9,054 votes. Obi of the Labour Party scored 7,302 votes to emerge third in the Area Council.

In Abaji, Tinubu garnered 10,370 votes, leaving Atiku to trail with 6,888 votes and Obi emerging a distance third with 2,874 votes.

Meanwhile, Obi won Kuje area council with 14,257 votes while Tinubu secured the second position with 10,648 votes and Atiku came third with 10,028 votes.

So far, Tinubu has 32,260 votes to stay ahead of Atiku who has 25,970 votes and Obi with 24,433 votes.

Results are expected from Bwari, Abuja Municipal and Gwagwalada Area Councils. Tinubu leads in Katsina, wins 11 LGAs as Atiku gets six

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Bola Tinubu is leading his two main rivals Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Rabiu Kwankwaso of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) in Katsina state.

So far, Tinubu has won 11 local government areas, while Atiku has triumphed in six in the 17 local government areas where results have been collated and announced so far.

The state has 34 local government areas, which means there 17 more local governments to go.

Tinubu has polled a total of 216,887 votes, while Mr Atiku has 201,542 votes.

Kwankwaso, who has yet to win in any local government area, is trailing with 23,298 votes.

Atiku of PDP won in Batsari Local Government area with 8,889 against Mr Tinubu’s 7,017. While the NNPP gets 1,096 in the area.

He also won Mashi with 16,086, APC 12,868 and NNPP got 1107.

Another local government area which Atiku won is Kurfi where he polled 12,528 ahead of Tinubu who got 11,203. The PDP candidate also won Batagarawa with 16,987 against 13,950 polled by Tinubu.

Atiku also won Dutsin Ma with 17,917 ahead of Tinubu who got 13,233 and Kwankwaso who got 3,799.

Kusada local government also went to the PDP with10,990 while APC got 7,442 and NNPP polled 474.

Tinubu however won at Matazu with 12,008 ahead of Atiku who got 9,644 and Kwankwaso who polled 415. In Kaita, APC got 14,595, PDP 11,793 and NNPP 799.

In Musawa local government area, APC has 14,360, PDP 10,603 and NNPP 2,033. Tinubu won Ingawa with 12,315 while Atiku got 12,152 and Kwankwaso 3,388.

In Charanci, Tinubu got 12,779 Atiku got 8,020 and Kwankwaso 609.

In Dutsi local government area, the APC candidate polled 9,258 votes ahead of Atiku’s 8,074 and Kwankwaso’s 289.

Mai’Adua local government area was won by Tinubu with 19,098 ahead of Atiku who got 14,096 while Kwankwaso got 747.

In Rimi local government area, the APC candidate got 16,759 ahead of the PDP which polled15, 318 and NNPP 1,039.

Tinubu also won Danmusa LGA by polling 11,259, while Atiku got 7,294 and Kwankwaso polled 699.

In Sandamu LGA, the APC candidate got 13,681, while the PDP’s got 10,434 and the NNPP’s got 399.

Ɗandume Local Government Area was also won by Tinubu who polled 15, 062.  Atiku trailed behind with 10,718 votes and Kwankwaso came third in the local government with 3,163 votes.