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Talking outcomes of Nigeria elections with Sophie Mokoena

Muhammadu Buhari’s has been declared victorious in Nigeria’s Presidential election. Something that has left the country divided.
In Abuja and Kanu on opinions have differed on the outcome.
In winning the presidential ticket, the former military leader proved wrong those who doubted his ability to survive the blows that blighted his first term, including recession and militant attacks. Joining us now we have the SABC’s foreign editor, Sophie Mokoena joining us to talk more on the Nigerian elections.

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Nigeria awaits the final poll results: Sarah Kimani

Britain and the United States say they are concerned that the collation of election results in Nigeria may be affected by political interference. The incumbent Goodluck Jonathan is currently leading by almost 10 thousand votes with eight out of 36 states officially declared.

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Life on hold as Nigerians await election results

(25 Feb 2019) As Nigerians anxiously await the official result of the presidential election, daily activities have been put on hold.
Business owners in Kano say they are losing customers who do not want to spend money until the final outcome is known.
Nigeria’s electoral commission has begun announcing some results from the country’s 36 states but the process that will take hours and could extend into Tuesday or beyond.
President Muhammadu Buhari has won in the states of Ekiti, Osun and Kwara in the west and southwest while top challenger Atiku Abubakar has won the Federal Capital Territory, the name of the state that encompasses Abuja.
To win the presidency, a candidate must garner a majority of overall votes as well as at least 25 percent of the vote in two-thirds of Nigeria’s 36 states. If that isn’t achieved, the election moves to a runoff.

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Results in Nigeria's most anticipated election have started trickling in

Results in Nigeria’s most anticipated election have started trickling in.
Voters went to the polls on Saturday and Sunday – in a vote partially marred by delays and technical hiccups. President Goodluck Jonathan is seeking a second term. He facing stiff competition from former military leader Muhammadu Buhari.

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Emergency Broadcast: What Nnamdi Kanu Said About 2019 Election Results

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has issued a stern warning to Governors from South East region against altering presidential election results in favour of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Kanu in a live broadcast on Sunday night monitored by REPORTERS AT LARGE said Buhari issued a directive to Igbo Governors to deliver 25% votes to APC or risk governorship seats.

The IPOB leader, however, warned that he would bring down any Governor who alters the result in South East.

Kanu added that altering of election result will not be accepted in Biafra, like in the West where national Leader of APC, Bola Tinubu is rigging.

Kanu said: “There is an order from cabals to 5 governors of SE to deliver at least 25% votes to APC or lose the governorship elections. The Meeting is going on in Enugu right now

“Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State and Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state. I received intelligent information from a very reliable source that you are planning to tamper with the results in favour of APC Buhari.

“If South East Governors try to alter the election results to please Buhari I will bring them down in 7days.

“I will issue an order if 25% of votes in Abia, Ebonyi and Enugu are delivered to INEC in favour of Jubril of Sudan

“If they think I am bluffing or serious let them try it. This rigging nonsense can happen in the West with Tinubu but they should not try to alter the will of people in the South.”


Nigeria's elections postponed by every week – 16 Feb 2019

Nigeria’s Electoral Fee (INEC) has postponed presidential & parliamentary elections by every week simply hours earlier than the opening of polls on 16 February 2019

Nigeria’s presidential and parlimentary elections will now happen on February 23. Elections for governorships, state Home of Meeting and space councils will likely be held on March 9.

The Chairperson of the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee Mahmood Yakubu, mentioned after late night time emergency talks that the timetable was “now not possible”.

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