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INEC Results: Live Updates As Jega Announces Results Of Election 2015 At Press Conference

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Keep refreshing this page to get updates on the Live Media Briefing where Jega announces the results:

Updated every 5 minutes

  • 2:01 PM – Presentation of party candidates
  • 2:03 PM – INEC Chairman takes the stage to introduce himself and the guidelines
  • 2:15 PM – Jega is giving highlights about how the coalition officers guideline has helped with calculating the results.
  • 2:16 PM – Jega shows the press the blank sheets
  • 2:16 PM – Jega says there are 19 procedures that the Collation officers followed
  • 2:26 PM – Jega says that the acronym of the parties will be read out shortly and the names will be read alphabetically
  • 2:32 PM – INEC Official announces the procedure that will be followed by Collation officers to announces results from their zones.
  • 2:34 PM – Sign language specialist takes the stage to give sign-language reports for people who may not be able to listen to the reports but can watch and understand languages.
  • 2:39 PM – INEC Officials are putting together some details while people wait for someone to take the stage.
  • 2:42 PM – INEC Official says that if there are any complains, there would be a complain form called the EC40G
  • 2:43 PM – Jega says results will be announced on first-come, first-served. The first that will be announced is Ekiti State
  • 2:44 PM – Collation officer from Ekiti State takes the stage to announce the results for that state
  • 2:56 PM – Collation officer announces Ekiti State – Total Registered Voters – 723,255, Accredited Voters – 323,739, Rejected votes – 8,754. For the major parties, APC – 120,331, PDP – 176,466
  • 2:58 PM – Collation officer for Ogun State is invited to come and give the figures for Ogun State and he announces that there are 20 local governments and 14 parties participated in the elections.
  • 3:06 PM – Ogun State figures are – Registered Voters – 1,709,409, Accredited Voters – 594,975, Total Valid Votes – 533,172, Rejected Votes – 26,441, Total Votes Cast – 559,613. The party votes are AA: 584, AD: 1927, ACPN: 3072, ADC: 1364, APA: 1930, APC: 308,290, CPP: 978, HOPE: 332, KOWA: 432, NCP: 815, PDP: 207,950, PPN: 4339, UDP: 562, UPP: 597
  • 3:11 PM – Enugu State Collation officer is invited to the stage to announce the figures for Enugu State who says there are 17 local governments.
  • 3:17 PM – Enugu State figures are – Registered Voters – 1,381,563, Accredited Voters – 616,112, Total Valid Voters – 573,173, Rejected Votes – 12,459, Total Votes Cast – 585,632. The party results are AA:441, ACPN: 479, AD: 269, ADC: 478, APA: 715, APC: 14,157, CPP: 237, HOPE: 110, KOWA: 203, NCP: 76, PDP: 553,003, PPN: 407, UDP: 1623, UPP: 290
  • 3:21 PM – Kogi State is next and the collation officer takes the stage to announce the figures from that state announcing that 21 LGAs in the state with 14 parties.Registered Voters – 1,350,883 Accredited Voters – 476,839 Total Valid Voters – 431,328, Rejected Votes – 17,959, Total Votes Cast – 439,287AA: 700, ACPN: 1039, AD: 427, ADC: 761, ADA: 1001, APC: 264,851, CPP: 967, HOPE: 144, KOWA: 190, NCP: 399, PDP: 149,987, PPN: 476, UDP: 180, UPP: 156,
  • 3:29 PM – Osun state is next and the collation officer takes the stage. Osun State figures are – Registered Voters – 1,378,113 Accredited Voters – 683,169AA: 377, ADC: 937, APA: 1306, APC: 383,603, CPP: 1029, HOPE: 132, KOWA: 255, PDP: 249,929, PPN: 599, UDP: 124, UPP: 159
  • 3:40 PM  – Ondo State is next and the collation officer takes the stage to announce the figures for that state.
  • 3:44 PM – Ondo State figures are – Registered Voters 1,501,549, Accredited Voters – 618,040 Total Valid Voters – 561,056, Rejected Votes – 21,379, Total Votes Cast – 582,435. The results for the parties are – AA: 386, ACPN: 2406, AD: 1237, ADC: 1227, APA: 1139, APC: 299,889, CPP: 1012, HOPE: 184, KOWA: 223, NCP: 846, PDP: 251,368, PPN: 734, UDP: 184, UPP: 221
  • 3:47 PM  – The FCT is next and the collation officer takes the stage to announce the figures
  • 3:53 PM – The FCT figures for the parties are – Registered Voters – 886,573 Accredited Voters – 344,056, Valid Voters – 306,805, Rejected Votes – 9210, Total Votes Cast – 316,015. The figures for the parties are – AA: 139, ACPN: 342, AD: 240, ADC: 288, APA: 674, APC: 146,399, CPP: 347, HOPE: 83, KOWA: 165, NCP: 473, PDP: 157,195, PPN: 269, UDP: 95, UPP: 96
  • 4:00 PM – Oyo State Collation Officer is next on the stage
  • 4:05 PM – The figures for Oyo State parties are – Registered Voters – 2,344,448, Accredited Voters – 1,073,849, Total Valid Votes – 881,352, Rejected Votes – 47,254, Total Votes Cast – 928,606. The party figures are – AA: 6,331, ACPN: 8,979, AD: 6282, ADC: 5000, APA: 4468, APC: 528,620, CPP: 6674, HDP:839, KOWA: 1312, NCP: 1895, PDP: 303,376, PPN: 2842, UDP: 1069, UPP: 3665
  • 4:05 PM – The INEC Official coordinating this session says that the last one for this session is Nasarawa State. The remaining figures will be announced later tonight by 8:00 PM
  • 4:06 PM – Nasarawa State collation officer is the last for the first session and takes the stage announcing that there are 13 LGAs in the state.
  • 4:08 PM – The figures for Nasarawa State are – Registered Voters – 1,222,054, Accredited Voters – 562,959, Total Valid Votes – 521,641, Rejected Votes – 10,094, Total Votes Cast – 521,641. The figures for the parties are – AA: 40, ACPN: 95, AD: 74, ADC: 105, APA: 310, APC: 236,838, CPP: 131, HOPE: 4, KOWA: 48, NCP: 222, PDP: 273,460, PPN: 164, UDP: 23, UPP: 33

We are ready to continue with the updates from INEC when the session commences at the International Conference Centre in Abuja. Keep refreshing this page to get updates as soon as the session resumes.

  • 8:43 PM – Jega takes his seat to begin the second session to announce the results of the remaining states that have collated their results and sent them to INEC
  • 8:47 PM – So we begin…
  • 8:47 PM – An APC representative is contesting the results from Enugu for the APC
  • 8:48 PM – Jega is requesting for the results to be projected again and everyone is watching the screen.
  • 8:56 PM – The next state is Kano state and the collation officer takes the stage to announce the figures for the state.
  • 9:04 PM – The figures for Kano State are – Registered Voters – 4,936,862, Total Valid Voters – 2,128,821, Rejected Votes – 63,626, Total Votes Cast – 2,172,447 and the results for the parties are – AA: 426, ACPN: 778, AD: 708, ADC: 657, APA: 2770, APC: 1,903,999, CPP: 1552, HOPE: 292, KOWA: 288, NCP: 697, PDP: 215,779, PPN: 485, UDP: 234, UPP, 156
  • 9:05 PM – Jigawa State is next and the collation officer walks to the stage to give his figures for the state
  • 9:11 PM – The figures for Jigawa State are – Registered voters – 1,815,839, Accredited Voters – 1,153,428 Total Valid Votes – 1,037,564, Rejected Votes – 34,325, Total Votes Cast – 1,071,889. The Party results are – AA: 394, ACPN: 540, AD: 587, ADC: 375, APA: 2527, APC: 885,988, CPP: 1553, HOPE: 337, KOWA: 423, NCP: 548, PDP: 142,904, PPN: 853, UDP: 338, UPP: 197
  • 9:11 PM – Katsina State is the next state where the collation officer takes the stage
  • 9:15 PM – The figures for Katsina State are – Registered Voters – 2,842,741 Accredited Voters – 1,578,646, Rejected Votes – 32,448, Total Votes – 1,481,714. The party results are – AA: 183, ACPN: 402, AD: 283, ADC: 498, APA: 1671, APC: 1345441, CPP: 976, HOPE: 47, KOWA: 215, NCP, 330, PDP: 98,937, PPN: 254, UDP: 117, UPP: 72
  • 9:17 PM – Kwara State is next –  Registered Voters – 1,181,032, Accredited Voters – 489,360, Valid Votes – 440,080, Rejected Votes  – 21,321, Total Votes Cast – 461,401. The party results are – AA: 248, ACPN: 817, AD: 520, ADC: 438, APA: 1165, APC: 302,146, CPP: 910, HOPE: 118, KOWA: 214, NCP: 394, PDP: 132,602, PPN: 325, UDP: 81, UPP: 102
  • 9:21 PM – Kaduna State is next and the collation officer is ready to read the results.
  • 9:22 PM – Kaduna State has Registered Voters – 3,361,793, Accredited voters – 1,746,031 Valid Votes – 1,617,482, Rejected Votes – 32,719, Total Votes Cast – 1,650,201. The party figures are –  AA: 217, ACPN: 424, AD: 273, ADC: 546, APA: 1611, APC: 1,127,760, CPP: 824, HOPE: 105, KOWA: 176, NCP: 754: PDP: 484,085, PPN: 549, UDP: 79, UPP: 78
  • 9:31 PM – Anambra State is next and the collation officer makes it to the stage to announce the results
  • 9:34 PM – Anambra State results are – Registered Voters – 1,963,427, Accredited Voters – 774,430, Valid Votes – 688,584, Rejected Votes – 14,825, Total Votes Cast – 703,409. The party results are – AA: 547, ACPN: 1259, AD: 475, ADC: 534, APA: 2303, APC: 17,926, CPP: 1279, HOPE: 357, KOWA: 311, NCP: 887, PDP: 660,762,  PPN: 537, UDP: 286, UPP: 1121
  • 9:36 PM – Abia State is next and the collation officer takes the stage
  • 9:37 PM – Abia State results are – Registered Voters – 1,349,134, Accredited Voters – 442,538, Valid Votes – 391,045, Rejected Votes – 1004, Total Votes Cast – 401,049   AA: 315, ACPN: 2194, AD: 448, ADC: 569, APA: 2766, APC: 13394, CPP: 1046, HOPE: 125, KOWA: 173, NCP: 745, PDP: 368,303, PPN: 424: UDP: 213: UPP: 330
  • 9:42 PM – Jega has announced a 10 minutes break.
  • 10:47 PM – We are back from the break and ready to continue with Akwa Ibom state
  • 10:52 PM – Akwa Ibom State has the following details – Registered Voters – 1,644,481, Accredited Voters – 1,074,070.The party results are – AA: 1600, AD: 443, ACPN: 474, ADC: 608, APA: 384, APC: 58,411, CPP: 412, HOPE: 192, KOWA: 160, NCP: 381, PDP: 953,304, PPA: 327, UDP: 324, UPP: 144
  • 10:54 PM – Akwa Ibom is not concluded because the figures were not reconciled.
  • 10:55 PM – Imo State is next and the collation officer takes the stage
  • 11:02 PM – Imo State figures are Registered Voters – 1,747,681, Accredited Voters – 801,712, Total Valid Votes – 702,964, Rejected Votes – 28,957, Total Votes Cast – 731,921.  The party figures are – AA: 533, ACPA: 956, AD: 757, ADC: 1617, APA: 2236, APC: 133,253, CPP: 733, HOPE: 157, KOWA: 158, NCP: 784, PDP: 559,185, PPN: 414,  UDP: 264, UPP: 1917
  • 11:05 PM –  Plateau State is next and the collation officer takes the stage
  • 11:09 PM – Plateau State results are as follows – Registered Voters – 1,977,2111 Accredited Voters – 1,076,833 Valid Votes –  982,388 Rejected Votes – 18,304 Total Votes Cast – 1,000,692. The party results are AA: 178, ACPN: 311, AD: 271, ACP: 406, APA: 618, APC: 429,140, CPP, 237, HOPE: 56, KOWA: 138, NCP: 693, PDP: 549,615, PPN: 554, UDP: 54, UPP: 29
  • 11:15 PM – Reconciled figures are coming up from Akwa Ibom state where the collation officer is ready to represent. The results are Registered Voters 1,644,481 Accredited Voters – 1,074,070, Valid Votes – 1,017,064, Rejected Votes – 11,487, Total Votes Cast – 1,028,551. The party results are – AA: 1600, ACPN: 443, AD: 474, ADC: 608, APA: 384, APC: 58,411, CPP: 412, HOPE: 192, KOWA: 160, NCP: 381, PDP: 953,304, PPN: 327, UDP: 224, UPP: 144
  • 11:17 PM – Jega announces that INEC has taken all the states that are available for now
  • 11:17 PM – Jega announces that INEC will return to continue with the results from other states by 10:00 AM tomorrow.

Good morning, we are now ready to continue in Abuja with more results.

  • 11:17 AM – INEC Official is explaining that Nigerians should bear with them concerning the delay in starting the process
  • 11:18 AM – Jega is now apologizing for the delay as well.
  • 11:22 AM – A protest is being staged as someone stands up to say they have lost confidence in the Jega led INEC process and says the INEC is selective.
  • 11:39 AM – Jega is now responding to the protest
  • 11:44 AM – Jega addresses both protest issues and the INEC Officials want to continue the process.
  • 11:46 AM – Ebonyi State is next and the collation officer takes the stage

Ebonyi State figures are – Registered Voters – 1,071,226, Accredited Voters – 425,301, Total Valid Votes – 363,888, Rejected Votes – 29,449, Total Votes Cast – 393,337

Ebonyi State Party figures are:

AA: 426

ACPN: 1214

AD: 1133

ADC: 2704

APA: 2452

APC: 19,518

CPP: 2345

HOPE: 989

KOWA: 913

NCP: 1890

PDP: 323,653

PPN: 1168

UDP: 624

UPP:  4859

  • 11:54 AM – Niger State is next
  • 12:01 PM – The figures for Niger State are

Registered Voters – 1,995,679, Accredited Voters – 933,607, Total Valid Votes – 813,671, Rejected Votes – 31,012, Total Votes Cast – 844,683

Niger State Party figures are:

AA: 307

ACPN: 441

AD: 403

ADC: 614

APA: 2006

APC: 657,678

CPP: 1264

HOPE: 198

KOWA: 305

NCP: 550

PDP: 149,222

PPN: 449

UDP: 116

UPP:  118

  • 12:05 PM – Next is Lagos State and the collation officer takes the stage.
  • 12:11 PM – Lagos State figures are as follows – Registered Voters – 5,827,846, Accredited Voters – 1,678,754, Total Valid Votes – 1,443,686, Rejected Votes – 52,289, Total Votes Cast – 1,495,975

Lagos State Party figures are:

AA: 1795

ACPN: 3038

AD: 4453

ADC: 2072

APA: 2177

APC: 792,460

CPP: 1125

HOPE: 255

KOWA: 1000

NCP: 1430

PDP: 632,327

PPN: 1041

UDP: 265

UPP:  244

 

  • 12:15 PM – Bayelsa State is next
  • 12:15 PM – The collation officer for Bayelsa State takes the stage.
  • 12:20 PM – Bayelsa figures are – Registered Voters – 605,637, Accredited Voters – 384,789, Total Valid Votes – 367,067, Rejected Votes – 4672, Total Votes Cast – 371,739, Bayelsa State Party figures are:

AA: 45

ACPN: 38

AD: 39

ADC: 196

APA: 70

APC: 5194

CPP: 44

HOPE: 18

KOWA: 52

NCP: 95

PDP: 361,209

PPN: 62

UDP: 20

UPP:  35

  • 12:21 PM – Gombe State is next
  • 12:22 PM – Collation officer for Gombe State takes the stage.
  • 12:26 PM – Figures for Gombe are – Registered Voters – 1,110,105, Accredited Voters – 515,828, Total Valid Votes – 460,599, Rejected Votes – 12,845, Total Votes Cast – 473,444. Gombe State Party figures are:

AA: 104

ACPN: 192

AD: 169

ADC: 247

APA: 773

APC: 361,245

CPP: 407

HOPE: 46

KOWA: 97

NCP: 227

PDP: 96,873

PPN: 157

UDP: 25

UPP:  37

  • 12:28 PM – Cross-River State is next
  • 12:37 PM – The figures for Cross River State are – Registered Voters – 1,144,288, Accredited Voters – 500,577, Rejected Votes – 15,392, Total Votes Cast – 465,906. Cross-River State Party figures are:

AA: 279

ACPN: 514

AD: 709

ADC: 749

APA: 532

APC: 28,368

CPP: 381

HOPE: 237

KOWA: 312

NCP: 930

PDP: 414,863

PPN: 864

UDP: 289

UPP:  1487

  • 12:39 PM – Rivers State is next
  • 12:40 PM – An observation is made before the results are presented for Rivers State
  • 12:42 PM – Jega responds to why the results for Rivers State will go on. He makes mention that the APC have made a request to cancel the results from Rivers State.
  • 12:48 PM – The results will be presented for Rivers
  • 1:00 PM – The collation officer (Prof. John Etu) has a problem reading the results and is assisted by the INEC official
  • 1:02 PM – The results for Rivers State are – Registered Voters – 2,344,300, Accredited Voters – 1,643,409, Total Valid Votes – 1,565,461, Rejected Votes – 19,307, Total Votes Cast – 1,584,768. The Rivers State Party figures are:

AA: 1066

ACPN: 525

AD: 1104

ADC: 1031

APA: 513

APC: 69,238

CPP: 57

HOPE: 542

KOWA: 2274

NCP: 565

PDP: 1,487,075

PPN: 492

UDP: 303

UPP:  156

  • 1:05 PM – Jega says two states are being processed at the Secretariat for their results to be projected. They are Benue and Adamawa. So we are taking a 30 minutes break to return by 1:30 PM for more updates.
  • 1:51 PM – We are still waiting for INEC Officials to come out to continue the process. As soon as this happens, we would update this page.
  • 2:21 PM – We have resumed.
  • 2:21 PM – We would update this page with Adamawa State figures as soon as we confirm them.
  • 2:25 PM – Adamawa State figures are – Registered Voters – 1,518,123, Accredited Voters – 709,993, Total Valid Votes – 636,018, Rejected Votes – 25,192, Total Votes Cast – 661,210, Adamawa State Party figures are:

AA: 495

ACPN: 1166

AD: 595

ADC: 1012

APA: 1549

APC: 374,701

CPP: 819

HOPE: 267

KOWA: 752

NCP: 1212

PDP: 251,664

PPN: 1163

UDP: 289

UPP:  334

  • 2:26 PM – Zamfara State is next and the collation officer is on the stage
  • 2:29 PM -Zamfara State figures are Registered Voters – 1,484,941, Accredited Voters – 875,049, Total Valid Votes – 761,022, Rejected Votes – 19,157, Total Votes Cast – 780,179. Zamfara State Party figures are:

AA: 125

ACPN: 238

AD: 290

ADC: 294

APA: 1310

APC: 612,202

CPP: 655

HOPE: 14

KOWA: 122

NCP: 404

PDP: 144,833

PPN: 374

UDP: 93

UPP:  68

  • 2:26 PM – Kebbi State is next and the collation officer is on the stage
  • 2:41 PM – The results for Kebbi State are – Registered Voters – 1,457,763, Accredited Voters – 792,817, Total Valid Votes – 677,003, Rejected Votes – 38,119, Total Votes Cast – 715,122. Kebbi State Party figures are:

AA: 214

ACPN: 361

AD: 450

ADC: 472

APA: 2685

APC: 567,883

CPP: 1794

HOPE: 213

KOWA: 448

NCP: 519

PDP: 100,972

PPN: 547

UDP: 207

UPP:  238

  • 2:43 PM – Jega announces that two more states are still coming in. As a result, they will be taking a seating break to wait for the results.
  • 2: 56 PM – We resume and Benue State is next
  • 3:01 PM – The results for Benue State are – Registered Voters – 1,893,596, Accredited Voters – 754,634, Total Valid Votes – 683,264, Rejected Votes – 19,867, Total Votes Cast – 703,131. Benue State Party figures are:

AA: 315

ACPN: 1464

AD: 254

ADC: 539

APA: 945

APC: 373,961

CPP: 567

HOPE: 115

KOWA: 105

NCP: 683

PDP: 303,737

PPN: 439

UDP: 66

UPP:  74

  • 3:05 PM – Bauchi State is next and the collation officer takes the stage
  • 3:13 PM – Bauchi State figures are – Registered Voters – 2,053,484, Accredited Voters – 1,094,069, Total Valid Votes – 1,020,338, Rejected Votes – 19,437, Total Votes Cast – 1,039,775. Bauchi State Party figures are:

AA: 131

ACPN: 232

AD: 173

ADC:189

APA: 964

APC: 931,598

CPP: 391

HOPE: 46

KOWA: 128

NCP: 207

PDP: 86,085

PPN: 128

UDP: 29

UPP:  37

  • 3:17 PM – Yobe State is next and the collation officer takes the stage
  • 3:23 PM – Yobe State results are – Registered Voters – 1,077,942, Accredited Voters – 520,127, Total Valid Votes – 473,796, Rejected Votes – 17,971, Total Votes Cast – 491,767. Yobe State Party figures are:

AA: 101

ACPN: 164

AD: 213

ADC: 112

APA: 632

APC: 446,265

CPP: 329

HOPE: 67

KOWA: 104

NCP: 120

PDP: 25,526

PPN: 101

UDP: 30

UPP:  32

  • 3:26 PM – Jega informs everyone that there are two more states and they are being processed. He informs everyone that they will restart in 10 minutes.
  • 3:50 PM – We are now ready to resume
  • 3:51 PM – Taraba State is next and the collation officer heads to the stage.
  • 3:53 PM – The slide for Taraba State is not ready, so he is asked to step down
  • 3:55 PM – Edo State is next and the collation officer takes the stage
  • 3:59 PM – Edo State results are – Registered Voters –1,650,522, Accredited Voters –499,166, Total Valid Votes – 500,451, Rejected Votes– 22334, Total Votes Cast – 522,785. Edo State Party figures are:

AA: 159

ACPN: 1284

AD: 450

ADC: 512

APA: 709

APC: 208,469

CPP: 325

HOPE: 22

KOWA: 175

NCP: 516

PDP: 286,869

PPN: 729

UDP: 160

UPP: 72

  • 4:04 PM – Taraba State is now ready and the collation officer takes the stage.
  • 4:10 PM – Taraba State results are – Registered Voters –1,374,307, Accredited Voters –638,578, Total Valid Votes – 579,677, Rejected Votes  – 23,039, Total Votes Cast – 602,716. Taraba State Party figures are:

AA: 962

ACPN: 811

AD: 586

ADC: 320

APA: 1306

APC: 261,326

CPP: 1033

HOPE: 161

KOWA: 153

NCP: 876

PDP: 310,800

PPN: 680

UDP: 224

UPP:  439

  • 4:10 PM – Jega says Sokoto State collation officer is in the room, but they will need to wait for his results from the Secretariat for a few minutes.
  • 4:14 PM – Jega just confirmed that Delta State is also available and that it will be processed with Sokoto as well and delivered shortly.
  • 4:14 PM – 3 more states to go including Sokoto, Delta and Borno States.
  • 4:34 PM – We are back and ready to continue
  • 4:40 PM – Waiting for Jega to begin this session.
  • 4:53 PM – We are still waiting for this session to commence.
  • 5:25 PM – Finally, we are ready to resume as Jega takes his seat and opens up this session
  • 5:28 PM – Sokoto State is next and the collation officer takes the stage
  • 5:35 PM – Sokoto State figures are – Registered Voters –1,663,127, Accredited Voters –988,899, Total Valid Votes – 834,259, Rejected Votes – 42,110, Total Votes Cast – 876,369. Sokoto State Party figures are:

AA: 249

ACPN: 535

AD: 714

ADC: 762

APA: 3482

APC: 671,926

CPP: 1894

HOPE: 283

KOWA: 475

NCP: 686

PDP: 152,199

PPN: 605

UDP: 269

UPP: 180

  • 5:39 PM – Delta State is next
  • 5:47 PM – Delta State figures are – Registered Voters –2,044,372, Accredited Voters –1,350,914, Total Valid Votes – 1,267,773, Rejected Votes – 17,075, Total Votes Cast – 1,284,848. Delta State Party figures are:

AA: 1473

ACPN: 916

AD: 735

ADC: 888

APA: 478

APC: 48,910

CPP: 813

HOPE: 166

KOWA: 311

NCP: 670

PDP: 1,211,405

PPN: 393

UDP: 354

UPP:  261

  • 5:48 PM – One more state to go – Borno State.
  • 5:52 PM – Jega announces that the results for Borno State will take 1 – 2 hours before it arrives. So this session will have to wait until then. Keep refreshing this page.
  • 5:52 PM – Jega announces that they will resume this session for the last state by 8:00 PM.


547 Comments
  • hassan ahmad

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      • PONOMAN

        very soon you will complain. all politicians are one. stealing will continue

        • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

          EVER SO TRUE MY BROTHER OR SISTER! BUT SIDDON LOOK(DO NOTHING) IS NO OPTION. IT’S A CHOICE BETWEEN ONE OR THE OTHER, AND IT’S OUR RIGHT TO JUST, CLOSE OUR EYES TO GENERAL FLAWS THAT COULD FLOOR THE ENTIRE CAST, AND CHOOSE ONE THAT REPRESENTS THE VERY BEST OF US? YOU WANT A PARTY FILL TO THE BRIM WITH ANGELS, AN NO DEVIL! YOU MAY NEED TO DELAY IT A BIT TIL ONE REACHES HEAVEN! WHILE ON EARTH JUST LET’S PLAY PRETEND,CLOSE OUR EYES TO VOTE FOR ONE THAT IS CLOSER TO PERFECTION, AND PRAY FOR THE BEST. I HAVE PLAYED MY PART BY CHOOSING MY PREFERRED CANDIDATE; HOPE YOU HAVE DONE SAME, TOGETHER WITH ALL GOOD NIGERIANS. LET’S LEAVE THE REST TO GOD. FOR AFTER EVERYTHING IS SAID AND DONE, IT IS THE COUNSEL OF HE LORD THAT SHALL STAND! SO RELAX, GOD’S IN CONTROL. AND IT’S GO’S OWN WILL FOR NIGERIA THAT WILL PREVAIL. GOD BLESS THIS WONDERFUL COUNTRY OF BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, LIKE YOU AND THE REST OF US IN JESUS MARVELOUS NAME. AMEN. DO ENJOY A MOST FRUITFUL DAY!

          • Joshua Israel Orizu

            I know the moment we are waiting for is here. Let’s just sit and wait while the outcome of civic duty rolls by. We are one Nigeria sharing common territory and common destiny. Taking to the Street or destruction of lives and precious properties is never an option let’s accept this result in good faith and challenge it if need be in the right and lawful way. God bless the good people of Nigeria God bless all our good and noble efforts. Let peace reign supreme in out hearts and actions

        • Bernard John

          Thats right PDP, APC…All the same people. So whats the point? Parties do not stand for anything in Nigeria. People decamp because of selfish reasons not because they have the interest of the country at heart. Because you dont get a ticket in PDP, you decamp to APC..

      • Kelly

        Hold your peace and wait…… are u not tired of this propaganda yet???

      • Joshua Israel Orizu

        I know the moment we are waiting for is here. Let’s just sit and wait while the outcome of civic duty rolls by. We are one Nigeria sharing common territory and common destiny. Taking to the Street or destruction of lives and precious properties is never an option let’s accept this result in good faith and challenge it if need be in the right and lawful way. God bless the good people of Nigeria God bless all our good and noble efforts. Let peace reign supreme in out hearts and actions. No violence

        • Monday A. Eromosele

          I just for final result before my loud trumpet from London.
          Monday Dj T.M (Voice of the people Uk)

          • diva

            Hahaha…up jonathan up pdp. Am happy . Becos dere is God ooooh

    • Bernard John

      Just make sure you don’t get violent when GEJ is announced the winner.

    • janet2312

      It is OUR PARTY, not just yours

      • Davy Crockett

        That’s the spirit. Congrats! We won

  • Bernard John

    CONGRATS Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan in Advance.
    APC fans, you can all go home now.

  • ADA

    @disqus_MYYfNetMEe:disqus .Its so unfortunate that u are still dreaming.GEJ is on his way to OTUOKE,may be u still do not know; my GENERAL is leading in over 22 STATES with VOTE COUNTS GAP of well over 4M.Lets watch and see.I’m sure by now the picture is clearer to FANI KAYODE and his team.

    • Bernard John

      Keep watching the live results

      • Hussain Musa Asayouty

        Don’t mind Bernard his joking

      • Toby

        PLEASE WHERE R THE LIVE RESULTS SHOWING OR BEING TRANSMITTED??

  • Hussain Musa Asayouty

    I strongly advice Nigerians to keep praying

    • janet2312

      Pray for what!!! Just get the job done

      • Ojiyovwi

        Well said child of Nigeria. Prayers do nothing, only human effort achieve anything. When have you ever prayed for anything and got what you prayed for. Get off you butt and work for what you want, economically, socially and morally.

        • Victorious1

          Was your being alive today through your effort? It is the prayers of your father and mother that God answered and decided to keep you alive. If not you would have been washed off as menstration or rather still birth. Reason my friend. Open your brain, your eyes and ears. God gave all that to reflect. Use them intelligently!!!

          • Toby

            You Pray and work hard. Na only wayo (criminal) Nigerians that use prayers as a means of deceit whilst they loot and rape the treasury.

          • Ojiyovwi

            Yes, if really want to know. It is through the efforts of my late parents and my own care to avoid putting myself in harms way that meant that I am alive to help others and myself in the best way I see, and able to, from my late parent’s biology and the grace of my fellow Nigerians and teachers at home and here in the UK. Nothing at all to do with any prayers even as I am a token Christian in that I would accept the order to do onto others as I would they did for me. I also love my gods (my late parents) with all my soul.as my soul is a hybrid of my parents. Wah doh!

          • Jeff

            No matter our belief system about life,truth is truth no matter how u try to turn.
            I appreciate the philosophy of hard work but I have come to realise that fulfilment in life is not and can not be determined by hard work.
            I will refer you to this verse of the Bible(Ecc.9:11).
            The biggest risk to take in life is to rule out the place of the Almighty God in our lives.
            No matter how hard we work,it is God who rules in the affairs of men
            If hard work is all that matters, we will not have Phd holders serving School Cert holders,it is unbelievable but it is real..
            Hardwork without God is mere labour but hard work with God is what becomes favour.
            A word is enough for the wise.

        • maffiong

          It seems you don’t pray at all. It works for me. Just try it out. God bless you

          • Ojiyovwi

            Thank you. Our ancestors bless you child. May all you imbibe serve to nourish you in body and spirit.

          • Itiswell

            Pls don’t let the wrath of God befall you…stop misleading people now while u can…turn to Jesus and be save…God bless you!!!

          • Ola

            The guy can by no means mislead people with sound believe, only shallow minded people like him can be misled. No “religion” can succeed without acknowledging the Almighty God, the all sufficient God, the Holy one of Israel, Unchangeable Changer, the One the makes His own to walk on dry land in Sea and yet buried the contenders of His own in the same. See, no man can help God, so if ojiv thinks he’s able, then he should be ready to bring himself out of lion’s den and the burning flame of life.

          • john

            PDP is winning with 19750 votes so far,pls calculate.

        • objective

          If hard-work brings everything, then I will be right to say you must be very hardworking, and from your post, you have as a result of your hard-work, acquired everything and lack nothing. But I would’t say that because, the little I know about life has taught me that, yes, it is very good to work hard, but there is this “Mighty Being” that determines how far this “hard-work” can go or the amount of fruit the hard-work can yield. I have also come to realize that it is important to seek His kind assistance so that this hard-work can yield the required fruits. I also know that the only way we can seek His assistance is through prayer. I also know that the name of this “Mighty Being” is God.

          I am not preaching because I am not a preacher, but the little I know about life tells me that if humans think we are in control of everything and can profer solutions to situations and lockout God always, it is self deceit; because 2+2 may not always be 4.

          • Ojiyovwi

            OK, child. Who gave your mighty being that name? Are you satisfied that that mighty being only hears your prayers? Are you satisfied about a mighty being is being peddled as a mortal threat to all who don’t accept and would not yield to spiritual bullying into accepting a completely foreign concept? We fought wars to free ourselves from domination foreigners whose only interest is how to dupe us into handing over anything and everything valuable. These foreigners left us with THEIR religion which they have all by-and-large abandoned as they long-later realise the falsehood that also made for their duping and deceit. Here in the UK, I do go to church purely out habit – trust me as I tell you why I go to church when I feel like it. I have no illusions nor delusions that I am going to church to be heard by some mighty being. I am usually there to reflect and release my thoughts from the daily ding-dong of hyperactivities. My real belief is that we are created, each of us, by our parents with all the biological attributes and imperfections which pre=disposes each of to the environmental inputs and personality formations. This process determines how we later react to events and in turn our reactions are then part of the script for others including our children. That is why loving your neighbour is impossible without first loving yourself. The circle is only completed and you whole if you honour and serve your parents. Wah doh!!!!!!!

          • Tina Griffin

            Pure ignorance u are. If I was ur parents, I wouldn’t claim u. Better yet it would have been more fun and exciting if ur mom would have sucked ur dads dick and swallowed u.

          • Ojiyovwi

            Is that what they do in heaven? I definitely don’t like the idea of mums sucking babies out of fathers. I am glad I belong here on earth and have no wish whatsoever to go to your heaven as I love my earthly things and real culture with real people. Bye!

          • Tina Griffin

            Thank u so much for saying what u said. It is scary and unbelievable how ppl are turning away from God. Stating to stop praying. God is coming back sooner than we all believe. Prayer is our only open line to Him. He might now answer when we want Him to, but He’s always on time. He hears and sees His ppl suffering. But He never makes mistakes. He knows just how and when He will deliver, rescue and renew. I am American and I have been praying, exposing Nigeria to get a prayer chain going, made videos and placed on Facebook. And I won’t give up doing all I can do to help Nigeria. I’m forever praying with u. This is probably why God said when 2 or 3 are gathered together in my name, He is in the midst. The rest are lost and hell bound..

          • Ojiyovwi

            Oh child of Nigeria, count your luck, then get out of you blessed home and out to observe those less fortunate than you are and ask your ‘did you pray better than they most definitely did?’ The return to read what I have written and constructively analyse the implications of what I said. I am genuinely pleased for you that you get comforted by you belief that you actually have line to this god somewhere. Good for you. Now go out and be of help to all those you can. That is what I chose always to do. Whatever your ultimate conclusions and actions that follow, make sure that you all in you power for your fellow – that’s what really matters. Doh!

          • Tina Griffin

            I do all I can for whoever whether it’s a need, a hug, encouraging word and yes prayer. I am not Nigerian but American. And I do sponsor a less fortunate family there. Plus I try by any means I can to get Nigeria exposed praying others will get involved and help. But prayer is the key. The open door to God. Like I said it might seem to some He doesn’t answer or hear our prayers but He does. We start disbelieving because things might not happen now as we want. But He don’t make mistakes and His timing is always right on time. He hears the cries and sees the struggle of His ppl.But He knows when to reveal, deliver and restore. Just keep Praying and believing. But u believe what u will and I believe what I do. That’s the beauty of serving the true and living God. He lets u choose ur own destiny, where u will spend eternity. I just choose heaven and u choose hell…

          • Davy Crockett

            Where in d US are u? I’m in Boston.

          • Tina Griffin

            Orrville, Ohio

          • Ojiyovwi

            How shallow. So because you believe in some god you will spend eternity in heaven? I take it that you will not die. You see, I am blissfully happy to die here on earth and return to the earth from whence my late parents raised me. You were probably conjured in a temple so you may return to the imaginary world from which you were conjured. I am blissful in my state of mind and body. You probably don’t have any idea of how that can be and I am sorry I can’t help you as we are not of the same construct. One belongs to the earth and the other belongs to ‘heaven’. I’ll have my earth and you have your heaven. OK?

          • Tina Griffin

            A Pastor who’s teaching I was under told me “IT’S BETTER TO BELIEVE IN GOD AND FIND OUT THERE IS NO GOD, THAN TO NOT BELIEVE AND FIND OUT THERE IS A GOD….” Makes perfect since to me…

          • ADER DELE

            Not in this country prayer is waist of time for a country like this read 2nd Corinthias 7 vs 13_ 16

      • Usman Balami

        Hi pegan! Are u sure u burnself, then giv birth to a job for urself

    • maffiong

      Bless you my brother

    • janet2312

      All prayers and no work have destroyed Nigeria. As intelligent as we are, we are not contributing anything to global technological development. This technology is oyibo made. The tech for communications in your Tabernacle of Synagogues is all oyibo technology. We know so much individually but so uncoordinated collectively. God gave us talents and we bury it waiting for his coming back. He is not coming back. He has other galaxies to take care of. Thank God we now have a new President who will focus our energies on positive things and prosper and less dependent on John Kerry and Obama on what to do. Buhari will not run to go and bow to Obama or Putin. He can stand his ground anywhere. This na the woman angle, I mean angel

      • Don_C

        But Buhari went to UK to renew their colonial mandate a few weeks ago. When he said he went Chatham and disappeared, what do you think he went to do?

        • Tina Griffin

          Is this Yinka?

        • munijola

          Fayose una don start abi well done the lad did not mention Jonathan why you use paracetamol for another man headache

        • Nigerians Decide For Change

          Whether Buhari went to UK for treatment or leisure or whatsoever is not the issue with Nigerians. We have resolved and gave our vote to the man who is ready to do the job. Jonathan is cluelessly helpless, in fact the seat is too hot for him to manage, he is presently seeking peaceful exit to Otuoke. The most important thing is how can we help him out? My advice to him is that he should be prepared to hand over all the money he has stolen to Buhari in May 29. Also, it is better for us to remove sentiment from this matter, let us collectively pray out Jonathan, he has brought bad luck to Nigeria as noted by referend father Mbaka (the only man who was bold enough to read and interpret the divine hand writing on the wall without adding his own personal interest)!

      • Bernard John

        What have you as an individual done? What have you done with your talents? Or do you not have any? We should stop blaming others. Do something.

      • Ijaru Cecilia

        My dear stop protecting Buhari’s interest. All these politicians are the same. They are all full of words without action. That was how Nigerians voted Goodluck with the hope that things would change for the better but now full of regrets. How sure are u that Buhari is better off than Jonathan? Only GOD can bring about the change that we crave for. Do not put ur confidence in man but in God who is the ruler of the universe.

        • Davy Crockett

          ……policians are the same’ Do u then imply that Nigeria is hopeless and we should therefore not vote. We shouldn’t try to make it better? U mean nobody ever will?

      • jadesulure

        Hussain Musa next time you come on this medium l want u graciously to tell us waec or sss results.
        You’re one of those destroying Nigeria with prayers. When are you guys going to utilise ur under utilisation brain to do meaningful things for your country economically, technologically, politically. Whenever I happens to read Nigerian news, all I read was we need prayer. Use your knowledge man, not surprising this is the way criminal pastors were abusing u guys intellectually. I don’t really blame average Nigerians, if you a guy like goodluck Jonathan lurking at every churches, bribe them with tax payers money the followers were as stupid as their president

        • Ijaru Cecilia

          Jade, why are you saying prayer is a means of destruction? Have you not heard that man’s wisdom is foolishness before God? What you think is best may not be what God wants. The heart of man is desperately wicked: WHO CAN TELL? We need prayers whether you like it or not. We need to pray for God’s direction in choosing a leader who will not lead us astray. We need prayer pls. But if u think you want to help God, then you re out for destruction!!!

          • jadesulure

            Ijaru Cecilia I am sure again you’re one of those element been braindrain by the so idiot, grumpy, corrupt pastor. I am right to believe u might be on several level of some of the delapidated, ill equipped toothless universities! I think u need to reexamine ur knowledge based. I will advise u face reality rather than spiritual. The smartphone in ur hands was not manufactured by prayers but brain work, the TV set u watch Nigerian got talent was a brainwork, those applicants on Nigerian got talents was reality through distinct hard work not spiritual. The cars ur parents were driving was brain work conbined with intellectual research and development. Coming down home to elections. Eligible people vying for elective position needs to convinced electorates through manefesto what they can achieve to uplift all downpeople of nigeria. Prayer less you will achieve more in your life. Be practical not theor tical

        • ADER DELE

          Stay bless Nigeria needs more of you,

      • ADER DELE

        Stay bless Nigeria needs more of you

    • Abdul Wakeel Olaniyi

      I still believe prayer is what can do it. Nigeria deserves better than what obtains now. Let God look down upon us with His mercy

  • Articulate

    Egun to koko jo Iron lomawo gbeyin.
    The race has just started. I implore all pdp supporters who are very happy now not to resolve to violence if other states result are presented. It is very sure that GEJ is already on his way to Otuoke. That is where he will become the next president. Sai Baba Sai Buhari

    • No PDP supporters is happy because the margins with which APC wins PDP in core North are wider than the margine in the South West; hence Jonathan is gone already…

      • eddy

        na wa for una, the end justify the means

      • NinjaK

        This is the problem with you APC feefu!
        When Rivers came out with 1.4m votes for Jona you all shouted foul.
        But when Kano came out with 1.9m for Buhari you found it ok?
        Crap!

        • Chika

          But you can’t compare population of Kano State with that of Rivers State. I expected more than 3M registered voters in Kano. From Wikipedia, Kano’s population estimate @ 2006 was 9,383,682 while that of Rivers State was 5,185,400. This is over 4M margin. I think the figure is fair enough. Wondering why people frown at Rivers State vote figure, although when you consider Amaechi’s apologists and supporters in Rivers State, one may be tempted to contest the figure.

          • Combymax

            Absolute rubbish. Who did the counting in Kano? Have you lived anywhere in the north before? If you really believe that more than 9 million people live in Kano then you are not only a foolish man, but an idiot too.

          • ADER DELE

            Stop displaying your no intelligent on social media, wearing okrika suit to pose for social media means nothing when your brain is dimwitt.Why are you comparing rivers population to kano pls stick to your day job & quit social media for the intelligent masses .

          • Combymax

            Hahaha you are the intelligent one? You are unable to write a coherent sentence and you think you are intelligent? I can’t help but smile at your little minded comments. I am not surprised you do not understand the meaning of the word “comparison.” Just google it, it’s free. I will know when I meet my match here. You are beneath me, so I will be wasting my time responding to your foolishness. I hope you stay strong.

    • Doyin

      Beni o, Ore mi atata( Right! my good friend)

    • Idowu Adedoyin Doyen

      YOU THERE BRO……….RIDE ON TO CHANGE

    • abuasmau

      SE and SS?

    • My friend it seem you are wrong Articulate, because from what we are seeing GEJ has most of the 25% of the total vote cast than GMB. Please allow INEC the honour to pronounce winner in the 23 states of the required 25%. Remember calculation is base on 25% not highest vote.

      • GOOD GOD

        I want what you are smoking….

        • Peace to Nigeria and allow God to continuing blessing Nigeria

        • Combymax

          What he is smoking is having or being more knowledgeable than you about electoral laws. May be you should learn to read and understand the laws governing how elections are conducted in the country. You will not understand these things unless you are willing to open your mind to learn as I have already suggested. You have to win the popular vote in addition to attaining 25% of the voted cast in 2/3 majority of all the states. And it doesn’t look like your hero, Buhari is anywhere near that, so your desires may be on hold for longer than you hoping.

          • GOOD GOD

            you should learn how to add…..I don’t have desires..I have facts staring at me….

          • Combymax

            The results are being announced and I haven’t seen anything that tells me your hero is going to win. May be you have facts that exist in alternative universe, because the one staring right at my face tells me something entirely different. Just understand the laws and you will know where you stand and where you are going.

          • GOOD GOD

            what law….??? you need your reading glasses….there is nothing confusing with what INEC is reading to us….Buhari had landslide in North..GEJ had landslide in SS and SE….SW will determine the outcome…and Buhari had more votes in landslide in the North….He will have 25%… 2/3 in SW and North…again..you need your reading glasses and ability to add figure together…..also…count how many states in the North and SW….are they up to 2/3….??????

          • Combymax

            I assume you have all the results already otherwise you wouldn’t have your hopes and dreams so high. I have added all the results that have so far been announced together, and made my calculations which assures me that I have nothing to worry about. When they (INEC) come back again tomorrow, I will continue FROM where I stopped. Do you have your own numbers? Don’t tell me you got your numbers online and believe those are real. Whatever you know that I do not know will surely be known tomorrow or in the next coming days. I deal with reality, not with fantasy, so keep believing that your landslide and we will see how it turns out.

          • GOOD GOD

            I guess your addition makes me right …for now…..that you people are losing….I got my numbers from INEC and the additions of those numbers shows to me that Buhari is going to win…..Jega will be back 10 am tommorrow and I will also continue from where I stopped….let me ask you a question…..you Igbos are so bitter…WHY….what will you do if Buhari actually wins this thing….move out of Nigeria? or if you outside Nigeria you will never go back….???.How on earth people like you did not see that GEJ failed is beyond my reasoning….I am not in Nigeria presently and my best friend who is an Igbo guy is here with me now…did you know what he told me about the results from the SE? He said…he wondered who voted for Jonathan over there….he is not letting hatred, religion, tribal bigotry…..prevented him from knowing that Jonathan failed Nigerians….best wishes to you Sir…..

          • Combymax

            You are quite amusing! Let me ask you this since you have no sense of history. When in Nigeria’s history has any Yoruba man voted for any Igbo man on anything? When in Nigeria’s history has any Hausa man voted for any Igbo man on anything? May be I should educate you since you have no idea. If indeed you are with an Igbo man and he is asking you such question, tell him that he is a disgrace to his race and humanity. Let me also ask you this. What has mr Buhari ever done for Nigeria? What has he ever accomplished for his country Nigeria? What are the failures of Jonathan that you are harping about? If you are truly outside Nigeria, then I am highly disappointed with your level of intellect. I travel to Nigeria very often and I understand the happenings there, what Jonathan is doing and how much he has achieved since he came to office. Ask yourself this question. Those who were there before him, what were their achievements? Do you understand how an economy is run? Do you know the challenges that come with rebuilding a damaged economy? It’s because you have not enlightened yourself on issues that matter that you are still dancing with fools. Buhari is a very weak man who has nothing to offer anyone in Nigeria. A former dictator who was never qualified to even hold the rank of a major, much more a general. Without mr Tunde Idiagbon, mr Buhari would have been a functionless, toothless dictator. Guy, know your history and learn things you have no idea of, that way you can make a difference in your life and those around you.

          • GOOD GOD

            I think you are the ignorant one sir…..what history are you talking about….I wonder how old you are because you sounded like a kid whose biscuit was stolen…..when the Igbos are ready to join the rest of Nigerians, maybe the Yorubas will support a better candidate from the SE…..the problem with you people is that you cried too much over spilled milk….the only interest you people have is secession from the republic of NIgeria…How can you ask the Yorubas to support you when the first thing your arrogant mouth will say is I AM BETTER THAN YOU..we are not fools…..Now..to my good friend….he is 100 men more than what you will ever be….he is from Enugu and I told him already that if he wants to become president I will vote for him….you people need somebody with a bipartisan mind like that to represent your interest in Nigeria…..As for you sir…YOU ARE AN ID IOT……

          • Combymax

            I think you are a fool. The Igbos have contributed more to develop Nigeria than any other ethnic society in Nigeria and it’s only a blind person like you that would fail to see it. You have no idea who I am and I will not bother myself letting you know. I do not know your friend, and I have no interest in doing so, but it’s important you know that I am up to the task on anything. You sound to me like someone in Europe who couldn’t find his way on anything, I would hope things turn out well for you. My advice is that you should touch base with Nigeria often to learn what is going on there and may be build yourself a life if you can afford it. Uneducated fools like you wouldn’t understand why someone like Buhari should not aspire to rule a country like Nigeria, but I will leave you to rot in your believe. It suits you best.

          • GOOD GOD

            Again..the arrogant mouth…who the feck are you..I do not care…you are unculture it makes me ashamed of you….and what have you people done for Nigeria..let me remind you of one…BIAFRA WAR….is that the contribution you are talking about….you people are so full of yourselves, hence the reason Yorubas will, for now, let you continue decieving yourself…..all your assumptions about me only showed how ignorant you are…so i will not tell you where i reside….if you are up to task for anything.. that is your problem.you do not need to boast to me, you arrogant fu ck….until the Igbos learm humility you people will not provide a president in Nigeria….try to teach yourself BIPARTISAN POLITICS….work very well with the oppositions and other tribes….but with people like you I am afraid your race is finished…..you are an id iot sir…

          • Combymax

            You are not only a fool, but also very childish. Nigeria functions today because the Igbos contribute a lot to move it forward. If that sound boasting to you then so be it. Facts can not be hidden because a fool demands that it should. You may reside in any country you like and I hope it works out for you. I will say it to you again, I am up to the task on anything and I thank God Almighty for it. You do not know me and for that reason, I will not fault you for your childish comments. You can not teach anyone what you are unable or incapable of practicing. I do not have to let you know how fickle minded you are and equally your people, but time will teach you all a better lesson. Once again, I hope you achieve success wherever you are, so you can reach Nigeria often and learn new things about the country. This is very important because you seem highly uninformed. One more thing, democracy is a free choice and anyone or any society should be willing to exercise their preference without any fear or intimidation. It’s one thing your fickle mind should learn to comprehend.

          • GOOD GOD

            I did not bother to read your epistle…PLEASE STOP WRITING ME SIR…

          • Combymax

            Good. Enjoy your and do not fail to touch base with Nigeria often as I have advised. You do need it.

          • GOOD GOD

            you seem like a nice guy…okay..you can write me sir…

          • Davy Crockett

            Sir, I think u don’t know the difference between IBO and SOUTH SOUTH. In d commodity market, Ibo made means FAKE. Much of our oil is however from the SOUTH SOUTH.

          • Combymax

            Just do not bother about what I know. Just enrol yourself in any school near you if indeed you are in the US, it will do you a lot of good.

          • kboy024

            Why are you Igbos always selfish,i wonder which school you went to, because you can not differentiate between Igbos and Niger Delta in clear term,you guys are always very proud and arrogant. We are talking about national development but you are talking about ethnic sentiment…You claim that are living a good life and comfortable but is everybody living fine like you do? let forget about tribe or ethnic sentiment and let us moved this country forward for the sake of our future generation..God has bless this country with abundant resource but we keep having ruler and not leaders,God blessed Nigeria!!!

          • Combymax

            It seems you are incapable of reading and understanding simple explanation of issues. And you call yourself an open minded person. I won’t waste my time answering your childish comments. Go on!

          • kboy024

            Because we are talking about national development and some of you are talking about ethnic or tribal issues, our country is been blessed with abundant resource but yet many Nigeria lives in 100% poverty,our current president claimed that Nigeria is the best economy in Africa but there are millions of Nigerian jobless,he claimed to have produce agricultural revolution but yet many Nigerians can not afford to eat comfortably 2 times a day,many Nigerians are been killed everyday in the north, no constant electricity despite the high cost..so what are we benefiting as a Nigeria but they (Igbos…still don’t see anything wrong in Nigeria system for a change to emerge…whether you like it or not,change is already here so you can live this country and go elsewhere.. you selfish, self centered set of people..

          • Combymax

            United States of America has the biggest economy in the world, but still many Americans could barely make ends meet. China has the second biggest economy in the world, still millions of Chinese wallow themselves in poverty. Nigeria’s economy underwent several decades of damage from those you call your heros and brothers, and you expect mr Jonathan to fix all that in 6 years of leadership? This is the reason why I do not bother responding to people like you here or on any social media forum. You accuse other people of ethnic, religious, and tribal behavior, but yet everything about you stinks worse than that. May be you should be looking at yourself in a mirror. I will not bother responding any further to your comments, because you have little or no knowledge of the issues you are dabbling into. Stay strong.

          • GOOD GOD

            Mr Combymax…yes poor people live in US but not as many as poor people in Nigeria…and the US government also helps them through food stamps, unemployment benefits, education grants, free health care etc….if Jonathan can do that I will give him my blood…..6 years is enough to help the very poor in our society….poverty is the main problem in Nigeria..if we can reduce poverty….thing will improve in Nigeria…crimes will reduce….and the government officials might steal less….

          • Combymax

            There is no free healthcare in America neither any free education. You may obtain grants or loan to pursue your educational interests, but you must pay it pack to the government. To obtain a food stamp, you must declare your entire life to the government otherwise you will not qualify for such. My point is that no one country has it all and no one country is perfect in its bureaucratic functions. It took America hundreds of years to get to where they are today and it has not been as straightforward as many might think. In any case, however, no one is suggesting that it should take that much to fix Nigeria’s ills, but it is important we recognise ones achievements and commend them for their efforts. Corruption and nepotism is entrenched in our system of governance and we have to understand that it is not a thing we can get rid of overnight. There are a whole lot of eceonomic improvement/repair that the Jonathan administration has undertaking in the past few years that should start bearing fruit in the next couple of years, but unless you have an open mind, you will be unable to see that. You can not just be fixated on the present and forget the past and the works done in the past and the present that will make life a bit more manageable in the future. I believe that if we as individuals and citizens of Nigeria could hold ourselves half accountable as much as we blame our government, things will get much better faster than you or I could imagine.

          • GOOD GOD

            well.. there is OBAMA Care…and basic education is 100% free in US…Primary and Secondary…..I attended college here with just grants as I refused loans…so..that is free….I practice Disability law here and that makes me to come across poor people everyday….If any government could help the poor the same way America helps her poor…believe me I will sell my blood to campaign for the government or party……GEJ shot himself in the foot when he decided to ignore what people realy need…..JOBS…for one… would have given him chances for re-election….

          • Combymax

            Obamacare or The affordable Care Act, which is a law and not really a health-care insurance do not provide free health-care benefits. Although, it may be partly subsidized for those who qualify for subsidy, however you are still left to shoulder most of the cost of obtaining a health-care need. When you obtain only grants which is usually not enough (unless you also have scholarship grants) for your educational pursuit, you must work more than hard to make up the difference. Elementary and high school education may be free in some states, but not in all the states. There are good things about America and there equally bad things, I mean very bad things about it too. The bottom line is that it took America years to develop its economy and get to where it is today, so it will take Nigeria many more year to fix its economy to the level that it becomes beneficial for the majority of the population. There are no quick fixes to economic development. China started building its economy since the 1970’s and it only started paying off in the last couple of years, still the majority of its population lives in abject poverty. Jonathan is not the best man to lead Nigeria and if I have a choice, I will not choose him for the job, but he is the best amongst the two. We have to be very objective to ourselves on issues and things that shape our future. There is no one perfect person out there and we should always put that at the back of our minds.

          • Abbey

            Dude you are Clearly misinformed, i really dont care about all the Gibber you all have bn spitting at each other since yesterday but as a naturalized American, am using the Affordable Care Act to get health insurance and you should be talking about all that on this blog like you know.

          • Combymax

            Do you honestly believe that I do not know anything about the Affordable Care Act? You just put a smile on my face. I hope you do not really believe your comments.

          • Abbey

            And stop comparing the States to Nigeria…..That Distabilized Country needs to be fixed but if the current leader isn’t getting things done i don’t see why he should remain the leader. i can see you taking sides which is okay but to make a point you dont have to insult

          • Combymax

            Google the term “comparison” so that you will understand when one is comparing 2 things. I will not respond to your comments unless you understand the terms you use in your conversation and how it relates to anything. Stay strong.

          • GOOD GOD

            you alleged that GEJ is the best..How…after six years of nothing to show for it really I think you are wrong….yes, I also got some scholarship funds from my State and school, and I also worked part time or sometimes full time, during summer….the reason was that I was scared of loan….don’t you think our government should ractice something like that…helping Nigerians to have a college education by providing financial helps in the form of loans…? Obama care is free, depending on how you look at it…if you make low income you will end up paying nothing…I know this because Ihave processed it for people….don’t you think GEJ should have done something like that is 6 years….? you may think he is more qualify than Buhari but at this stage I will try another person…..You have a sound mind, if you are not in Nigeria presently.. I suggest you go back home and contest for something in 4 years.. you might change some minds……don’t waste your mind on GEJ pls

          • BROFF

            You do not practice any law. It is more like, that disability lawyers come across a lazy hobo like you deceiving yourself that self imposed laziness and stupidity is a disability.

          • Davy Crockett

            Scholarship exist for even many Nigerians I know on grounds merit and performance in the CAT exams

          • BROFF

            Poverty cannot be reduced from you, because you are

            intricately cursed with poverty from which you

            cannot be delivered ; but this is a fact which your

            low-breed brain wouldn’t unravel in a lifetime, so I am telling you free of

            charge. I have no interest in causing you any emotional pain, but truth has

            that peculiar quality of inflicting such pain especially when it is necessary

            to be told a low-breed like you. So,as I was saying, you are cursed with

            poverty from which you cannot escape, and you have been so cursed for 40 years

            of YOUR inept ruler ship. The seriousness of this curse is such that, at the

            very moment President Jonathan is about to deliver you from poverty, the curse

            compelled you to abort this move with YOUR very OWN hands. Low-breed, your

            suffering continues.

          • BROFF

            No need telling us that you depend on food stamps. A hobo like you cursed with poverty should depend on food stamps. Lazy genes like you.

          • Davy Crockett

            I don’t know which country that COMBIMAX is, but I’m in the US, and here, people who sell things in stores (sales boys and girls, men and women too tho) ride in good cars, pay for single room accommodation where you share toilet and bath with two other flat mates ($500 = #100, 000) monthly. A store sales attendant earns at least $180 daily, and food is so cheap. If you’re working and your wage is low, government pays you or gives you food stamp. You can buy a car every month if you wish.

          • GOOD GOD

            I also live in US, and that is exactly what I have been trying to let Nigerians understand is what you narrated above…a country should be able to give her citizens what you mentioned….

          • jungleboy

            Aimal e put tie,animal e wear suit,ogbeni okrika how dare u,say ur above a fellow being like u?????? You should be ashamed of urself arse licking baboon.

          • A-Boo-Car

            Jonathan may not be the best leader for Nigeria….but Buhari does not even come close. But since we have to choose between ‘two evils’, I will rather give my consent to one who is already there and has been achieving something (no matter how small) to ensure continuity, than let another man come in and waste the first two years of his tenure ‘settling’ in. Jonathan is not an Ibo man, but I voted for him. If a serious candidate comes from either the north or the west, I will have no issues voting for him. By the way, what we need are young, vibrant leaders who are in touch with how fast our world is changing, and not old men that should be in their retirement homes.

          • Nems Chima Valentine

            KUDOS bro, this is the best comment I’ve seen in this thread in a long time! None of those two deserves the seat! Its a pity we have four more years to continue under either of them!

          • I will rather try another person than leave a supernumerary stooge to continue in power for another 4 years. GEJdoes not know what it means to be a commander in Chief. He has failed the nation and would have resigned in an ideal society.

          • Nems Chima Valentine

            I agree with you, but I still believe that neither of them deserves the seat of power.

          • Davy Crockett

            You sir are very sensible.

          • Davy Crockett

            I think BIAFRA WAR was an evil of Hausa and Yoruba impressively trying to annihilate the Ibos. Even I stil feel bad about that wickedness done to them. Painful to remember.

          • GOOD GOD

            this is the twisted history told to the Igbos, hence the reason you guys hate Yorubas so much….COLONEL OJUKWU…may he rest in peace…caused the BIAFRA WAR….please google ABURI ACCORD….he was a smart young man then but he was hot tempered and stubborn…..he announced secession fom Nigeria when he was not really prepared to do so….I think the Igbos should have held him responsible for the killings of the sons during the civil war…..

          • Chidi

            You are partially correct but the cause of the war was mostly beyond the Ojukwu’s ego and temper. It went right through the Nigerian military leaders at the time. Young egotistic young men that had no advisers or wouldn’t listen to better advice – except the manipulations of foreign interests. That’s why I respect OBJ so much. He refused to be drawn into war with Cameroun when he saw through the antics of some foreign powers. Please do not also rule out the envy and hatred directed against the Igbo by tribal politicians of the time because of what they had achieved as a group at the time. But for now, please, let Nigeria move on.

          • Umar

            What is the duty of the law enforcement agency, is it to implement the law or to intimidate people, it is their to arrest the under age voters, rather if you have physical evidence prove it.

          • Davy Crockett

            If a group tries to secede from a nation, which they have every right to, i don’t think giving them the choice of staying or dying was fair. Genocide sir.

          • GOOD GOD

            yes..they might have right to secession but that is not in the Nigerian constitution…do you think Texas can tell US I’m leaving….? the point is that secession is not right for a nation…it creates division..on the other hand…the Igbos can work together with other tribes if any member of their tribe is interested in the presidency….for example…in the state of MD, we elected a Republican to the office of Governor despite the fact that it is a Democrat state….Democrats have no viable candidate…..the Republican worked with other Dem to elect a Republican who is viable….a nation can only be divided through violence and I do not want that for Nigeria……

          • apapo1

            Annihilate the Ibos? What does Ogbunige do? When the war was on, the Igbo troups were advancing to the west while everything started in the north. Their warped plan was to the west, their intent was to destroy Lagos. They fired the first salvo and started the selective killings; killings at the highest echelon of political organization exclusively, sparing their oown kins. The reason for the has not been explaine to this day. But odes it matter? Not anymore except for them continueing to remind themsleves, and sometimes us, of what they did, what they still are doing, and what they plan to do. But history repeats itsel …how many times, before the people become something else?

          • ADER DELE

            YOu are right about him, he is a disgrace to humanity, twisted idiot who thinks igbo are human race.

          • kboy024

            Confirm Bro, he is completely mad!!!

          • Davy Crockett

            But Ibos are actually human race. aren’t they? You sir, are a RACIST.

          • GOOD GOD

            ohhh..where did you found that cheap suit??????????????LOL

          • Abraham

            Hello sir, Is there a way people can expressive themselves via this medium without receiving insults from APC supporters? GEJ or Buhari??? Do you even know the mind of God concerning these two?

          • GOOD GOD

            I am sorry…..sometimes we are carried away because of our passion for politics and tribal hatred….so we become less civil towards people who shared diferent views from ours….do nor try to read the minds of people….if a discussion becomes less civil pls excuse yourself Sir….

          • Abraham

            It is well. May the Lord have mercy on us. Be blessed!

          • The meaning of IBO is “I Before Other”. They are too selfish like the meaning of their name.

          • Davy Crockett

            If u can ask questions to mock Buhari’s achievement within 2 ,years 1983 to 1985…… Buhari met a high level of corruption which only Jonathan’s administration has managed to excel, and he sanitized the system. I know that to a typical IBO man who thinks ORDINARY STEALING IS NOT CORRUPTION, this is not an achievement at all. Is it?

          • Combymax

            You know nothing about Buhari’s 2 year rule, so I will not bother answering your childish utterances.

          • Nems Chima Valentine

            Honestly, sitting behind this computer and watching these people rain insults on the Igbos is pissing me off. For crying out loud, why does everything have to be the Igbos? Corruption: igbos, stealing: igbos, its really childish. One cannot debate politics in Nigeria without focusing on a race. You all seem to believe so much in these politicians forgetting that none of them deserves the seat of power. GEJ has achieved much during his first tenure however corruption has increased too. During his tenure I don’t remember anyone being prosecuted for embezzling money, does that mean that no one embezzled money? Hell NO! Also, the high increase of our economy is directly proportional to high increase of poverty rates. What impact has the big economy made on the low class citizens?
            GMB is not any different! You do not vote for one without considering history, during his two years of military rule, what did he achieve apart from discipline in the country? He gagged free press, drifted from human rights? You still need me to mention?
            What Nigeria needs is neither GEJ nor GMB, we need a new generation of leaders with vision for the nation and not their pockets!
            I hate to interfere, but please discuss politics without abusing tribes, think of Nigeria as a whole before thinking of any tribe!

          • apapo1

            If only we have p[eople with clear ideas and not those buffons on thie forum who daily, nay, minute by minute point dirty ethnic fingers at each other. That is one of the things that ruined Jonathan’s chances. A group, or some group of people just focused not on the goal but on inane things, lying about other groups, denegrating and calling them all manners of unpleasant names without the President calling them to order as if such is the most delightful part of political campaign. When you ask opponents to be stoned, then they get ready for you and stone you also. That is fair play. Jonathan may have done his best, and he deserves credit if he diud all that were ascribed to him: but he had so much faith in verbal assault, and depended heavily on those with the most virile and violent mouths, those who can say the worst about others. Then when it was day-break, they saw his face and he started prostrating for those who for a long time were targets of abusive language.

          • Chidinma Adanma Onuoha

            Since when Bayelsa Jonathan become Ibo! Be intelligent when making sweeping generalizations

          • apapo1

            late hour rejection. Failure is an orphan!

          • Davy Crockett

            So you guys actually know Jonathan is not an Ibo, I thought you all have forgotten.

          • Emeka

            Sometimes, it pays not to stress oneself educating these non teachable Apc supports. Because to them its only do or die affair. When finally these results are collated and it done on them that Buhari has lost, as usual they will take the path of violence- which except if this GEJ administration is lenient, alot of them will take for Boko haram shots meant for them on various streets.

          • apapo1

            Orubebe is the answer to your example. One damn big man throwing tantrum in the presence of an international community. It tells stories that mouth cannot describe to the world. All that is needed is to remind the international community that Orubebe is the typical example of those people’s behavior – it has to always be us or else…… What a damned behavior form a government representative!

          • @ Emeka – Do you know that your clueless Jonathan could not fight Boko Haram for the past 2 years necessitating inability to know where 200 girls are up till now. He only deemed it necessary to take a decisive action against Boko Haram after postponement of election 6 weeks ago. If he is active and a succesful head of State, why didn’t he take action since all these days. GEJ is a total failure my friend.

          • sanetalk

            Oga, please remove your rose tinted glasses and behold reality. It is people like you without any sense of history that are responsible for the backwardness of our country. Where were you when the NCNC was almost at par with the AG in the old Western region, they held sway in major towns like Ibadan, Ilesa, Osogbo and even Lagos to mention a few. I don’t blame you going by the fact that the story fed to you had been about how Awo stopped Zik from becoming Premier in the West, how he punished the Ibos during the civil war and other fairy tales. Live with the fact that Buhari has won this election but also ponder on whither the Igbo nation that put her eggs in one basket just because of unnecessary hatred for the Yorubas

          • BROFF

            You lowbreeds alone remain responsible for your backwardness. Forty years of your inept rulership, and you want to pass onto other people, the blame for the resultant backwardness of your inept rulership.

          • @ Combymax – Don’t be clouded by ethnicity. It is only you Igbo that cannot vote other nationalities because Yorubas voted for Jonathan in year 2011 – Check your record very well. Lagos, Oyo, Ogun, Ondo and Ekiti States voted enmass for Jonathan in year 2011. It is only Osun State that did not vote for him. However, Yoruba cannot be fooled twice. Despite voting for him, his performance was nothing to write home about. In the area of security, Jonathan did not perform. There is no electricity in town, There is no petroleum in town. Economy is standstill – Naira is being exchanged for Dollar at N225 : $1. Corruptions is all over the places, there is no employment and there are problems here and there. For your information, Jonathan did not inherit bad economy from Musa Yar’adu but he made the economy to be worst because he surrounds himself with corrupt politicians. Nigerian foreign exchange was depleted by Jonathan. For this election campaign, Jonathan, is just dishing out dollars as bribes to all the Obas, the Obis and the Emirs who ever cares to adopt him as presidential candidate. Likewise the Church Pastors and Mosque Alfas. I have never seen a daft and corrupt President like him. He even funded the militant groups to be formeting troubles in Lagos (OPC) and Enugu (MASSOB). What actually caused Jonathan failure is bad performance. His party has been ruling Nigeria for the past 16 year, alas! such years are wasteful.

            As for your question that what Buhari has ever done for Nigeria? I wish to let you know that Buhari has done a lot. In year 1983, Buhari came in as a military head of state to rescue the sinking ship of Nigeria. The situation then was worst than what we are experiencing now – NPN government then completely mismanaged Nigeria economy, election was massively rigged and industries were closing down – hence, the military took over government and everything was corrected before another Junta called Babangida seized power from Buhari. Babangida later legalized corruption in Nigeria.

            What endears Buhari to Nigerians is his incorruptible. Buhari is not corrupt like other former Nigeria head of states and the electorates believe the major problem of Nigeria is corruption and anybody who will fight corruption successful will not himself corrupt.

            We should see ourselves as Nigerians instead of as Ibo, Hausa or Yoruba. It is only if this happens that Nigeria will be progressive and advance like America, UK and other advanced countries of the world.

            Best regards,,,

          • BROFF

            Of course, your kind are known to be habitual liars and habitual tribalist; the kind of fellas who point accusing fingers at others concerning the very tribalism which you yourselves introduced into Nigerian politics.

          • Combymax

            The Igbos have voted for an Hausa man and they have also voted for a Yoruba man. May be you should check your record before trying to challenge me or refute any of my claims. We do not discriminate against anyone in our voting preferences. Moreover, we live in a democracy and I do not believe that it’s a crime for people to choose who they like to vote for. In the 1980’s when Buhari overthrew an elected president and took over as then Nigeria’s head of state, the only notable thing they did was to command people like animals and force compliance to their rule down people’s throat. In addition, while they will have you believe they were fighting corruption, their members and friends were busy looting our treasury. Check your records well and you will find out the truth. There were zero improvement in Nigeria’s economy while they were in power. They may have gathered few of their detractors and put them in jail, but they had no plans for the economy, electricity problems were never addressed, roads were worse than they are today, no good drinking water anywhere, our educational system was in shambles, and almost everything was at a stand still. In all these, the junta was only interested in whipping people to line in public, believing that’s how to govern a country. I do not seek to live in an alternate universe like most of you do, so if there is anyone that is clouded by anything, that isn’t me. I have no interest in preaching anything to anyone in public. I will live that to people like you who choose to project messianic attitude in public to impress others. It’s clear to me that if you do not like the Igbo people because they are more successful than your people, you will still not like them no matter what I tell you. I am praying that things get better in Nigeria, but I believe that the wrong man has been elected into power, and in the next 4 years, when you come back here in lamentation, I will remind you my words. Stay strong.

          • Davy Crockett

            How many times did Ibos vote for their own Ibo Presidential Candidate. Ojukwu contested I think twice in 2003 and probably 2007, how many Ibos voted for Him? many Ibos have been contesting ever since this political dispensation, how many times did they get votes from the east? The Ibos have consistently failed to produce credible candidates.
            let the truth be told, Northern Muslims are mostly wild animals, but among them, we found a man that can be trusted.
            Ibos are sane, sage and progressive people, point out one of them that you can trust with your money and go to sleep. Rochas Okorocha is the only man I can cast my vote for, but How many Ibos will actually vote for him?

          • fineman peters

            Sentiments and partisanship aside, which head of state have performed better than Jonathan? This guy created 14 new universities and gave 12 of those to the North. Obasanjo was busy creating private universities in his own state. This guy built over 2000 almajiri schools when he realised that the future of the North was being systematically destroyed because nobody was interested in sending the kids to proper western style schools. He backed Northern state governments to borrow loans to build infrastructures like airport, roads e.t.c. The combination of Abacha, Babangida, Buhari, Abdulsalami and Shagari did not do as much even though they had a fiat to do as they like. This man stood by the north and really wanted to bring the north to par with the south. How have they bitten the hands that fed them? GEJ also gave senior ministerial and ambassadorial posts to Northerners. He was ever there for them. Now see the way they have treated him. A lot of lessons are being learned from this whole process. The voters in the north are not rational. They follow when one person say lets go. If GEJ have spent all that effort investing his political fortunes in the South West, He would have won this election hands down. He could have spent a big part of that resources in the South West and get their vote. It doesn’t matter what you do for the Hausa Fulani, If you are not one of them, You can’t be one of them. Learn your lessons today.

          • GOOD GOD

            all what you mentioned just proved to me that GEJ is an incompetent president….he needed to identify what Nigerians NEED as a whole and provide but he failed….everytime you guys will come up with he built university…seriously? Nigerians need cure against poverty..good economy that will improve the lives of the citizens you are talking about he built universities? Also..security and safety of Nigerian should have been important also to him..yet he failed to give Nigerians safety…..GEJ does not deserve re-election…..

          • BROFF

            Honestly, of all the comments ,yours is the most ignorant, laced with unbridled arrogance and stupidity.
            What else should be expected from a hobo like you who will never smell any managerial or administrative position either private or public; but is destined to be a neo-slave in some western ghetto slum where you work your ass off in order to scrap a meager living.
            President Jonathan is the Executive President of Nigeria, and is the best President or Prime Minister Nigeria has ever had. Honestly, this is a position and qualification your miserable self and fellow low-breeds cannot exceed until you die. You can take this to the bank. So, whenever you decide to shoot off your stinking ghetto mouth at your betters, always remember this.

          • GOOD GOD

            you are a stark illiterate Sir…..I pity Nigeria, because with somebody like you we have no hope….I think you should step out of Nigeria and learn that when poverty is removed from a society that society becomes better at all cost….You are uncultured Sir because political arguments can be had without insults……Those graduates from Nigerian universities without jobs what are going to do about them?????? do you know what they turned to…Armed robbery, kidnapping etc what your so called president should have done first is to create some employments for every class…..you need to use your mind and show that you can think positively……OR get off this website

          • BROFF

            Honestly, I still know that of all the comments ,yours is the most ignorant, laced with unbridled arrogance and stupidity. Here you are pontificatting that political arguments can be had without insults, yet you have been raining insults on people long before your misbehavior forced me to intervene and tell you the fact about yourself. I dare say that your inability to REMEMBER that you have been giving the same insult which you pontificate against, confirms the meagre intellect of your low-breed. And the very idea of such a hobo as you, presuming to lecture the President of a country on how to run a country, is simply a condition best handled by a shrink.
            Hear this again,illiterate sir.President Jonathan is the Executive President of Nigeria, and is the best President or Prime Minister Nigeria has ever had. Honestly, this is a position and qualification your miserable self and fellow low-breeds cannot exceed until you die. You can take this to the bank. So, whenever you decide to shoot off your stinking ghetto mouth at your betters, always remember this.You are a low-life,sir.

          • GOOD GOD

            still uncultured,,,,I wonder how old you are Sir….I pity your parents because they raised a fool….your GEJ is the worst thing that happened to my dear country…take that to bank…ID IOT

          • BROFF

            I dare say your miserable parents scrapping some existence in a slum, must be proud of their hobo more than forty years adult failure of a brat, squatting in a corresponding western ghetto slum. You should be told that there is a saying that people like you at forty, remain so forever. Here you are pontificating about not being uncultured, yet you have been raining insults on people long before your UNCULTURED misbehavior forced me to intervene and tell you the fact about yourself. I dare say that your inability to REMEMBER that you have been giving the same insult which you pontificate against, confirms the meager intellect of your low-breed. And the very idea of such a hobo as you, presuming to lecture the President of a country on how to run a country, is simply a condition best handled by a shrink.
            Hear this again,illiterate sir.President Jonathan is the Executive President of Nigeria, and is the best President or Prime Minister Nigeria has ever had. Honestly, this is a position and qualification your miserable self and fellow low-breeds cannot exceed until you die. You can take this to the bank. So, whenever you decide to shoot off your stinking ghetto mouth at your betters, always remember this.You are a low-life,sir.

          • GOOD GOD

            still uncultured…please stop writing me Sir…

          • BROFF

            It is clearly obvious that I have cured you of your little madness, and now you are making disjointed one line statements. I care not to write you, but I must definitely decide to do so, if I so much as catch you AGAIN insulting people on this blog ever. Be warned,low breed.

          • GOOD GOD

            No..I chose to ignore an id iot….and immature 20 years old…..

          • BROFF

            You should be told that there is a saying that people like you at forty, remain so forever.

          • GOOD GOD

            you will regret this..I am watching you from now on….if you think you can do this..believe you will run…BIPOLAR Id iot

          • BROFF

            Street urchin, how is the ghetto of Europe?

          • GOOD GOD

            Good God….what can I do to get rid of this pest…okay..stalker….go home from your 419 camp and do something useful with your life for once…as a 20 year old you should be in college….go home and listen to your parents for once…if you have one anyway….

          • BROFF

            It is clearly obvious that I have cured you of your little madness, and
            now you are making disjointed one line statements. I care not to write
            you, but I must definitely decide to do so, if I so much as catch you
            AGAIN insulting people on this blog ever. Be warned,low breed.

          • GOOD GOD

            good God…you are definitely a child because you did not even knew when you are being insulted….go home..if anybody is cured of childishness..it is you Sir….you showed all the traits of somebody who was raised by a single parent….go home and suck on mother’s breast..fecking re tard…..your uncultured remarks showed you are an id iot Sir…

          • BROFF

            Poverty cannot be removed from you, because you are intricately cursed with poverty from which you
            cannot be delivered ; but this is a fact which your low-breed brain wouldn’t unravel in a lifetime, so I am telling you free of charge. I have no interest in causing you any emotional pain, but truth has that peculiar quality of inflicting such pain especially when it is necessary to be told a low-breed like you. So,as I was saying, you are cursed with poverty from which you cannot escape, and have been so cursed for 40 years of inept ruler ship. The seriousness of this curse is such that, at the very moment President Jonathan is about to deliver you from poverty, the curse compelled you to abort this move with YOUR very OWN hands. Low-breed, your suffering continues.

          • GOOD GOD

            great…this guy is really bipolar….GEJ already lost but in your schizophrenic mind he won???? Good God….deliver this re tard from illiteracy…

          • BROFF

            Not surprising that a low breed like you cannot read. Like I said, you are cursed with poverty. No serious organization employs a hobo like you that cannot read; hence you are married to poverty with no option of divorce.

          • jungleboy

            Mr basket mouth,ur username is more of a gheto alias,well i will go straight to d point.lets assume his on a minimum wage in a place like uk,he will be living a normal life like anyone else .He will drive any car of his choice, have a nice house to himself,go on holiday around d world.Now in a place like naija reverse is d case,because of people like gej,and silver spoon brats like u.So zip it…….shhhhhhhhhh

          • BROFF

            Honestly, it is absurd and illogical that a low-breed like you should presume to lecture a President far better than your kind. President Jonathan is the Executive President of Nigeria, and is the
            best President or Prime Minister Nigeria has ever had. Honestly, this is
            a position and qualification your miserable self and fellow low-breeds
            cannot exceed until you die. You can take this to the bank. So, whenever
            you decide to shoot off your stinking ghetto mouth at your betters,
            always remember this.

          • jungleboy

            Now i can see how low ur IQ is,and for sure ur smoking some bad stuff.Can u tell me what breed u are mr ojuejee??Wait till i get my hands on u.Ingloriuos bastard.

          • BROFF

            Until you can prove your pedigree is not a little bit below that of a primate, you remain a low breed that cannot develop a country in such a long space of forty years, but rather ran the country underground within the same period.A hobo that FORGETS such blunder, and chooses to badmouth a President clearly far superior to all your kind put together, is of an extremely poor intellect.You cannot lay your stinking hands on my pristine self.May thunder strike you dead at the very center of your soul if you ever nurse that thought again. If you chose to insult people,know that you are open to be insulted.

            Honestly, it is absurd and illogical that a low-breed like you should
            presume to lecture a President far better than your kind. President
            Jonathan is the Executive President of Nigeria, and is the
            best President or Prime Minister Nigeria has ever had. Honestly, this is
            a position and qualification your miserable self and fellow low-breeds
            cannot exceed until you die. You can take this to the bank. So, whenever
            you decide to shoot off your stinking ghetto mouth at your betters,
            always remember this.

          • jungleboy

            Are u God??? mr gbewiri,oloribuku oloshi.You are just an evil person,and foolish.As they say never argue with an arsehole,so people will no d difference.Mr alatenuje plssssssssssssssssss back off……..

          • BROFF

            Your primitive low breed grunt of a language is nauseating. Speak the language we humans speak.

          • jungleboy

            see how stupid u are,fake man like u eranko jatijati,oro lomo eletin je.mr jaguda.i can see uv got identity problem also known as slave mentality.barawo banza,shege daiska.fecking prick..

          • BROFF

            After forty years of your low-breed primitivity, and the wonder is that you have not yet figured out that you are incapable of developing a country. Your problem is genetic and spiritual.That is, a spiritual decree that you are cursed never to develop, and an inferior genetic makeup. No matter how hard a chimpanzee like you tries to develop its environment even in the presence of surplus resources, the truth is that the chimp can’t develop, and so continues wallowing in the jungle, simply because it will always be a chimp and remain a chimp. When a human being tries to develop the environment of the chimp, the chimp chases the human being away, simply because, the spiritual decree against the chimp and the chimp’s nature, are geared towards the chimp remaining backward and undeveloped.

          • Fatai Ahmed

            Education is the only means to end corruption, and such education is building a people with a mindset, so who sees education as not doing enough for a particular people or nation is against the future. If Goodluck, builds universities, do you expect him to run the institutions??? (that’s where the Operators both at state and local levels should be held responsible).

          • GOOD GOD

            unfortunately….most of the people robbing us have PHD….with Nigerians education do not determine how we will behave….if we do not have education we become armed robbers, and if we do we become pen robbers…..a government who want to help us will solve poverty problems in our society…..poverty is the main problem we have…not education…..

          • Fatai Ahmed

            i hope you also understand that that same poverty is a state of mind, and thats why even those we think are rich still are the once stealing, so it’s not just education per say, but proper education. the type that sets the mind free from Low self esteem.

          • GOOD GOD

            can you tell me the unemployment rate in Nigeria….if most people can get a decent well paid job….corruption and crimes will reduce….low self esteem has nothing to do with armed robbery or pen robbery..people with low self esteem don’t become robbers….

          • BROFF

            Poverty cannot be solved from you, because you are

            intricately cursed with poverty from which you

            cannot be delivered ; but this is a fact which your

            low-breed brain wouldn’t unravel in a lifetime, so I am telling you free of

            charge. I have no interest in causing you any emotional pain, but truth has

            that peculiar quality of inflicting such pain especially when it is necessary

            to be told a low-breed like you. So,as I was saying, you are cursed with

            poverty from which you cannot escape, and you have been so cursed for 40 years

            of YOUR inept ruler ship. The seriousness of this curse is such that, at the

            very moment President Jonathan is about to deliver you from poverty, the curse

            compelled you to abort this move with YOUR very OWN hands. Low-breed, your

            suffering continues.

          • Sam

            We are poor. How do we afford tuition fees? Someone is suffering from malaria n you are administering drugs to cure fever

          • BROFF

            Poverty cannot be cured from you, because you are
            intricately cursed with poverty from which you

            cannot be delivered ; but this is a fact which your
            low-breed brain wouldn’t unravel in a lifetime, so I am telling you free of
            charge;. I have no interest in causing you any emotional pain, but truth has
            that peculiar quality of inflicting such pain especially when it is necessary
            to be told a low-breed like you. So,as I was saying, you are cursed with
            poverty from which you cannot escape, and you have been so cursed for 40 years
            of YOUR inept ruler ship. The seriousness of this curse is such that, at the
            very moment President Jonathan is about to deliver you from poverty, the curse
            compelled you to abort this move with YOUR very OWN hands. Low-breed, your
            suffering continues.

          • BROFF

            Poverty cannot be cured from you, because you are
            intricately cursed with poverty from which you

            cannot be delivered ; but this is a fact which your
            low-breed brain wouldn’t unravel in a lifetime, so I am telling you free of
            charge. I have no interest in causing you any emotional pain, but truth has
            that peculiar quality of inflicting such pain especially when it is necessary
            to be told a low-breed like you. So,as I was saying, you are cursed with
            poverty from which you cannot escape, and you have been so cursed for 40 years
            of YOUR inept ruler ship. The seriousness of this curse is such that, at the
            very moment President Jonathan is about to deliver you from poverty, the curse
            compelled you to abort this move with YOUR very OWN hands. Low-breed, your
            suffering continues.

          • dee

            I don’t believe that..this is politics! He’s doing that to win their conscience and the northerners proved to be smarter than what he thinks!
            GEJ tried but he failed the westerners who voted him in in 2011..So stop saying the Yoruba have not in any way supported the igbos.. In a nutshell, GEJ’s regime is full of corruption, insecurity, favouritism to mention a few..Let’s stop being sentimental about the whole thing and face the reality

          • Davy Crockett

            GEJ didn’t fight CORRUPTION. That is all that’s needed to fail. 14 new universities! Nigeria doesn’t have any university; check world university rankings for better understanding. He should have fought corruption, and many of our universities would have been sanitized to regain d consciousness of proper and decent learning. GEJ kept overlooking d the corrupt practices of the godfathers and Cabal politicians as if the poor people’s votes are irrelevant.

          • Combymax

            People like you should avoid dabbling into topics you have little knowledge of, because they are beyond your level of intellect and you will be unable to handle anything thrown at you by those who know better. I am deliberately ignoring your little minded comments because you are beneath my level. Find comments by other people of your level to contribute to, please.

          • Davy Crockett

            I’m in America, and I met a guy from South South (a mix of Delta and Edo) about 2 weeks ago, he complained bitterly about GEJ. Tho I also met a Yoruba man who prefers Jonathan; he being a Christian feel safer with him.

          • GOOD GOD

            I just think it is great if we put tribal identity aside and support a candidate we think will do better for Nigeria….

          • ADER DELE

            God bless you bros,but can they think,when loads of money has changed hands, & the so called biafran want to be identify themselves with Urhobo to destroy Nigeria.

          • ADER DELE

            He feel safe cause his soul belongs to evil,as long the xtian southerners are concerned no muslim is good to them even though their pastor rides in a private jets they still strrugle to feed their mouth. Come to Nigeria the best business in Nigeria is start a church & you are in, in a big way bros.

          • BROFF

            There is no high-breed there with you, and you have no high-breed friend. Your assertion to having such associates is an example of your low-breed inborn proclivity to tell lies and to deceive low breeds like you.

          • GOOD GOD

            so..you are IBO..high breed…you are a disgrace to your race….

          • BROFF

            There is no such RACE. When a low breed like you do not know this simple fact , it is little wonder developing your zoo is impossible for you even given forty years to do so.

          • Al Agba

            Which states do you need? It is fine for you to be hoping with reality that Jonathan has an electoral path. The whole world except you waiting for water in the desert know that the man has lost the elections based on the declared results from the states. Tear the mask!

          • Al Agba

            Gen Muhammadu Buhari: Victorious

            Major General Muhammadu Buhari, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress is at the brink of making history as the first opposition candidate to defeat an incumbent in Nigeria’s history.

            With votes tallied in 34 out of 36 states of Nigeria,following the weekend election, Buhari has won 14,772,454 votes to the 11,616,149 votes won by the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan.

            Only few state results, one of them from Jonathan’s South South base of Delta state remain to be tallied, but analysts do not foresee Jonathan’s scores of 1.2million votes to change Buhari’s victory.

          • Davy Crockett

            Goodluck has called to congratulate Buhari. Are you worried now?

          • Michael Olanrewaju Ikharia

            please u dont know simple maths
            we are telling you the number 1 he must win 2/3 of the 36 state, plus FCT making 25 state
            now he has loss FCT and now he is only leading in 10state as well as GET is leading in 10 state, out of the 20state announced tell me wat is the probability of GMB winning 14more state out of 17state left and if he wins these 14more state how can he win FCT which as already been announced please think well before u reply

          • GOOD GOD

            I wish I understood what you said…Buhari already had more than 25% in 20 states….I think he will achieve the requirements necessary for election….

          • Jazzy78

            The winner must have 25% in at least 24 states plus FCT. If both candidates reach that threshold, then the tie-breaker would be the higher number of votes. There really is no need for argument; just do the math. Will Buhari have 25% of votes cast in 24 states plus FCT and record a higher number of total votes cast? If your answer is yes, then you can hand him the victory.

          • Combymax

            I understand all that, but the young man or the young lady, whichever he/she happens to be, seem to see things differently. He believes the results would be different from what INEC have been announcing. I assume he has his own results. He should let us know.

          • Michael Olanrewaju Ikharia

            good you are right, buahri is going nowhere is either u loss compeletly or we go for re run

          • The answer is CAPITAL YES sir.

          • Doubting Thomas – Buhari the hero has already won…

          • Combymax

            Just keep your head low. In 4 years time, you will come back here in lamentation. Good, I do not live in Nigeria, so I won’t be witnessing the suffering as you would. The economy is likely to slide back into what it has always been. I hope you will be willing to accept your mistakes then.

          • kboy024

            What are you now going to do because i can now see clearly that you are an idiot just like those guy called you but to add to it, you are even mad….So, are you selfish IGBOS going to leave this country or what??i can start to imagine how you will be feeling right now….So go and help your fellow brother to pack all his rubbish back to his home town….You have always failed because you IGBOS think Nigeria is yours alone…Face the reality now because the majority have made the decision.. SAI BUHARI

          • Combymax

            I am going to be living my life as I have always. The Igbos are the most successful people in Nigeria. I know many of you do not like that, but I care less. I supported the best man for the job and I have no regrets for doing so. It is people like you that I pity. In 4 years time, if shame will allow you, you will come back here in lamentation. By then, it’s already far, far too late. I have all that I need in my life and I live a very happy life where I am, so you can be rest assured that I have no issue with anything. Just do not let the door hit as you find your way out. Stay strong.

          • kboy024

            You Igbos are always selfish….you claimed that you have every thing you needed in your life but does every single person in your family live comfortable as you do??not to even talk of your village because am sure that is where you come from….despite the fact that you have ministers of Niger -delta, NDDC and so many other programs, yet you people still lives in poverty.. you are all selfish, thief’s that the entire world is not enough for you….let see where it leads you…

          • Combymax

            I am not sure why you are angry. But, I think you should keep your head low. You stand to benefit nothing from this election and I think you should find ways to better your life rather than sitting around, throwing stones at the Igbo people. I did not ask God to create your people less intelligent and smart to my people. My family live a good decent life and we have little to complain about. My prayer is that things would get better for everyone, but I do not really think that is going to be the case. You people have made your choice and I would urge you to be able to live and be happy with whatever consequences that may come with such choice.

          • Davy Crockett

            I will never say Ibos are stupid and irrelevant; I will be stupid to say so. But you sir do always sound very stupid and bias and unsuprisingly iignorant.

          • Davy Crockett

            So you don’t even live in Nigeria! No wonder you really sounded ignorant of the plights of Nigerians

          • Al Agba

            Combymax, if you have access to the internet as it should be in this modern age, you will not be living in self-illusion. The results are known. Check THisDay owned by a Deltan – the paper already congratu;ated Buhari, and advised Jonathan to concede victory because the final margin with which Jonathan was defeated is about 2.72 million votes. By popular votes, mandatory requirement and others, Buhari is the winner. However, Jonathan can still plan other routes but definitely not through this election which he has lost.

          • Combymax

            I have no problems with the outcome of the elections. I supported the best person for the job and I have no regrets. In 4 years, when you look back, you will realize why you should have done the right thing. You will never see what I am looking at, and no matter how you try, you can not reach my height. I pity people like you who live in Nigeria and whose live will have zero improvement when all that Jonathan have been trying to fix, crumbles back down.

          • Davy Crockett

            i hope u have now seen! Congratulations any way. With Buhari, even you have got a better future.

          • chijioke

            Why will they allow under age kids to vote in Kastina, kaduna and others ???

          • Elder George Tunde Adedeji.

            How do you know they are underage?

          • Hon Max Odion

            Are you blind to see what is happening in the north?

          • Garry O.

            Show us the video clip.

          • You cannot determine the age by facial look. You better ask for their birth certificates which INEC would have been done before issuing them with PVCs.

          • Garry O.

            Show the physical evidence.

          • Why do they allow returning officers not to have result sheets in Rivers, Cross Rivers and Bayesa States?

          • Al Agba

            Leave that to INEC and the courts.

          • Check your record very well – Buhari has surpassed that stipulation; hence is the president in waiting. Bye bye to your Jonothing – now on his way Otuke.

          • Kola Anifowoshe

            Mr. Moses Falola,
            I think the verbiage you are looking for is “The president
            Elect”, president elect is primarily by projection of votes, next is the collation
            of votes and finally by announcement. After swearing in he will be President of
            Nigeria or Federal republic of Nigeria.

      • sunday322

        From the result pattern so far,it seems both candidates will each win 25% in 2/3 of total number of states
        The decider is gonna be the total votes cast
        It’s gonna go to the wire

        • BroVic

          True.

      • Elder George Tunde Adedeji.

        Ignorance is a very bad disease

      • Remi

        Please sir, you need more education. There are 2 conditions to be met. 1 25 % in 24 states and 2 popular votes. Winner must meet condition 1 and have highest number of popular votes.

        • sunday322

          You are not competely right
          A candidate with 25% in 24 states can still win without having the highest numer of popular votes

          • Michael Olanrewaju Ikharia

            dont be fooled if the candidate meet the 2/3 of the 24vstate and dont not have high number of vote then their shall be rerun of election between the two parties. pls let us say wat we know and sure off

          • Lawrence Fatoki

            You are right. And if someone has the highest votes and does not meet the requirement of 24 states, there will still be a re-run

          • GOOD GOD

            how??????????????????/

          • Lawrence Fatoki

            By popular vote, please, what exactly do you mean?

          • sunday322

            A candidate that scores 25% in 2/3 of the total number of states eg 24 states in the case of Nigeria will still win even if another candidate has more votes but fails to meet the 25% requirement in 2/3 of the total number of stares
            Example :George Bush jr scored less number of votes yet he won for meeting the 2/3 geographical spread requirements while the other candidate with more votes did not

          • Kola Anifowoshe

            Sunday322

            In US are they using the Nigeria constitution? No, even if
            Nigerian used the US Constitution as a reference does not mean we are copying
            it verbatim. References Nigerian constitution to the letter in this forum to
            justified your position. You as any Nigerian have the right and means to change
            it, if you honestly feel the change is the best for the majority as well as the
            minority.

          • sunday322

            But you never explained in what way you understand it
            You just go about critisizing

          • Lawrence Fatoki

            I went to the book after my message. You are right

          • @ Sunday322 – Can you please expantiate more on your statement “… can still win without having the highest number of popular votes”…

          • sunday322

            In a standard presidential system,if one candidate gets 25% in 2/3 of the number of states;eg in Nigeria 24 states
            If another candidate fails to secure 25% in 2/3 of the number of states,but scores more votes in total,the candidate with 25% in 2/3 of the number states but with less number of votes wins
            The geographical spread of votes scored counts more in the main
            George Bush jr of the US scored less number of votes and still won because he was able to meet the geographical spread requirement

          • @ Sunday 322 – Thank for your education.

            I think Buhari will meet the two conditions in this result.

          • sunday322

            Buhari is only waiting to be declared the president elect in a couple of hours

          • Kola Anifowoshe

            Run for the senate and judiciously change the constitution,
            instead of trying to move the goal post to suite you

          • sunday322

            Whatever you mean by “move the the goal post to suit you”I don’t know but what I know is what I wrote
            If you are in doubt,you can google “winning the presidential election”and see what I mean
            You need to always focus on the main topic instead of making unnecassy projections

        • Thank you for correcting my topological error. Keep it up Remi

      • Ndidi Nwange

        Caleb, calculation is based on 25% in 2/3 states AND total highest vote. Both candidates have achieved the first requirement. Popular vote will determine the winner.

      • frank Lare

        I beg the winner is by highest number of votes and must have 25% votes in 2/3 of local government .

        • you really got the point. I congratulate you in this forum because the spreading of the 25%; technically and those ‘coluee’ that are verse in statistic knows the 25% winning popularity is the whole local government area base not states. However lets give INEC the onus to declare the winner.

      • GOOD GOD

        why are you changing Nigerian electoral law….highest votes and 25% of 2/3….

        • Are you sure as an individual to change electoral law?

          • GOOD GOD

            mis information can change laws because so many Nigerians do not know thelaw anyway…this might lead to violence because they will think they were cheated….

          • And that is why INEC is the referee…

          • GOOD GOD

            you are right Sir….

      • burning spear

        thanks for the explaination-its really sad that some of these people get carried away easily——–

      • Al Agba

        My brother Maaji Caleb Zonkwa, everybody has the declared results from all states because we now live in the internet age. Information flows freely. The INEC is just doing a routine assignment because even Jonathan has the results. Buhari has been projected as done in other climes as the winner by virtue of results from the states. He has beaten Jonathan with about 2.7million votes in popular votes, and did better than him winning 25% in more states than Jonathan.

        • George Oriade

          How sure are you about what you just posted?

          • He is very sure. Results have been collated by all the party agents. INEC is just announcing the results formally.

          • Al Agba

            I have all the states and also from ward to ward as collated. What the INEC is doing is just a routine. ThisDay newspapers just some hours ago advised Jonathan to concede, and have (ThisDay) gone ahead to congratulate Buhari asking him to be humble in victory. The remaining states in the north voted heavily for Buhari

        • The constituted authority and the Nigeria constitution only recognise INEC as the referee with the the trumpet.

      • @ Ma’aji Caleb Zonkwa – You are wrong sir. The winner is based on simple majority. Having get the simple majority, the second consideration is that such a winner must win at least 25% in 23 States as you mentioned.

      • zacchaeus Akinleye

        Your understanding of electoral mathematics is elementary. Buckle up, loser.

    • eddy

      Afi ti egun yen oba jo dada

    • oludare ishola

      very true

  • Idongesit Udongwo

    let’s wait for the final result.

  • Articulate

    Where are the pdps APC Vs PDP = 4 / 2

  • sera

    We dont need to reply to one anothers comment.who ever God has placed there would surely enter.either u like dat or not.bt i believe God know who can lead his people.#shikena#gbam

    • janet2312

      God did not place anyone there. The people did

      • Ola

        God does not place people there, people do and not “God did not place anyone there. The people did”.
        However, God places people there because this earth is His. Thank you

    • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

      MAY THE COUNSEL OF THE LORD STAND. AND MAY THE WILL OF GOD PREVAIL!

  • Tee Blink

    let wait for the final result.

  • Tunde Professions

    Candidates
    Top 4 candidates
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    MUHAMMADU BUHARIAPC
    2,820,298
    50.85%

    GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHANPDP
    2,670,554
    48.15%

    ALH. GANIYU O. GALADIMAACPN
    9,973
    0.18%

    AYENI MUSA ADEBAYOAPA
    7,247
    0.13%

    • janet2312

      Very happy.

  • Lady

    Can we use percentages so we don’t all have to bring out our calculators???

  • AGOZIE

    I am more interested in how free and fair the election turned out to be rather than the candidate that won.If all our votes counted,then Nigeria have the hope of getting better.If your votes does not count,then whoever wins is not relevant in my opinion.So far,GEJ is living to his promise of delivering the most free and fair election in Nigerian history.If he loses,then he is an honorable Man and if he wins,then he is a great Man in Nigerian history books.Respect for that so far!!

  • Stephen

    Do your calculation and know the actual figures. For your information, GEJ is leading Buhari by 246, 013 votes from the results released so far. Let us not rejoice now till the fonal whistle.

  • Aderonmu Victor Olusegun

    I had never for once thought that this contest will be this close. Let’s just keep our fingers crossed as we hope for the best.

    • AGOZIE

      A good sign of transparency

      • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

        Thumps Up to JEGA for guts! He refused to be intimidated by the veiled and not-too-veiled threats of the powers-that be! Now who can quarrel with the technological wizardry of the less-than-palm-size Vote- Reader He is already a legend on his way to the nation’s company of immortals, if he can keep his cool and head and heart to wrap up His God-sent mission for Nigeria! I rejoice with JEGA! I rejoice myself. I rejoice with the good people of Nigeria! The future forever belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams! Together, We’re not only Smarter, bu Happier and Richer!

  • kennyzizou

    We are watching…..

    • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

      WATCH AND PRAY…

  • Alaowerri

    Let no innocent Nigerian lose his or her life over this election for those you die for never mean well for you the masses. They (politicians) should rather die for their course not you.

    • idrix king

      Yours is the best contribution but majority are blind to see this.

  • Anyone who resorts to violence when his or her party loses this elections, is a coward! If India which has a much bigger population than our nation, Nigeria, could conduct peaceful, non-violent democratic elections, Nigerians could do better!! … http://musteredlady.com/nigerians-elect-a-president/

    • Kenny Efunpo

      The best empirical comparable analysis of the year. Well said I choose say. Cheers

      • After this elections is over, there are other crucial issues to be tackle, possibly by the electorate, our eligible voters. Issues such the following are still pending: PLEASE, READ: THIS IS WHY EVERYBODY WANTS TO GO TO ABUJA.

        If you don’t understand why those who are in Abuja don’t want to return and those who want to go are doing so at all cost, look at this information.

        SPECIAL REPORT:
        SALARY OF NIGERIAN SENATORS.

        After reading through this Special Report, any shred of doubt in the reader’s mind that Nigeria is doomed and heading for a headlong, downward plummeting will simply dissipate. The details of the remuneration of an average Nigerian Senator is detailed below:

        * Basic Salary (B.S) – N2,484,245.50
        * Hardship Allowance (50% of B.S) – N1,242,122.70
        * Constituency Allowance (200% of B.S) – N4,968,509.00
        * Newspapers Allowance (50% of B.S) – N1,242,122.70
        * Wardrobe Allowance (25% of B.S) – N621,061.37
        * Recess Allowance (10% of B.S) – N248,424.55
        * Accommodation (200% of B.S) – N4,968,509.00
        * Utilities (30% of B.S) – N828,081.83
        * Domestic Staff (70% of B.S) – N1,863,184.12
        * Entertainment (30% of B.S) – N828,081.83
        * Personal Assistants (25% of B.S) – N621,061.12
        * Vehicle Maintenance Allowance (75% of B.S) – N1,863,184.12
        * Leave Allowance (10% of B.S) – N248,424.55
        * Severance Gratuity (300% of B.S) – N7,452,736.50
        * Car Allowance (400% of B.S) – N9,936,982.00
        * TOTAL MONTHLY SALARY = N29,479,749.00 ($181,974.00)
        * TOTAL YEARLY SALARY = N29,479,749.00 x 12 = N353,756,988.00 ($2,183,685.00)
        * EXCHANGE RATE: $1 = N162

        LEGISLATORS PAY WORLDWIDE PER ANNUM
        * Britain – $105,400.00
        * United States – $174,000.00
        * France – $85,900.00
        * South Africa – $104,000.00
        * Kenya – $74,500.00
        * Saudi Arabia – $64,000.00
        * Brazil – $157,600.00
        * Ghana – $46,500.00
        * Indonesia – $65,800.00
        * Thailand – $43,800.00
        * India – $11,200.00
        * Italy – $182,000.00
        * Bangladesh – $4,000.00
        * Israel – $114,800.00
        * Hong Kong – $130,700.00
        * Japan – $149,700.00
        * Singapore – $154,000.00
        * Canada – $154 000.00
        * New Zealand – $112,500.00
        * Germany – $119,500.00
        * Ireland – $120,400.00
        * Pakistan – $3,500.00
        * Malaysia – $25,300.00
        * Sweden – $99 300.00
        * Sri Lanka – $5,100.00
        * Spain – $43,900.00
        * Norway – $138,000.00

        In terms of lawmakers’ salaries as a ratio of GDP per capita, the gap is even much wider. While the salary of a Nigerian lawmaker is 116 times the country’s GDP per person, that of a British member of parliament is just 2.7 times.

        The average salary of Nigerian worker based on the national minimum wage is N18,000.00, So, the yearly salary is N18,000.00 x 12 = N216,000.00 ($1,333.00)
        Remember, Yearly Salary of Nigerian Senator = $2,183,685.00.
        Proportion: $2,183,685.00/$1,333.00 = 1,638
        It will take an average Nigerian worker 1,638 years to earn the yearly salary of a Nigerian Senator.

        Source: the economist

        Legislators, both at d state & federal level are d problem of dis country. They only legislate into their pocket.

        • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

          LEGISLA’THIEVES! NOW WE KNOW THE GOOD GUYS UNDER-DEVELOPING NIGERIA! OVERPAID TO A MIND BENDING DEGREE, YET UNDER-PERFORMING ON ALL FRONTS AND AVAILABLE INDICES! SO SAD IS THE SONG!

          • Tackling the unusually huge compensation packages of our senators and other legislators, is one of the number one trouble-spots to focus on, in fighting corruption in the system.

        • Toby

          LEGALISED LOOTING, MORAL BANKRUPTCY, AN EVIL EMPIRE

        • Sethken

          Will Buhari and his cohorts restructure this salary scale?

    • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

      WELL SAID! LET’S BE CIVIL AND LIFE-PRESERVING FOR A REFRESHING CHANGE! ELECTIONS COME AND GO, WE SHOULD KEEP A SENSITIVE EYE ON GENERATIONS NOW, AND GENERATIONS TO COME! TIME FOR OUR POLITICIANS TO START ACTING LIKE TRUE STATESMEN AND HONOURABLE SPORTSMEN! WE CANNOT AFFORD TO PLUNGE OUR NATION INTO PREVENTABLE CHAOS OVER POLITICAL DIFFERENCES. THOSE WHO ARE AGGRIEVED SHOULD RESIST THE TEMPTATION TO SEEK SELF-HELP. THEY SHOULD TAKE THEIR CASES TO THE TRIBUNALS AND THE COURT OF LAW! ANYTHING LESS OR ELSE, WILL BE UNCIVILISED! GOD BLESS NIGERIA!

  • Imo-owo Ukpong

    Information reaching me now states that there is an ongoing bloody fight taking place at Igando and Isheri in Lagos state

  • oludare ishola

    so far so good here is the result from the inec

    State
    APC
    PDP

    Ekiti
    120,331
    176,466

    Ogun
    308,290
    207,950

    Enugu
    14,157
    553,003

    Kogi
    264,851
    149,987

    Osun
    383,603
    249,929

    Ondo
    299,889
    251,368

    FCT
    146,399
    157,195

    Oyo
    528,620
    303,376

    Kogi
    264,851
    149,987

    Total
    APC 2,330,991
    PDP 2,199,261

  • Mimi3

    Guardian, please update with Nasarawa State results! you are repeating Kogi!!

  • Aliyu Omeiza Usman

    The results are finally here and is interesting to see how both GMB and GEJ are faring. I believe the candidate that wins the majority votes in the south-west will the next President of this country. Till 8pm when the other results are announce then, we shall know who Nigerians have given their mandate to. God bless Nigeria!

    • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

      MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM TRULY BREATH-TAKING! A PHOTO-FINISH MAY WELL BE WITHIN SIGHT! GOD BLESS THE TWO CANDIATES! GOD BLESS NIGERIA. GOD BLESS ALL OF US WHO ARE KEEPING WATCH. TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND THE GREATER GLORY OF GOD! ALL SHALL BE WELL WITH NIGERIA!

  • Akinbode

    Prayer is what we need at a crucial time like this. This is history

    • janet2312

      Shit with prayers. Go get the problem solved

  • boliatepa

    It is in the interest of democracy that APC wins. PDP has become lax and feel they are entitled to power, no matter how they perform. Not that I care about APC or Buhari, but this presents an opportunity for PDP to sit back in opposition, work hard and come back with a better candidate and better plans. Jonathan was measured and he was just not good enough. He could not defend his PhD, leadership abilities or political skills. Asked by a foreign journalist why Nigeria, a nation with vast oil wealth, had a military without weapons, Jonathan’s response, “that’s the thing we were told, I was not there,” should make all Nigerians weep. Is that who should be your president? After 16 years, it is a good time to try another party, even if just for the heck of it. If you are not a bigot, completely sold without reason to one party, you have to accept that it is time for
    change.

    • Don_C

      APC today is actually PDP under Obasanjo. If they won, the no other party will ever win.APC is the old cabal and if Goodluck loses, Nigeria is back to square one. Many will not understand it today until it happens

      • Cardinal

        It is better we are back to square one under APC (old cabal) as you call than to remain under Goodluck. How much much were u buying fuel under the so call old cabal? How times did universities and polytechnic went on strike under the old cabal? My brother i prefer this devil (old cabal) i know than this angel (Goodluck) i know not

      • apapo1

        Why would you tie any possible success of APC to Obasanjo, the one whom you all counted as irrelevant, of no political value, irrelevant, and a god-forbidden devil.

      • boliatepa

        So, if APC is PDP, which party is in power?

  • Layinka

    How come Kogi appeared twice? Don’t give room for malpractices….

  • Eze Max-Ejiro

    All what I know is referendum.Any body hwo won should be accepted by the naij masses and let peace rain in dis country .

  • Objective

    My concern is the Buhari lost in the federal capital. I thought constitutionally it is mandatory for an elected president to win the FCT

    • ekunDAYO ADENIRAN

      NO SIR; YOU MUST HAVE GOT IT ALL WRONG! LAWYERS TO OUR RESCUE, PLEASE!

    • Aderonmu Victor Olusegun

      The winner must be the overall winner and must have won in at least 24 states, with FCT inclusive.

  • Objective

    Definitely peace has come to stay in Naija whether her enemies like it or not

    • Happiness Akinbami

      so i pray

  • What does the rule say’s for one be crown the president of the country? Is it that one must win 25% of 2/3 of the 36 states or what?

  • Munirudeen Thabit

    Nigerians are eager to hear the rest of the rresults so as to congratulate the expected winner Gen. Buhari, Bravo for the inecs well done job.

    • Don_C

      Buhari cannot be the winner sorry. He still lost in places he lost in before so whats there to celebrate? Anyone supporting Buhari is simply mentally incapacitated because Buhari has no single project to his name and never built anything call it road or school or something, so why should he even be supported?

  • candosky

    You have been offered the last chance to defect to PDP. After today, we’ll not accept defectors.

  • joseph egumandi

    Buhari is only doing west,north and central while Jonathan is west , north, Central,East and south.

  • Yolanda Dee

    PDP – 2, 324, 734….
    APC – 2, 302, 978….
    PDP leading by count of votes….APC leading by count of states…..

    • agbobu

      BUT THE ALMIGHTY GOD HAS ORDERED, VOX POPULI VOX DEI, BUHARI IS PRESIDENT ELECT AT THE END OF THE DAY AND BUHARI WILL BE SWORN IN AS THE PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA, AT THE END OF MAY 2015. THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN QED

      • Don_C

        It is not the almighty God but the devil that can order for Buhari to win. Buhari is a lazy man who has not worked or done anything to deserve the presidency.When Buhari was a head of state, the country was stagnant and he nver built anything or created any jobs. I and many who understand and believe in hardwork will be surprised if a lazy and stagnant Buhari wins.Tell us one thing Buhari built or achieved as head of state?

      • Idowu Adedoyin Doyen

        AMEN

  • agbobu

    NOT SO SOON THE ALMIGHTY GOD HAS ORDERED, VOX POPULI VOX DEI, BUHARI IS PRESIDENT ELECT AT THE END OF THE DAY AND BUHARI WILL BE SWORN IN AS THE PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA, AT THE END OF MAY 2015. THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN QED

  • Jostech

    I don’t care if PDP or APC win. what matters to me is that, the person that will make Nigeria great should win

    • janet2312

      I don’t Badluck to win because he is too docile for Nigeria

    • Mazi JO

      Ride on man!

  • Ojiyovwi

    I notice that there are quite a lot of ‘Rejected Votes’. We all have to take collective responsibility for this as we have clearly not been successful in preparing voters for this important process. We have to do better next time as we can reflect and inform on the nature of the rejection of votes. We are a nation of mixed abilities and we must aim therefore, to inform those with lesser predisposition to understand the procedures so as to maximise votes next time round. Greetings to my fellow Nigerian. Our ancestors are very pleased at our stage of human development.

  • adenike

    All we want is peace, love and freedom.. they should stop sacrificing d innocent people, give us our right n provides job opportunities for the youth…so I say bye bye to corruption

  • omoniger1

    There is no clear winner yet let us be careful of what we report and our wants.The situation is a bit fragile already.

  • tony mac

    hey presidedent buhari i welcome you to serve us pls dont forget agriculture you promise that should be your first goal .oil is a curse on us we need to stop curruption and go back to aggriculture.we dont want politics as usual we want action

  • Nyika yaBaba

    How are you my Nigerian brother and sisters. Greeting from Zimbabwe. Wish you the best and please show us leadership as you have the biggest population and economy (now).

    • janet2312

      How is our hero over there?

      • Nyika yaBaba

        Ah, overstayed and frail. We are suffering big time.

  • Clement Good-Day

    I don’t see any reason why we should all be insulting ourselves here as this election is all about electing who we want.
    The both contestants are Nigerians.
    GEJ has not done anything to any body to deserve such fowl language.
    GMB has also not done anything wrong to want to contest as the president of Nigeria.
    We Nigerians should just wish the best for the nation and whosoever emerges becomes the next president.
    Please, lets stop giving names as the two people involved are nation builders and not destroyers.
    Thanks

    • Idowu Adedoyin Doyen

      That’s a lie GEJ is a destroyer ….fuck him a million times

  • Sethken

    PDP won in Abuja? Wow! so many lies were peddled online.

  • Sethken

    Could there be a possible runoff? I believe the Nigeria law says: Majority votes plus 25% of the votes in two third of the states. So Buhari has to score 25% of the votes in 24 States plus the popular votes to be declared President-elect. Can anyone please affirm or disavow that I just stated. I need clarity.

  • JOHNSON

    I don’t know, I do not just feel comfortable. Oh God, please help us in this country.

    • janet2312

      Did you run, why the anxiety. The world will not end

  • Ofuma Agali

    Please complete the figures from other parties for Ekiti.

  • Engr Nwanti King

    all i want is God to give Nigeria a good leader because i have vision 2020 too

  • Unekwesylvester

    The scripture made it clear that only a fool says that there’s no God. Brother ur believe sucks n is unheard off. Ok bros. since u have no Creator and that also goes to show that u are omniscient n have control of afore-happenings in ur life. Can u please tell us the day u will die, how u will die,where? n by what way u will die

  • eddy

    Early results from Nigeria’s
    election show little separating the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan, and
    ex-military ruler Muhammadu Buhari.

    With
    eight states and the capital Abuja declared, President Jonathan’s People’s
    Democratic Party (PDP) has a lead of about 20,000 votes.Of the nine regions
    announced, the PDP has taken four, with 2,322,734 votes, and Gen Buhari’s All
    Progressives Congress (APC) taking five, with 2,302,978 votes.

  • Cardinal

    Enugu State election result is questionable, i will advise APC to seek legal means in order to actualize the mandate of the people, likewise those of Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Cross River States. Even though i am very sure GEJ should start making arrangement to move his bagages to Bayelsa, when the result of the remaining states is finally announced.

  • julius justin

    anybody can win but BIAFRA must come

    • janet2312

      NONSENSE. iKEMBA CONTESTED FOR NIGERIAN PRESIDENCY

  • Olabode Omomowo

    According to Machavelli, he said and I quot..the end justifies the mean..that is if you are jubilating bcos PDP is leading now pls be weary that the dogs are not let out yet..let’s make a change as history

  • eddy

    why contesting only the states won by GEJ…???? let us Continue Jare

  • abuasmau

    We are not paying attention to SS and SE.

  • Asiwajuz

    Jonathan finally lost with this three northern states results

  • Kunle O.

    Aboki dem wicked sha!

  • austin

    Buhari need a margin of ten million vote by now given that all states announced so far a core populated north and the returns have been disappointing. so far GEJ doing well. lagos, kano, katsina all gone. so imagine when the one sided results from SS/SE starts coming, the game will be over.

  • udunihu godwill

    be very careful oso ga eme ugbua, bulu bia

  • udunihu godwill

    now or never, beware the eyes of march

  • udunihu godwill

    what shall be the faith of Nigeria? yeye dey smell

  • austin

    GEJ all the way. lagos, kano, katsina and kaduna gone. what is left for GMB. plateau, Anambra,Imo, Ebonyi, Abia, Rivers,Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom, Cross River, and Edo. GEJ is staying put brothers. Congrats sir. the best president

    • kboy024

      The best for what?? i wonder why you Igbos are so selfish and self center set of people, your man is on his way back home, face the fact man,Gej has got nothing to offer this country..so fuck you and your Gej

      • Nyika yaBaba

        I am not a Nigerian, but it’s interesting to read about ‘you Igbos’ (not from you only). Is Nigeria really divided on tribal lines?

        • kboy024

          If you know nothing about Nigeria so why interfering or making judgement??

          • Nyika yaBaba

            Brother/Sister: I am not interefering or judging: I am asking. I would like to know if Nigeria faces the same challenges in terms of ethnic divide as where we come from.

          • kboy024

            Yes,Because we are talking about national development and some of them are talking about ethnic or tribal issues, our country is been blessed with abundant resource but yet many Nigeria lives in 100% poverty,our current president claimed that Nigeria is the best economy in Africa but there are millions of Nigerian jobless,he claimed to have produce agriculture revolution but yet many Nigerians can not afford to eat comfortably 2 times a day,many Nigerians are been killed everyday, no constant electricity despite high cost..so what are we benefiting as a Nigeria but they (Igbos.. still don’t see anything wrong in Nigeria system for a change to emerge…

          • Nyika yaBaba

            Thanks a lot for the explanation. Be blessed

  • Lisa

    I have been following your election in your country closely, for personal reasons. I am happy to see that many are wanting change. It is a shame that many in your country go without even the basics needs for day to day life. I am blessed to live in a country that gives hope and promise.God bless those how went and made there voices and choices heard. You are beautiful people and your country is beautiful. Hold on to your faith and all will be good. God bless you all.

    • janet2312

      Lisa, what are you talking about. Go eat your cheese and go to bed

      • Lisa

        Are you so lame that you are looking at things with your eyes closed. Think about it…

  • eddy

    Quite disappointing, only less about 40% of electorate are deciding the fate of a country like Nigeria!! I am not surprised… who for die when Boko Haram fit come bomb the booth

  • Adekunle

    Pls tell Jega to announce just APC and PDP. Other parties can check their result on LindaIkeji Blogs. No time Abeg. I need to sleep. Wont i go 2 work 2mrwwww??????

  • oludare ishola

    So far so good ……..
    APC: 7,899,632
    PDP: 4,426,106

    • GOOD GOD

      nice…

  • youngfamous

    This is wonderful, am so glad. We are leading so far in 16state by 3465526

    • Ijaru Cecilia

      Who are the “we”?

    • idrix king

      I am confused. .how did you get that please.

  • youngfamous

    We are souls that is crying 4total n absolutely CHANGE

  • MARVEL

    na wow PDP will win buy d grace of GOD

    • youngfamous

      Marvel can’t u see wht is on ground

      • GEJ is getting the 25%…..

        • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

          Article 134 (2) of the Nigerian Constitution stipulates that a presidential candidate will be duly elected after attaining both the highest number of votes cast; and has received at least a quarter of the votes at each of at least two-thirds of all the states and the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja. If no candidate satisfies the requirement, a second election will be held between the two leading candidates within seven days from the pronouncement of the result

          Do you guys even read the constitution before you talk? GEJ is losing by over 3 million votes and GMB and GEJ are tie for number of states (over 25% votes)

          • idrix king

            Loosing by a million from calculations. Wouldn’t mind if u can give me your sum please

          • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

            Add all the numbers on the page for APC and PDP and find which states each candidate has 25%

          • Thanks for going legal. However, from your pointer my description on facts stand – well done, Fashola/Oshiomhole

  • Wisdom

    I just want you all to remark your comments today for tomorrow you will remember today and say,thank God for Goodluck Jonathan because Goodluck is sitting tight to bring unprecedented economical and infrastructural growth and development in this last lap of his tenure in such a degree that we never had it ever

    • janet2312

      What has he been doing all these years?

  • agbobu

    WE THE PEOPLE SAY THAT THE PRESIDENT ELECT IS BUHARI

    • Muno

      Is the court case over?

  • Chidera Christian

    Please 10 minutes are over Mr Jega!

    http://www.believeall.com

  • boye

    Na wao. This 10 minutes break nor dey finish ni?

    • Mazi JO

      Calm down, it is the theory of relativity and our psyche. Don’t let anxiety get the better of you. The election s done and will come to pass. Ten minutes before the final result is the least you can worry about. The burden has since been relieved.

  • Ijaru Cecilia

    How are we sure Jega has not gone to bed??? Or is it 10hrs break??? Hmmm

  • Johnny igho

    Pls update d results na

  • MARVEL

    i can but PDP will win

  • youngfamous

    Say baba……say buhari

  • Emmanuel Madaki Sabastine

    All these display of bitterness will not make Buhari president, take it easy and lets wait for INEC result before you start your baseless insinuations, i hope you remember that the whole result is not yet ready. You think the madness is everywhere?

    • kboy024

      Face the reality man, Your Gej is gone, because has fail the entire Nigeria…. Change is already here…SAI BABA

  • youngfamous

    People wnt change notin more

  • Lawrence Fatoki

    Na wia Jega com go nah?

  • jamiu Olawumi

    What is the figure differences?

  • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

    APC 8520436/14 PDP 6488210/16. APC leading in votes by over 2 million, PDP leading in states by 2 (16 to 14)

    • Muno

      Where did you get the 16 vs 14? 18 states and FCT were announced. I may be wrong so correct me.

      • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

        If you get more than 25% of a state you have that state. So if both get over 25% then they both have met the constitution criteria for the state.

        • Muno

          Oh Thanks

  • Charles Fasoro

    The almighty God will take the total control of the people in Nigeria, May his wish be done

  • BroVic

    Whoever wins is fine by me. I am happy with the general conduct of the elections. Promotion comes from God. He puts down one and sets up another.

  • sammyst

    With my calculation, PDP may still win this election bcos the difference now from my calculation is about 2,500,000 votes that can be canceled easily by PDP votes from Rivers and Delta state. Pls watch out for the last card.

    • Mazi JO

      Did you forget EDO, CROSS RIVER, EBOYI and split votes from KWARA? Come on man. The incumbency has its advantages. Nigerians are not foolish. Why do you think they are voting Peace and Unity? Political maturity is in the air. Breathe and savor it.

  • Davy Crockett

    Why haven’t results come from 80 percent of South South and South Eastern states. Is GEJ trying to save the RIGGING for Last? I suspect foul play.

  • Olusegun Oyewole

    Everyone is now in dilemma… first of it’s kind election in the history of Nigeria !! Hummm we are waiting for the final result

  • Abraham

    I have watched with keen interest the way Nigerians have shown great enthusiasm for both leading parties in this presidential election. How profitable will it be if we can all direct same strength and energy towards serving the Lord?

  • Obitex Augustus

    D INEC should look into dis election properly so it will nt affect we d youth in future

  • Anumah Abdulraheem Okehi

    It is terrifying to see a full grown matured men disgracing themselves in the public.This is just crazy! why must you guys have to abuse yourselves… Oh my God!

  • Emmanuel

    For 25% in 2/3 of the votes cast in 2/3 of the states, Buhari will score that margin in all 19 states in the North and more than 5 states in the Southwest. That is reality.

  • Yemi Akintola

    Its actually obvious who the next president !still counting on inec.

  • Ibekwe Mark Akudinawa

    Yes Inec and his people are doing a great Job Let the Both Party Just Allow Them to Conclude and Publish The Said Vote. check out http://www.9jaeverything.com For More Live News Update Within The Country

  • Bernard John

    I don’t see us growing as a nation if we are still talking about Igbos, Yorubas, etc… What’s wrong with addressing ourselves as Nigerians?

    • Mazi JO

      Don’t mind those brothers. They are the imperialist lackeys. The minions who refused to see a powerful Nation emerging. So myopic that they can never reason that East, West, North and South are cardinal points of imaginary lines. Nigeria is one Nation, one Landscape and one people. Teach this to tribal peddlers. They are the Neanderthals of our times. We know where we come from in Nigeria. It sickens to look at our Country with those eyes all the time.

  • Salihu Ahmadu

    Any tin u labour for no mater wat u will enjoy it but de won u dont labour for is not urs meaning de surfer ness de country is passing through is bcos de Mr président nd his useless wife as no son so dat dey will no de cost of pampas in de market but since dey dont have dat is why dey dis not no de pain of de public people

  • ngak

    We are Nigerians first and tribes next. We all came iut ans cast our votes as led by our conscience. Let the winner emerge. Whoever they are should know that the Nigerian spirit is not dead and if after 4 years they do not perform up to scratch they will be voted out.
    we should forget the lines that divide and focus on what binds us together.
    we are a great narion and should not let ourselvws be our own stumbling block.
    there is a lot of anger and resentment here but the common ground is that we all want progress
    politicians are politicians
    the only way they will perform is when we hold them accountable. This election is a good starting point. Whoever emerges winner will have fought a close battle
    let them know that no party is guaranteed anything. Your actions and posterity will judge you

  • Emeka

    Now the Apc are leading so fare, without the formula 1/4 of 2/3 of all the votes cast, all seems well and the election adjourned best, but when the tide turns can they still hold it to the end or forge to burn the country down with violence?

    Another poor showing of the two parties- more especially the Apc is the call for cancellation of result in states they have poor showing, even in a well known PDP dominated states- Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Cross Rivers, Imo, Enugu and so on. These states may likely give Apc some leads in the state level, not in the presidential election traditionally that’s the case. I guess that PDP took to such call of cancellation cause of ApC reaction in PDP’s strongholds.

  • bright

    IF ONLY JONA OR BUHARI WILL DELIEVER NIGERIA OR LEAD US TO THAT PLACE WE ALL HAS BEEN DREAMING ABOUT, ONE THING I KNOW IS THAT WE ARE A LOT STRONGER TOGETHER, LOOK AT CHINA TODAY, ITS ALL ABOUT POPULATION , IF ONLY THE NORTH WILL CALM DOWN AND STOP THE KILLING, #PEACE#

  • ferdinand utojiuba

    MASSIVE INVALID ARINGI VOTES FROM NORTH

  • Yasin

    Pls where is Jega!!!
    Are we are having another ‘June 12′ stoppage in results announcement. Pls, where is Jega?. It is now 10.52 and he was supposed to have started making announcements at 10.00am. Unusually long Nigerian-time’ factor.
    Not an alarmist, but where is Jega?

  • PeeDee

    IF BUHARI COME, WILL THERE BE STEADY POWER SUPPLY? HONESTLY, THAT IS MY MAIN CONCERN.
    PLEASE DON’T ABUSE ME OH.

  • Johnson

    For the past 4 years Nigeria was without a president. Thank God we are about to have one now

  • Nems Chima Valentine

    It pains me so much reading the insults and abuses being rained down on Igbos. The main reason Nigeria can not dream of being ONE soon is because of all the TRIBAL ABUSES and TRIBALISM that can be seen here. Please all of you carry on, you will make Nigeria a better place! PITIFUL!

  • Fatai Ahmed

    if many of us still cry GEJ is corrupt and can’t fight Corruption, what is the Definition of Corruption when our CORE has RUPTURED??? when we see people as lesser and some as greater, Mans Dominion mandate is not to dominate another, but do all humanly possible to create and enabling environment for the growth of another… if we begin to mark sins, iniquities and faults which tribe or people have not soiled their hands in the nation Nigeria.. We need Re-orient our minds as Nigeria, corruption starts from your immediate home, curb favoritism there, curb other vices in your home before you talk about your head. Charity they said begins from within… Admirers of people’s wives, spoilers people’s daughters, we see evil growing in the society and can’t even play our part and we deem it fit to point fingers at Mr president.
    Ghandi said: BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE. Change in Nigeria doesn’t just start with the leaders, it starts with YOU.
    if we think change, live change, talk change we will see the change, but it takes and internal transformation first to see change….. Let the leader God approves become Mr President.
    We have played our civic part… lets leave the rest to Destiny/fate.. stop the fighting already going on here.

  • Only a fool will want Jonathan to be re-elected. In an ideal society, he was suppose to have resigned since the kidnap of the school girls. useless commander in chief.

    • BROFF

      You are wrong.Only a fool will not want Jonathan to be re-elected. In an ideal society, he is supposed to have been given a landslide victory, considering that he is the best President or Prime Minister Nigeria has ever had; and is not the one that kidnapped the school girls. Excellent commander in chief, that takes the safety of the girls into consideration by avoiding any rash attack.

  • Ebubechi uzo

    President Jonathan is the best president Nigeria has ever produced by all standards since independence. Despite all the distractions, he has demonstrated that he has the brain trust and focus to move Nigeria ahead in all sectors. How can anyone compare Jonathan with Buhari? This is pure regression.

  • Kelebs De Great

    this is interesting, first time to find thing so tough , i like this

  • Kelebs De Great

    its better to wait for the complete result than for ya guys to be procrastinating and predicting unrealistic result, for me let the best man win

  • ALAJI

    GOOD LUCK ONTOP

  • MARVEL

    PDP POWER GOD IS IN CONTROL

  • Thinker

    CARD
    READER! CARD READER!! CARD READER!!! WHILE SOME PEOPLE ARE WAITING FOR
    30 MINUTE, 1HRS OR EVEN MORE TO GET ACCREDITED BY CARD READER. SOME JUST
    SIMPLY VOTE WITH OR WITHOUT CARD READER VERIFICATION EVEN WITHOUT
    INCIDENT FORM. IS THIS A DELIBERATE ATTEMPT NOT TO CREATE A LEVEL GROUND
    FOR THE CONTESTANT? MORE OVER WHILE PEOPLE COMPLAINED B4 NOW AND JEGA
    SAID IT WAS PERFECT. JUST THINKING ALOUD ABOUT THE UNFAIRNESS IN THE SO
    WELL PRAISED FREE AND FAIR ELECTION BY JEGA

  • simkotex

    I sense foul play in Jega’s act o

    • Abraham

      What happened? Pls update us.

  • disqus_Z8gYXHTTYC

    A Nigerian 30 minutes break

  • greetings ventony

    people may die, I don’t care BUT APC for sure………………… PDP rest in peace

    • Muno

      God forgive you for that comment. No one will die, even if they die we do care.

  • Michael Miller Boyle

    in naija, 10mins = 1hr

  • greetings ventony

    INEC be fast please

    • jolaoye adelayo abdu

      My dear, do not be in haste the victory belong to the masses this time,not the government.

      • greetings ventony

        apc all d way

  • greetings ventony

    Sai Buhari………………………..all the way

  • greetings ventony

    GEJ is the result real

  • greetings ventony

    results

    • Mazi JO

      Yeah! Let them sweat for once. Nice depiction indeed. Pols are nearly riding this Nation to dust. It is the Peoples’ season this time around.

  • oludare ishola

    So far so good

    APC: 10,454,137
    PDP: 9,953,432

  • martins ™

    It’s really a shame that in most northern states, underage kids came to vote. In my polling unit where I was the presiding officer, had 7 underage kids, but couldn’t send them away because the card reader identified them and they were accredited. Even my fellow P.O from other zone recorded same issues, some kids even ran away during interrogation

    • jolaoye adelayo abdu

      It is a big shame on on for saying this, and you are no fit to be an ad-hoc officer for election work .Were you not given a number you should contact in such a situation?

  • martins ™

    What exactly is wrong with that prof that announced the result of Rivers state, I mean mehn….the guy be so f-ing high on what I don’t know

  • jolaoye adelayo abdu

    It is now i fully realize the weight of the saying:”masses dictate the way”. May pdp rest in perpetual slumber. I am sensing the spirit of new nationality.

  • tejumade

    It’s 2:30 PM what’s going on I need an update. Thank you

  • Ojiyovwi

    Nigerians are all winners on this day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GEJ and Tinubu has brought us pride. Well done brothers and all the very important sisters in their respective roles in this journey. Our destination is pure joy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! All our ancestors are smiling with us. We are all winners, only that some of us will win more than some of us. Thank you all my fellow Nigerians, whatever your politics in this journey.

  • grateful mortal

    Una too slow ooo to update. Is the typist sleeping?

    • rosemary

      Abeg tell them

  • enobong

    everything is over

    • rosemary

      How

  • Abbey

    Combymax, Where do you reside?

  • enobong

    APC is the winner

  • rosemary

    How come 30 minutes break turn to an hour now my people something is wrong from somewhere

    • enobong

      i wonder

  • enobong

    i wonder oooo

  • jovina

    Our jega ,you are the best man for this job, I love your maturity. And your love for our country Nigeria. I salute your effort.

  • oludare ishola

    APC : 12,008,923
    PDP: 10,450,901

  • ezinne

    This is y we need young literates to take power, imagine how long is taking 2 make this collation. This old ppl come out n take Dz seats cuz they tink is simple n riggable. After 2Day jega will request 1month bed rest.

    • enobong

      hahahahahahahhahahah

    • Abdulhadi Abba

      Lol

  • greetings ventony

    UP APC

  • Jay Jay

    This election is showing Nigeria is still divided between tribalism and Religion. The North will stick to religion and tribe while South East and South South goes with Tribe. South West seems to vote based on what the individual can do. In this election though, I don’t know whether a President that hasn’t done much in the last 8 years as VP and Prez or someone that was a dictator/tyrant and possibly looking to cash in like all other Ex military Presidents will be best. May God help Nigeria.

  • Umar

    nigeria, nigeria, nigeria

    • tejumade

      Who is declared winner?

      • disqus_Z8gYXHTTYC

        USA and their contractors.

  • Abdulhadi Abba

    Up up up The result from INEC

  • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

    The election is practically over, you have to see the numbers from Yobe and Bauchi

  • tejumade

    Who is winning?

    • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

      APC

    • Abdulhadi Abba

      APC mana

    • enobong

      APC

    • disqus_Z8gYXHTTYC

      USA

  • tom tootia

    Nigerians should congratulate themselves on an orderly, peaceful, and credible elections. I hope everyone accepts the result of this election and give recognition to the ordinary election officers who made this a success. This election has set a fantastic precedent for future generations to follow.

    • enobong

      WHAT A GOOD RESULT

    • HatesFaggotNazis

      SHUDDUP FAGGOT.

      • tom tootia

        Monkeyface. Biological mistake.

  • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

    PDP cannot catch up anymore on total votes and 2 more states GMB will win

  • ezinne

    M nt a Fan of GMB but belive me I respect this APC supporters cuz they are strong. PDP supporters expect angels to come from heaven n vote GEJ.

    • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

      The lesson some never learnt is that you cannot be clannish from a small clan and get majority vote on your side, the math is against you. (minority means small numbers)

  • Abdulhadi Abba

    I dont even expect this little gab from Bauchi state at all, what a shame or disgrace

  • Oro Sunnunkun

    change is here….!!!

  • Jeffrey O. Aghahuwa

    It’s all over! the people have spoken. Hurrah to a new Nigeria. A new political mail stone in the history of Nigeria. All hail the president in waiting GMB. 3 Gbozaa! Gbozaa!! Bgozaa!!!

  • SHANABO

    SIMPLE MATH : WINNER = 25% IN AT LEAST 23 STATES PLUS FCT+ HIGHEST VOTES

    • one love

      SHANABO WHO IS READING?

  • Sam

    Sai Buhari

  • one love

    who win plzzzzzz???

  • tejumade

    APC 19 states, PDP 14 states. Sai Buhari.

    • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

      You mean APC 22 PDP 22

  • one love

    WHAT ABOUT 25% IN AT LEAST 23 STATES PLUS FCT+ HIGHEST VOTES ??

    • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

      (25% of states + fct ) and highest

  • one love

    WHO WIN PLEAS?/

  • one love

    WHO WIN PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ?

    • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

      3 more states and we should know

  • lebdotlee

    Dance dance dance

  • AriseNigeria

    This is nothing but a joke that President Jonathan allowed JEGA to play out on the national TV. The election was long rigged to favor Buhari, it’s pathetic that Jonathan allowed this charade to keep unfolding. I hope, he has no plans to hand over power to terrorist elements.

    • basil

      and your evidence is what? Can’t stand sour losers

  • NOW we shall be watching if INEC responsibly apply its own laid down rules and guidelines for declaring a presidential election winner as stipulated by the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The rules are already clear and laid down. What the general public in this nation (and the world at large) will be observing is the application of the latter … http://www.inecnigeria.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/INEC-guidelines-for-election-observation.pdf

    A possible 2nd round is imminent, and should that happen, it will be part and parcel of the of the electoral process. Let everyone of us show our respect and commitment to the electoral processes as laid down by our own constitution.

  • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

    I call it here, GMB has won!!! When Sokoto comes in it will be all over, both parties made 25% of Edo

  • greetings ventony

    I surely believed that my party APC is ahead of this presidential election.

    • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

      Yes, add the numbers the election is practically over

  • greetings ventony

    Kuwa ya so BUHARI…………………………………………Sai APC

  • oludare ishola

    Otoke loading ………

  • oludare ishola

    Otoke Loading …………

  • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

    I will like congratulate APC and GMB on his win (APC will make Sokoto or Borno or both and PDP cannot cover the gap in majority vote with Delta)

  • CONGRATULATIONS. Sai Buhari, Fe Buhari, Love Buhari, March 28, Nigerians Voted Buhari, DESTROYER of
    Maitatsine and Boko Haram and of all Corruption in government, as President of Nigeria.

    • Obugie

      you are reading the results the wrong way or you do not understand how things work?

      Peace

      • Odogwu

        No he is right, Buhari is the president – elect, if you no like am kuku go commit suicide now or go on exile!

        • Obugie

          At least tell the people why you think he is right.
          One other thing, you and your warped are in bad shape if you cannot say something meanining

          Peace

          • Odogwu

            Like I said before, if you are too bitter to accept the wish of Nigerians please follow Jonathan to otuoke and hang yourself in one of the numerous bush there! Take heart ooo nwannem!

          • Obugie

            You seem suicidal. Consult with the nearest psychiatrist before your condition get worse o

            Peace

  • lebdotlee

    Is it time again

  • Chris Israel C

    are both upto the 25% expectation from 23 states

  • Chris Israel C

    good evenin all

  • Odogwu

    What are you guys waiting for to congratulate the odogwu Ndigbo who defied all attacks and stood on the side of truth. Please President Buhari, we need the second Niger bridge urgently. God bless you the peoples tenacious general and Nigeria’s president – elect. God bless you all on this wonderful forum God bless Nigeria! . No victor no vanquished! Ekenekwaam unu! Ndi nwemmadu.

  • Chris Israel C

    Good to meet this group of reasonable men following the matters of their country; an act of patriotism

  • Chris Israel C

    Please are both parties upto the 25% expectation from 23 states

  • oludare ishola

    I cant wait

  • Monmalachi Ogbu

    I think our concern as citizenry should be on the character and antecedents of the personality that will be steering the affairs of the country rather than party affiliations. Its a really good for the citizens, so in 4years if Buhari fails to perform, we will vote out APC if they present him as their presidential candidates.

  • Fashola/Oshiomhole (2015)

    It is officially over APC/GMB has WON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • CHINWE

    UP BUHARI, DOWN JONATHAN, KUDOS MY GENERAL

    • kboy024

      Sure bro…….

  • anthony24g

    I hope Nigeria hold incisive post election sampling of votes cast in every state since data of finger-printing of registered voters are available and where electronic process of authentication was not carried out the electoral officials made to provide good explanations of their records. Nigeria need to move away from the process of cheating, rigging, and falsification of elections. This is because the mentality of corruption if continually grown among Nigerians when these issues are swept away after every election and reflective actions avoided. Correct data is extremely important to successfully manage and grow Nigerian economy for all its citizens.

  • Agoro Femi

    Awesome result……

  • Adebayo

    With results from 35 states and Abuja declared so far by INEC, it is Beyond all reasonable doubt that General Buhari is the next president of Nigeria. GEJ should step up and congratulate the president elect. Congratulations to all Nigerians for peaceful change of government. It was a hard fought victory for GMB. We are sleeping with one eyes closed, lets join hands together and build a stronger nation and fight corruption. Congratulations GMB, congratulations APC!

    • When have you change your name to Jega of INEC office Adebayo to jump into conclusion and document the winner?

      • Adebayo

        Ma’aji Caleb Zonkwa, are you still in doubt that Buhari is the winner? Let us wait, in some hours Jega will confirm this. I will probably add Jega as my middle name after the announcement. Siddon look!

        • In simple term Adbayo,how about the analysis on 25% of 2/3 of Nigeria states including the Federal Capital? Who is President? INEC have to trumps out taking into consideration.

          • Adebayo

            Of course, Buhari will win (has won) 25% of votes cast in 2/3 of Nigeria states including FCT. We have 36 states + FCT making 37, 2/3 of 37 is approximately 25. Seriously, Buhari has won.

          • That is your view. INEC legally have to trump out who is president or the judiciary have to step in

  • Flint David

    Congratulations to Buhari -This is your second time you came to save Nigeria and I wish you the best of luck. I am sure this time you will have 100% success. Please ensure you recover the stolen money from PDP. Don’t forget the poor you represent love’s you and your country Nigeria need you to get the money back and use it to develop your country. You must recover the $20B from NNPC.

  • Rukayat

    I pray God assist buhari if he eventually emerge as number 1 citizen of Nigeria

    • Rukayat by statical analysis base on 25% and 2/3 of state including FCT; i think Buhari really faces a greater reguirment to become Nigeria President. Plus, his educational background for the presidency. However, by acts of God we need to keep our fingers cross awaiting INEC trumpet.

      • Adebayo

        Ma’aji Caleb Zonkwa, with due respect please, let us stop raising any issue about Buhari’s educational qualofication. Buhari ia a former head of state, a former federal commissioner (Minister), an ex-service man that staked his life for the unity of our country. I am not sure if you truly believe that Buhari does not have educational qualification far above school certificate. We should not join the politicians in ridiculing our leaders. We can diagree on issues and even call ourselves names but we should give honour to whom honour is due.

        We are waiting for formal declaration by INEC but from available data it is crystal clear that Buhari is the winner.

      • kboy024

        What will you now do??You keep bringing excuses and don’t want to accept defeat..Change is here already..whether he has certificate or not, he will be our president for the next 4 years..SAI BUHARI,

  • Rukayat

    Buhari buhari buhari,Sai baba

  • Martins Ayodele

    Nigerians have spoken and what more can anyone says. Democracy is the winner and Nigerians are winners. Let us say no to violence and accept the verdict of the people. God bless Nigeria.

  • disqus_Z8gYXHTTYC

    Nigerians have spoken and Nigerians want military rule again. God bless Nigeria.

  • agbobu

    WE CONGRATULATIONS PRESIDENT ELECT BUHARI. WE THANK THE ALMIGHTY GOD FOR THIS GREAT VICTORY. WE MUST BE MAGNANIMOUS IN VICTORY WHILE AT THE SAME TIME, WE MUST BE READY TO STEAM AHEAD FROM DAY ONE. THERE ARE A LOT OF PROBLEMS YOU WILL INHERIT FROM THE TERRIBLE MESS THE OUT GOING ADMINISTRATION PUT NIGERIA. THE SAME THINGS THAT CONFRONTED YOU WHEN YOU TOOK OVER AFTER SHAGARI, NOW EXIST BUT ARE VERY MORE PRONOUNCED NOW. PRESIDENT ELECT WE KNOW THAT YOU WILL BE PREPARED TO LEAD VERY POSITIVELY FROM DAY ONE. WE NEED SANITY, SINCERITY OF PURPOSE, FIRMNESS, ECONOMIC RESTRUCTURING, AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION AND ABOVE ALL LAWS TO STEM AND CHECKMATE OFFICIAL CORRUPTION. CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU AGAIN PRESIDENT ELECT GENERAL BUHARI.

  • Monmalachi Ogbu

    Congrats the iconic hero of our ever growing democracy, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Azikiwe; if not for any other thing, for the fact that you have succeeded in opening our political space which hitherto was shrinked by crooked selfish and selfserving politicians in the ruling party, and most especially for being magnanimous in defeat. I have always told my colleagues that GEJ is genetically different from the crops of the current breeds of politicians parading themselves as messiah for the nation. GEJ is simple, humble, tolerant, devoid of selfish interest, and am pretty sure that if not for the pressure from the self serving sycophants surrounding him, he would have contested for the second term.
    I wish you well sir in all your endeavours as you live to see this country attain that sublime height of your desired dream.

  • Monmalachi Ogbu

    *wouldn’t*

  • ctr54

    this is disappointing. Not one article talking about buhari winning the election on this site

  • CONGRATULATIONS. Sai Buhari, Fe Buhari, Love Buhari, March 28, Nigerians Voted Buhari, DESTROYER of
    Maitatsine and Boko Haram and of all Corruption in government, as President of Nigeria.

  • Salihu Ahmadu

    Allah we thank u for another new coutry u open for us

  • OLADISUN DELANO

    The only thing that is permanent is CHANGE. APC welcome with your change but please let it be continuous process.

  • Job Ben

    Our current President fail simple because he allow our governor Godwill Akpabio to mislead him on our issues of who will be our next governor of Akwa Ibom state by denying the ORO NATION their rightful turn to produce the next governor of Akwa Ibom State. that is God for you Sir

  • kudos for the INEC for the successful work . http://www.fuoye.edu.ng

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