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Bagudu, Mallami, Kaura Win Their Polling Units For Tinubu



The Kebbi State Governor Senator Atiku Abubakar Bagudu, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation and APC Governorship candidate Dr Nasir Idris have delivered their polling units to Ahmed Bola Tinubu.

Declaring the three results at their various polling units in the Birnin Kebbi environ, our correspondent who monitored the results said that at the Bagudu main Alelu polling unit presidential result APC score 152 while PDP score 73, Senate APC score 168 while PDP 63 House of Representatives APC 131 while PDP as 51.

However, In the Minister of Justice rumafar na Gambo (063) polling unit for
Presidential candidates NNPP = 11
PDP = 57, APC = 113, Senate, PDP =59
APC =112 and at the APC Governorship candidate Nagari pollings president APC 351 PDP 242 senate APC 368 PDP 261 and House of Representatives APC 353 PDP 216.

Addressing journalists shortly after casting his vote the minister of justice and attorney general of the federation, Abubakar Chika Malami who casted his vote at his polling unit 063 Garkar Nagambo area in Birnin Kebbi around 1pm. Commended the efforts of the security agencies, INEC for conducting peaceful and credible elections.

“you see what is being witnessed today is the promise kept by mister president Muhammadu Buhari that on the 25th of February, 2023 , Nigeria will mark another beginning of democratic consolidation as earlier pledged by mister President” he said.

Malami who described the conduct of the polls as peaceful commended INEC for the conduct saying at the of end of the day free fair, credible and acceptable elections is expected “mister president has pledged a free, fair and credible elections in Nigeria and that is what Nigerians would get and is also a promise kept by Buhari to deepen Nigeria’s democratic through transparent polls as being witnessed today.

Similarly, the governorship candidate of the ruling All progressives Dr Nasir Idris cast his vote at his polling unit of Nagari college in Birnin Kebbi around 1.15 with a call for free ,fair and credible elections.

According to him, the election began behind the schedule time but is relatively peaceful, he tasked INEC to be neutral even with the new technology “we expect the electoral umpire to be neutral despite the new technology, he thanked voters for defying the sun to vote.

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