#NigeriaDecides: More Presidential Results From Cross River State

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

More Presidential election results from the State Collation Center, Calabar.

OBUDU

Dr. Eyang Tony Returning Officer

  • Total number of voters: 131, 470
  • Accredited voters: 38, 738
  • APC: 4, 794
  • PDP: 30, 562
  • SDP: 11
  • Valid vote:35, 846
  • Rejected vote: 1, 541
  • Vote cast: 37, 387

CALABAR MUNICIPAL 

Mr. Maxwell Eva Returning Officer

  • Registered voter’s: 163, 969
  • Accredited voters: 36, 901
  • APC: 5, 232
  • PDP: 25, 950
  • SDP: 228
  • Valid vote: 32, 462
  • Rejected votes: 3, 051
  • Votes cast: 35, 513

CALABAR SOUTH

Prof. E. M. Ushie Returning Officer

  • Registered voters: 145, 533
  • Accredited voters: 32, 015
  • APC: 6, 196
  • PDP: 20, 933
  • SDP: 330
  • Valid votes: 28, 312
  • Rejected votes: 260
  • Vote cast: 30, 916

OBUBRA

Prof. Ajayi Omo Returning Officer

  • Registered votes: 85, 405
  • Accredited vote: 14, 891
  • APC: 5, 385
  • PDP: 8, 224
  • SDP: 51
  • Valid vote: 13, 975
  • Rejected vote: 916
  • Votes cast: 14, 891

OGOJA

Prof. Paulinus Sunday Returning Officer

  • Registered votes: 82, 642
  • Accredited vote: 31, 455
  • APC: 5, 541
  • PDP: 22, 963
  • SDP: 14
  • Valid vote: 2, 900
  • Vote rejected: 2, 455
  • Vote cast: 31, 455

AKAMKPA

Prof. Christopher Iklaki Returning Officer

  • Registered vote: 89, 779
  • Accredited vote: 27, 576
  • APC: 6, 226
  • PDP: 19, 678
  • SDP: 35
  • Valid vote: 26, 371
  • Votes rejected: 1, 208
  • Vote cast: 27, 576

BIASE

Prof. Elemi John Returning Officer

  • Registered votes: 70, 883
  • Accredited vote: 21, 668
  • APC: 7, 489
  • PDP: 12, 783
  • SDP: 13
  • Valid vote: 20, 549
  • Vote rejected: 638
  • Vote cast: 21, 187

ABI

Prof. David Ogar Returning Officer

  • Registered vote: 56, 596
  • Accredited vote: 27, 879
  • APC: 12, 033
  • PDP: 12, 648
  • SDP: 61
  • Valid vote: 24, 974
  • Rejected vote: 907
  • Vote cast: 25, 881

Pictures from the State Collation Center.

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