#CrossRiverDecides: Ikom Result As Centre Goes On 30 Minutes Break

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

More result from the Cross River State Collation Centre in INEC Head office Calabar

Ikom LGA

Returning Officer, John Ogabor

  •  Registered voters: 105, 769
  • Accredited voters: 28, 484
  • APC: 10, 049
  • PDP: 16, 862
  • SDP: 180
  • Valid votes: 27, 487
  • Rejected votes: 997
  • Votes cast: 28, 484

The Centre has gone on 30 minute break to wait for more results after taking 5 LGA’s.

 

 

 

 

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