LIVE: Calabar Municipal, Etung And Ogoja LGA Result, More Arriving

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Calabar Municipality LGA

Prof. Francisca Bassey, Returning Officer.

  • Registered Voters – 166,066
  • Accredited Voters – 24,953
  • PDP 15,524
  • APC 7,703
  • SDP 465
  • Valid Votes 24,212
  • Rejected Votes 635
  • Total Votes 24,847

 

Ogoja LGA

Reverend Father Julius Adah, Returning Officer.

  • Registered Voters – 89, 734
  • Accredited Voters – 38, 734
  • PDP 28,798
  • APC 7,466
  • SDP 408
  • Valid Votes 36, 935
  • Rejected Votes 642
  • Total Votes Cast 37,  577

Etung LGA

Dr. Raphael Offiong, Returning Officer

  • Registered Voters 29,853
  • Accredited Voters 10,910
  • PDP 6,282
  • APC 3,892
  • SDP 46
  • Valid Votes 10, 309
  • Rejected Votes 444
  • Total Votes Cast 10, 753

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