As it stands presently, the margin of vote between APC and PDP has widened further as Buhari records more wins.
The balance is slowly tilting towards the favour of APC as INEC release more results from the concluded presidential election.
The collation of results resumed this morning with APC winning 7 states out of the 12 that was already announced (including FCT), and leading with 286,105 votes.
As it stands presently, the margin of vote between APC and PDP has widened further as Buhari records more wins in 3 states, leaving Atiku with 3 states as well.
APC garnered additional 3,177,159 votes from Niger, Jigawa, and Kaduna, bringing it to a combined total of 6,153,880 votes in the 10 states that Buhari has won.
PDP in the other hand added more 2,459,253 votes from Anambra, Oyo and Adamawa, which rounds it up at a total of 5,149,869 votes in the 8 states that Atiku has won.
Buhari is currently leading Atiku with 1,004,011 votes from the 18 states already announced by INEC before they went on recess Tuesday afternoon.
The election result collation will continue when INEC returns from recess later today.
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