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The Figures so far: Jonathan, 21,207,191 million...Buhari, 10,759,826 million

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 ABUJA, April 17 (Reuters) - Below is a table of the latest available results from states around Nigeria from Saturday's presidential elections.





The figures show the number of votes won by the main candidates in each state. There are 36 states plus Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).





Results are still awaited from one state and for some candidates. The Independent National Electoral Commission has yet to centrally confirm all of the figures, which may mean slight adjustments to some numbers.






STATE PDP CPC ACN ANPP
ABIA
1,175,984 3,743 4,392 1,455
ADAMAWA
508,314 344,526 32,786 n/a
AKWA-IBOM
1,165,629 5,348 54,148 2,000
ANAMBRA
1,145,169 4,223 3,537 975
BAUCHI
258,404 1,315,209 16,674 8,777
BAYELSA
504,811 691 370 136
BENUE
694,776 109,680 223,007 8,592
BORNO
207,075 909,763 n/a n/a
CROSS RIVER*
605,057 3,715 4,808 2,314
DELTA
1,378,851 8,960 13,110 2,746
EBONYI
480,592 1,025 1,112 14,296
EDO
542,173 17,795 54,242 2,174
EKITI
185,009 2,689 116,981 1,482
ENUGU
802,144 3,753 1,755 1,111
FCT
253,444 131,576 2,327 3,170
GOMBE
290,376 495,898 n/a n/a
IMO
1,381,357 7,591 14,821 2,520
JIGAWA
491,252 663,994 17,353 7,676
KADUNA
1,190,179 1,334,244 11,278 17,301
KANO
440,666 1,624,543 42,353 526,310
KATSINA
428,392 1,163,919 10,945 6,342
KEBBI
369,198 501,453 n/a n/a
KOGI
399,816 132,201 6,516 16,491
KWARA
268,243 83,603 52,432 1,672
LAGOS
1,281,688 189,983 427,203 8,941
NASARAWA
408,997 278,390 1,204 1,047
NIGER
321,429 652,574 13,344 7,138
OGUN
309,177 17,654 199,555 2,969
ONDO
387,376 11,890 74,253 6,741
OSUN
188,409 6,997 299,711 3,617
OYO
484,758 92,396 252,240 7,156
PLATEAU
1,029,865 356,551 10,181 5,235
RIVERS
1,817,762 13,182 16,382 1,449
SOKOTO
309,057 540,769 20,144 5,063
YOBE
117,128 337,537 6,069 143,179
ZAMFARA 238,180 624,515 17,970 46,554
TOTAL
22,060,737 11,992,580 2,023,203 866,629

   CANDIDATES AND PARTIES 


      PDP - Goodluck Jonathan (People's Democratic Party) 


      CPC - Muhammadu Buhari (Congress for Progressive Change) 


      ACN - Nuhu Ribadu (Action Congress of Nigeria) 


      ANPP - Ibrahim Shekarau (All Nigeria Peoples Party) 


      * Results for Cross Rivers are for 17 of 18 local government areas (LGAs). The count from the final LGA     is being brought by canoe from a remote and rugged region. 


      Courtesy Reuters