BREAKING NEWS . Mr. Jonathan called Mr. Buhari to concede.

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President Goodluck Jonathan has called his rival, Muhammadu Buhari, to concede the election, a Buhari adviser and other officials said, after election results on Tuesday showed Buhari with an insurmountable lead.

The Independent National Electoral Commission had not announced a winner as of Tuesday evening, though with only one state's results remaining, Buhari led Jonathan by nearly 2 million votes.

The result marks the first time in Nigeria's history that an incumbent president was ousted at the ballot box and also heralds the end of a 16-year rule of Jonathan's Peoples Democratic Party.

African orbit  has just received most current details of the March 28 Elections  and we Project  Buhari As President-Elect. All things being equal , Buhari is projected as the  president-Elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Our projection is based on actual results.

 3/31/2015

Gen Buhari: 14.2m votes;

Passed 25% threshold in 24 states

Mr Jonathan: 11.4m votes;

Passed 25% threshold in 24 states

Results from 33 states + Abuja

Candidates needs 25% in 24 states for first-round victory

 

March  30/ 2015

 


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