INEC releases results in four of six Area Councils in FCT; Buhari wins 3

The results of the elections held on Saturday has been received from four of the six area councils in the Federal Capital Territory.

The results brought in at the Independent National Electoral Commission collation centre at Area 3 Primary School are those of Abaji, Kwali, Gwagwalada and Kuje.

Detailed of the results as at 9 p.m. on Sunday showed that the All Progressive Congress won in three of the four councils – Abaji, Gwagwalada and Kwali, while the Peoples Democratic Party won in Kuje Area Council

Details of the results showed that in Abaji, the APC polled 9,840 votes, against the PDP’s 8,799; Kwali, APC 14,645, PDP’s 13,610, and Gwagwalada APC 25,476 and PDP 20,475.

PDP polled 17,354 votes in Kuje Area Councul against APC’s 15,101.

The results for the Bwari and Abuja Municipal Area Council were being awaited at the time of this report.

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