Jonathan wins Bayelsa by landslide

President Goodluck Jonathan has won the presidential election in his home state of Bayelsa, by a landslide.
He thrashed his closest challenger, Muhammadu Buhari, of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

Mr. Jonathan won in all eight local government areas of the state, according to results announced Monday by Joseph Ajinka, a professor and vice chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt, who is the state’s Collation Officer.
Details of the presidential election results in Bayelsa State:


Total valid votes cast: 21, 070
PDP 20,633; APC 402


Total valid votes cast: 31,600
PDP 30,950, APC 557


Total valid votes: 61,507
PDP 61,012 APC 374


Total valid votes cast; 47,973
PDP 45, 429, APC 462


Total valid votes cast: 51,292
PDP 50,754, APC 214


Total valid votes cast: 41,661
PDP 41,221, APC361


Total valid votes cast: 33,342
PDP 31,312, APC 1,968

Southern Ijaw:

Total valid votes cast: 81,209
PDP 78,898, APC 856

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