The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) conducted governorship elections in twenty-eight states across the country.
INEC announced winners from twenty-six states, while the governorship election in Kebbi and Adamawa State were declared inconclusive by the electoral body.
Political parties like the All Progressives Congress (APC), Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) and the Labour Party (LP) produced one or more governor-elect.
According to the declaration by INEC, APC won fifteen states, PDP won nine states, while NNPP and LP both grabbed a state.
Meanwhile, this article shows the rating of the governor-elects based on the votes recorded in their states during the governorship election.
The governorship candidate of the NNPP in Kano State, Abba Kabir Yusuf had the highest number cote during the electoral process.
Below is the list:
1. Yusuf Abba (Kano): 1,019,603
2. Dikko Radda (Katsina): 859,892
3. Babajide Sanwo-Olu (Lagos): 762,134
4. Uba Sani (Kaduna): 730,002
5. Namadi Umar (Jigawa): 618,449
6. Seyi Makinde (Oyo): 563,756
7. Babagana Zulum (Borno): 544,542
8. Caleb Mutfwang (Plateau): 525,2999
9. Muhammad Bala (Bauchi): 525,280
10. Alia Hyacinth (Benue): 473,933
11. Muhammad Baggo (Niger): 469,896
12. Aliyu Ahmed (Sokoto): 453,661
13. Dauda Lawal (Zamfara): 377,726
14. Oborevwori Sheriff (Delta): 360,234
15. Uno Eno (A/Ibom): 354,357
16. Abdullah Sule (Nasarawa): 347,209
17. Yahaya M’hod (Gombe): 342,831
18. Mai Buni (Yobe): 317,113
19. Siminialayi Fubara (Rivers): 302,614
20. Dapo Abiodun (Ogun): 276,298
21. Abdul-Rasaq Abdulrahman (Kwara): 273,424
22. Bassey Otu (C/river): 258,619
23. Kafas Ogbu (Taraba): 257,926
24. Francis Nwifuru (Ebonyi): 199,131
25. Alex Otti (Abia): 175,466
26. Peter Mbah (Enugu): 160,895
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