Saturday at the Presidential Villa in Asokoro, Abuja, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, defeated the candidates of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, and the major opposition Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar.
Obi received the most votes cast for presidential candidates across all twelve voting stations observed by our correspondent at the Presidential House in Asokoro, Abuja on Saturday.
At polling unit 124 in the Presidential House, City Centre, FCT, with a total of six registered voters and four votes cast, the Liberal Party received two votes, the Peoples Democratic Party received two votes, and the ruling All Progressives Congress received zero votes; there was no invalid vote.
Additionally in polling unit 125 at the Presidential Villa, City Centre, FCT, with a total of 27 registered voters and a total of 14 votes cast, the LP received 10 votes, the PDP received one vote, and the APC received one vote, while two votes were deemed invalid.
At polling unit 130 in Presidential House, City Centre, FCT, LP received 113 votes, APC 26, PDP 25, NNPP 1 vote, A Party 2 votes, ZLP 1 vote, Boot Party 1 vote, and 5 votes were ruled invalid.
Furthermore, at polling unit 121, LP received 58 votes, APC 31, and PDP 32. In PU 131, LP had 17 points, APC had six, and PDP had three.
At the largest polling station at the presidential villa, PU 021, LP received 194 votes, APC 94 votes, and PDP 70 votes. And at polling unit 022, LP received 174 votes, APC 71 votes, and PDP 78 votes.
At polling unit 122, LP received 105 votes, APC 29 votes, and PDP 16 votes. At PU 123, LP earned a grade of 86, APC 44, and PDP 21.
At polling unit 128, LP received 12 votes, APC received 1 vote, and PDP received zero votes. At PU 126, the LP scored 42 points, the APC 11 points, and the PDP 12 points. At PU 06, the LP received eight votes, the APC received five, and the PDP received two.