#NigeriaDecides DAY TWO – Early results roll in (Live Update)

March 29th, 2015 (12:00 am) – EKITI
The collation of election result was almost marred on Saturday as corps members had to resort to use their telephone light to collate results of the Presidential and National Assembly elections.

At the collation of result at Salvation Army Middle School,there was no electricity supply to the school as at 11:30 pm when the collation was ongoing 

Some of the ad hoc staff of the Independent National Electoral Commission complained that they were not taken care of, saying they had not eaten anything since morning.

Some of the corps members threatened to beat Channels Television crew – Bose Sodiq and Oloyede Oyegbenle. 

They also threatened to smash the camera of the TV station for daring to record them while collating the result in the dark.

It took the intervention of some other journalists before the irate corps members were pacified.

March 28th, 2015 (11:20pm) – EKITI
Kamar, Ekiti: Peoples Democratic Party has won Dallimore
Ward 009 in Ado Ekiti.

Presidential election: PDP 3503, APC 2062
Senate: PDP 3537, APC 1888
Rep: PDP 3338, APC 1770

Northern foreshore estate, Lekki (10:32pm)

Pdp. 171.
Apc. 340

House or reps
APC 262
Pdp 148

PDP 178
APC 306
Polling unit 041, Ojo Road, Ajeromi Ifelodun  (10:12pm)
Accredited voters 196
Registered voters 675
Successful processed by card reader: 185
PDP 124
APC 70
AA 1
PDP 127
APC 68
Void 4
House of Rep
PDP 119
APC 66
March 28th, 2015 (10:10pm) – Abuja 

Buhari wins at Abuja Barracks
Out of the 717 registered voters in the unit, APC polled 280 votes while its closest rival, the Peoples Democratic Party polled 213 votes.

March 28th, 2015 (10:00pm) – Lagos
Bode George loses polling unit to APC, PDP scored 108, while the APC pulled 109.
March 28th, 2015 (9:55pm) – Abuja
APC defeats PDP at the two polling units located within the Presidential Villa
March 28th, 2015 (9:35pm) – Ondo
Violence erupts at Stella Maris collation, Ondo South
Senatorial District
March 28th, 2015 (9:33pm) – Abuja
The All Progressives Congress won the polling unit of former President Olusegun Obasanjo in the Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, beating the ex-president’s former party, the Peoples Democratic Party, to the second place.

At the Ward 11, Unit 2, Shokori, Abeokuta North Local Government Area of Ogun State polling unit, the APC polled 100 votes in the presidential poll, while the PDP got 16.
In the Senatorial election, the APC got 93 votes, while the PDP got eight votes.
The Social Democratic Party got 15 votes while the Peoples Party of Nigeria got two.
The majority votes for the House of Representatives also went to the APC, which polled 98 votes while the PDP got eight.
The SDP got 12..

March 28th, 2015 (8:33pm) Abuja

March 28th, 2015 (7:53pm) 
A Special Assistant on New Media, Reno Omokri, is urging Nigerians to avoid “false expectation”. “Learn from 2011,” he tweeted. “Avoid the crisis of false expectations. ONLY @inecnigeria is empowered to announce results. Wait for them #Nigeriadecides

March 28th, 2015 (7:50pm) Abuja
AP plaza polling unit
PU 37/06/04/180


March 28th, 2015 (7:43pm) – ABUJA
Abuja Polling Unit 017 in Life Camp, Abuja. Voting has been concluded but counting could not continue because of darkness. But a patriotic voter volunteered his generator. Lighting has been set up and ballot sorting underway.

March 28th, 2015  (7:30pm) – SOKOTO

March 28th, 2015  (7:30pm) – EKITI

March 28th, 2015  (7:30pm) – LAGOS
At Polling Unit 047, Alausa, Ikeja, where Mr. Tinubu voted. President APC – 180 PDP – 55 Senate APC – 181 PDP – 53 Reps APC – 178 PDP – 53

March 28th, 2015 (6:30pm) – EKITI
Ward 009 Unit 009 Ado Ekiti
PDP 140 APC 59
PDP 135 APC 67
PDP 138 APC 61

March 28th, 2015 (6:30pm) – LAGOS
Results are out at Polling Unit 008 Epetedo, Igbosere Street, in Lagos Island President Apc 62 Pdp 61 SenateApc 70 Pdp 52 Reps Apc 61 Pdp 52 Chants of ‘Sai Buhari’ rents the air.

March 28th, 2015 (6:50pm) – IBADAN

Result at Unit 32, Ward 2 Ibadan South West LGA House of Reps APC- 23; LP- 9; ACD- 3; PDP- 9; Accord- 20; AD-2; null and void- 6 Senate Accord- 25; PDP- 8; Labour- 8; APC- 25; null and void- 6 Presidency APC- 39; UPP- 1; AD-3; AA-1; ACPN- 4; PDP- 19

March 28th, 2015 (6:11pm) - KANO

March 28th, 2015 (6:00pm) - KADUNA

If you were not able to vote yesterday, we advise you do so on Sunday.

This new Live Update thread is dedicated to our second day of the coverage of voting in the ongoing presidential and National Assembly elections, most especially as early results are beginning to roll in from the different polling centres nationwide.

We deeply appreciate everyone who participated in information gathering and sent in reports, pictures and videos from various polling units nationwide.

We believe election results announced at polling units are authentic and documenting them could help put officials and politicians in check. So, let us all contribute to documenting proceedings at our polling units.