The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has announced Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar of the All Progressives Congress, APC, as the winner of the governorship election.

Declaring the result, the returning officer of the governorship election, Prof. Azubike Sunny Nwanko, Provost, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna announced Muhammad Badaru as the winner with the total of 810,933 votes.

The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Aminu Ibrahim Ringim scored 288,356 and while the Candidate of the Social Democratic Party, SDP, Bashir Adamu Jumbo scored 32894 votes.

He explained that out of 2109477 registered voters, 1169925 were accredited and the total of 1163206 votes were casted, while 24152 votes were rejected votes.

Below is the result.

Gagarawa LG
APC 15,565
PDP 8,411

Auyo LG
APC 27,771
PDP 7,879

Kazaure LG
APC 22,074
PDP 3,216

Taura LG
APC 32,735
PDP 11,417

Hadejia LG
APC 27,242
PDP 4,399

Miga LG
APC 22,746
PDP 9,269

Jahun LG
APC 41,937
PDP 16,119

Garki LG
APC 33674
PDP 15,147

Malam Madori LG
APC 27,616
PDP 7,397

Kaugama LG
APC 26,025
PDP 7,382

Sule Tankarkar LG
APC 32,154
PDP 12,543

Dutse LG
APC 43,165
PDP 15,108

Babura LG
APC 43,601
PDP 7,131

Kiyawa LG
APC 36255
PDP 12,866

Kiri kasamma LG
APC 26,388
PDP 9,333

Yankwashi LG
APC 11,880
PDP 5,677

Ringim LG
APC 41,481
PDP 28,035

Roni LG
APC 19,516
PDP 5,013

Gwaram LG
APC 58,210
PDP 12,227

Birniwa LG
APC 24,993
PDP 12,227

Kafin Hausa LG
APC 38,989
PDP 10,133

Birnin Kudu LG
APC 48,401
PDP 22,777

Maigatari LG
APC 26,123
PDP 12,494

Buji LG
APC 21,406
PDP 9,389

Guri LG
APC 20,953
PDP 7,389

Gwiwa LG
APC 24,953
PDP 7746

Gumel LG
APC 15,800
PDP 5,298

The two major candidates were in smiler battle in 2015 and Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar get 648,046 votes against Aminu Ringim who scored 479,447 votes.

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