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Votes won by all 73 presidential candidates in 2019 election

President Muhammadu Buhari has won a second term to remain in the Presidential Villa till 2023

In an election that had a total of 73 candidates, Buhari won 15,191,847 of the total votes cast while his closest opponent, Atiku Abubakar, gained 11,262,978 votes, an astonishing victory margin of 3,928,869 votes.

Felix Nicholas of the Peoples Coalition Party (PCP) came a distant third with a total of 110,196 votes.

Despite the fact that some of the candidates had dropped out of the race before the election took place on Saturday, February 23, they still snagged a few thousand votes in the final tally.

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Here's how all the candidates in the 2019 presidential election performed:

1.  Isaac Ositelu (A) - 19,209

2.  AbdulRashid Baba (AA) - 14,380

3.  Omoyele Sowore (AAC) - 33,953

4.  Chike Ukaegbu (AAP) - 8,902

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5.  Shipi Godia (ABP) - 4,523

6.  Nwokeafor Ikechukwu (ACD) - 11,325

7.  Obiageli Ezekwesili (ACPN) - 7,223

8.  Obadiah Mailafia (ADC) - 97,874

9.  Yusuf Yabaji (ADP) - 54,930

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10. Nwachukwu Nwabuikwu (AGA) - 4,689

11. Umenwa Godwin (AGAP) - 3,071

12. Yusufu Obaje (ANDP) - 3,104

13. Fela Durotoye (ANN) - 16,779

14. Shittu Moshood (ANP) - 3,586

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15. Tope Fasua (ANRP) - 4,340

16. Aliyu Ibrahim (APA) - 36,866

17. Muhammadu Buhari (APC) - 15,191,847

18. Shittu Mohammed (APDA) - 26,558

19. John Gbor (APGA) - 66,851

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20. Mamman Yusuf (APM) - 26,039

21. Obinna Ikeagwuonu (APP) - 3,585

22. John Dara (ASD) - 2,146

23. Angela Johnson (AUN) - 1,092

24. David Ize-Iyamu (BNPP) - 1,649

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25. Geff Ojinika Chizee (C4C) - 2,391

26. Lewis Abah (CAP) - 1,111

27. Emmanuel Etim (CNP) - 1,874

28. Frank Ukonga (DA) - 2,769

29. Awosola Olusola (DPC) - 5,242

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30. Felix Osakwe (DPP) - 14,483

31. John Onwubuya (FJP) - 4,174

32. Chris Okotie (FRESH) - 4,554

33. Davidson Akhimien (GDPN) - 41,852

34. Samuel Eke (GPN) - 4,924

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35. Albert Owuru (HDP) - 1,663

36. Nnamdi Madu (ID) - 1,845

37. Sunday Chukwu-Eguzolugo (JMPP) - 1,853

38. Adesina Fagbenro-Byron (KP) - 1,911

39. Kriz David (LM) - 1,438

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40. Usman Muhammed (LP) - 5,074

41. Olufunmilayo Adesanya-Davies (MAJA) - 2,651

42. Isah Bashayi (MMN) - 14,540

43. Hamisu Santuraki (MPN) - 2,752

44. Rabia Hassan (NAC) - 2,279

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45. Babatunde Ademola (NCMP) - 1,378

46. Yunusa Salisu (NCP) - 1,378

47. Johnson Edosomwan (NDCP) - 1,192

48. Robinson Akpua (NDLP) - 1,588

49. Paul Ishaka (NEPP) - 1,524

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50. Asukwo Archibong (NFD) - 4,096

51. Eunice Atuejide (NIP) - 2,248

52. Ike Keke (NNPP) - 6,111

53. Maimuna Maina (NPC) - 10,081

54. Usman Ibrahim (NRM) - 6,229

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55. Moses Ajibiowu (NUP) - 5,323

56. Felix Nicholas (PCP) - 110,196

57. Atiku Abubakar (PDP) - 11,262,978

58. Peter Ameh (PPA) - 21,822

59. Victor Okhai (PPC) - 8,979

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60. Hamza Al-Mustapha (PPN) - 4,622

61. Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim (PT) - 2,613

62. Israel Nonyerem Davidson (RAP) - 2,972

63. Chukwudi Osuala (RBNP) - 1,792

64. Nseobong Nsehe (RP) - 2,388

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65. Donald Duke (SDP) - 34,746

66. Thomas Da-Silva (SNC) - 28,680

67. Ahmed Buhari (SNP) - 3,941

68. Isiaka Balogun (UDP) - 3,170

69. Mark Emmanuel (UP) - 1,561

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70. Ahmed Inwa (UPN) - 1,631

71. Nwangwu Uchenna (WTPN) - 732 

72. Ali Soyode (YES) - 2,394

73. Kingsley Moghalu (YPP) - 21,886

Registered voters - 82,344,107

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Accredited voters - 29,364,209

Votes cast - 28,614,190

Valid votes - 27,324,583

Rejected votes - 1,289,607

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