Nigerian House Representatives Election 2019 Voting Live
Nigerian House of Representatives Election 2019 Voting Live
Nigerian General Election Dates 2019
Nigerian General Election Date: 23 Feb 2019
The current House of Representatives, formed following elections held in April 2015, has a total of 360 members who are elected in single-member constituencies using the simple majority (or first-past-the-post) system. Members serve four-year terms. The Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives is the presiding officer of the house.
Nigerian General Election Voting Live 2019
1. Nigerian General election will be held on 23 Feb 2019.
2. EU observer mission arrives Nigeria for 2019 general election.
3. Facebook not taking foreign political ads ahead of Nigeria's general election.
4. INEC releases the final list of candidates for 2019 general elections.
The electoral system of Nigeria
House of Representatives (Nigeria) – Wikipedia
Nigerian Parties and leaders
Incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari was selected as the All Progressives Congress candidate in the party primaries held on 29 September 2018.
Other declared candidates are:
- Atiku Abubakar, former vice president, is the PDP Presidential Candidate.
- Chike Ukaegbu, the founder of Startup52, is the presidential candidate of AAP.
- Donald Duke, a former governor of Cross Rivers State, is the presidential candidate of the SDP.
- Fela Durotoye, member of Alliance for New Nigeria.
- Oby Ezekwesili, former Minister of Education and leader of the Bring Back Our Girls campaign.
- Tope Fasua, founder and National Chairman of the Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party.
- Rabiu Kwankwaso, former governor of Kano State.
- Sule Lamido, a former governor of Jigawa State.
- Ahmed Makarfi, former chairman of the People's Democratic Party National Caretaker Committee.
- Obadiah Mailafia, former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and candidate of the African Democratic Congress.
- Kingsley Moghalu, former Deputy Governor of the CBN and Professor of Practice at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
- Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim, oil business mogul and presidential candidate for the Peoples Trust.
- Remi Sonaiya, member of the KOWA Party and former university lecturer.
- Omoyele Sowore, human rights activist, a pro-democracy campaigner, and publisher of news website Sahara Reporters.
- Kabiru Tanimu Turaki, former Minister of Special Duties.
Nigerian past election results
|Muhammadu Buhari||All Progressives Congress||15,424,921||53.96|
|Goodluck Jonathan||People's Democratic Party||12,853,162||44.96|
|Adebayo Ayeni||African Peoples Alliance||53,537||0.19|
|Ganiyu Galadima||Allied Congress Party of Nigeria||40,311||0.14|
|Sam Eke||Citizens Popular Party||36,300||0.13|
|Rufus Salau||Alliance for Democracy||30,673||0.11|
|Mani Ahmad||African Democratic Congress||29,665||0.10|
|Allagoa Chinedu||Peoples Party of Nigeria||24,475||0.09|
|Martin Onovo||National Conscience Party||24,455||0.09|
|Tunde Anifowose-Kelani||Accord Alliance||22,125||0.08|
|Chekwas Okorie||United Progressive Party||18,220||0.06|
|Comfort Sonaiya||KOWA Party||13,076||0.05|
|Godson Okoye||United Democratic Party||9,208||0.03|
|Ambrose Albert Owuru||Hope Party||7,435||0.03|