ATIKU Defeats Tinubu In Buhari’s Home State, Katsina

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has defeated his main rival Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Katsina State.

The result was announced by Muazu Abubakar, the Katsina State Returning Officer.

Katsina is the home state of President Muhammadu Buhari, a member of the APC. It is also the home state of the APC vice presidential place holder, Ibrahim Masari.

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Mr Abubakar said Atiku polled a total vote of 489,045 ahead of Mr Tinubu who got 482, 283 making a difference of 6,762. Rabiu Kwankwaso of New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) got 69,386 votes.

Although Mr Tinubu won in 21 local government areas, Atiku, who won in 13 areas went ahead to defeat the APC candidate. The state has 34 local government areas.

Although the former governor of Lagos State won in Daura, Kafur and Dutsi local government areas where Messrs Buhari, Masari and Aviation Minister, Hadi Sirika, hail from, it was not enough to secure victory over Atiku in the state.

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Mr Buhari (Daura), that of the state governor, Aminu Masari (Kafur) and minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika (Dutsi), Mr Tinubu failed to win the state.

Atiku, an indigene of Adamawa State, had repeatedly referred to Katsina State as his second home because of his relationship with the late Shehu Yar’adu’a, a retired major general, who introduced him to politics.

In Katsina metropolis, where Mr Yar’adua hailed from, Atiku got 45,390 while Mr Tinubu got 15, 953.

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Below is the breakdown of the votes for APC and PDP according to local government areas:

MATAZU LGA

APC – 12008

PDP – 9644

KAITA LGA

APC: 14,595

PDP: 11,793

MUSAWA LGA

APC- 14,360

PDP- 10603

INGAWA LGA

APC- 12,315

PDP- 12,152

CHARANCI LGA

APC- 12,779

PDP- 8020

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DUTSI LGA

APC- 9258

PDP- 8074

BATSARI LGA

APC 7,017

PDP 8,889

SANDAMU LGA

APC – 13681

PDP – 10434

ƊANDUME LGA

APC – 15062

PDP – 10718

MASHI LGA

APC – 12868

PDP – 16085

DANMUSA LGA

APC – 11259

PDP – 7294

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RIMI LGA

APC – 16759

PDP – 15318

KURFI LGA

APC 11203

PDP 12528

BATAGARAWA LGA

APC 13950

PDP 16987

DUTSINMA LGA

APC 13233

PDP 17917

KUSADA LGA

APC- 7,442

PDP- 10,990

MAI’ADUA LGA

APC- 19,098

PDP- 14,096

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BINDAWA lGA

APC- 16,578

PDP- 12, 582

KANKIYA LGA

APC- 10,658

PDP- 17,426

BAURE LGA

APC- 21,661

PDP- 16,820

KANKARA LGA

APC- 14,456

PDP- 22,035

MANI LGA

APC- 14,334

PDP- 18, 998

ZANGO LGA

APC- 13,891

PDP- 10,791

DANJA LGA

APC- 16,202

PDP- 14,004

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BAKORI LGA

APC- 15036

PDP- 20,070

FASKARI LGA

APC- 17,180

PDP- 15,667

JIBIA LGA

APC- 10690

PDP- 13,761

KAFUR LGA

APC- 23,517

PDP- 13,167

DAURA LGA

APC- 16,889

PDP- 12,913

KATSINA LGA

APC- 15,953

PDP- 45,390

SABUWA LGA

APC- 10,207

PDP- 7287

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SAFANA LGA.

APC- 7,683

PDP- 7,989

MALUMFASHI LGA

APC- 21,008

PDP- 19,892

FUNTUA LGA

APC- 19,453

PDP- 18,711

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