#NigeriaDecided: Lagos registers only 19% voters turnout [See full details for each state]

by Chukwukere Okpani

Prior to this time, the 2015 election had the lowest voters turnout with about 42%, but the recently concluded 2019 Presidential election recorded even lower figure with 36% voters turnout. Jigawa has the highest voters turnout at 56%, while Lagos had the lowest at 19% despite having the highest number of registered voters. Our compilation was based on INEC figures released on its verified twitter handle, which is published simultaneously as the results are declared at the National collation centre in Abuja

 
S/N State No. of Registered Voters No. of Accredited Voters Total Votes Cast Total Votes Rejected Voter Turn Out % Vote Rejection %
1 Abia 1,793,861 361,561 344,471 21,180 20 6
2 Adamawa 1,959,322 874,920 860,756 49,222 45 6
3 Akwa Ibom 2,119,727 695,677 605,140 26,365 33 4
4 Anambra 2,389,332 675,273 625,035 19,301 28 3
5 Bauchi 2,453,512 1,075,330 1,061,955 37,648 44 4
6 Bayelsa 923,182 344,237 335,856 14,089 37 4
7 Benue 2,391,276 786,069 763,872 34,960 33 5
8 Borno 2,319,434 987,290 955,205 35,419 43 4
9 Cross River 1,512,915 461,033 446,046 24,145 30 5
10 Delta 2,719,313 891,647 882,254 52,492 33 6
11 Ebonyi 1,392,931 391,747 379,394 20,263 28 5
12 Edo 2,150,127 604,915 599,228 38,517 28 6
13 Ekiti 899,919 395,741 393,709 12,577 44 3
14 Enugu 1,935,168 452,765 451,063 30,049 23 7
15 FCT 1,335,015 467,784 451,408 27,457 35 6
16 Gombe 1,385,191 604,240 580,649 26,446 44 5
17 Imo 2,037,569 585,741 542,777 31,191 29 6
18 Jigawa 2,104,889 1,171,801 1,149,922 43,678 56 4
19 Kaduna 3,861,033 1,757,868 1,709,005 45,402 46 3
20 Kano 5,391,581 2,006,410 1,964,751 73,617 37 4
21 Katsina 3,210,422 1,628,865 1,619,185 63,712 51 4
22 Kebbi 1,802,697 835,238 803,755 47,150 46 6
23 Kogi 1,640,449 570,773 553,496 32,480 35 6
24 Kwara 1,401,895 489,482 486,254 26,578 35 5
25 Lagos 6,313,507 1,196,490 1,156,590 67,023 19 6
26 Nasarawa 1,509,481 613,720 599,399 18,621 41 3
27 Niger 2,375,568 911,964 896,976 45,039 38 5
28 Ogun 2,336,887 613,397 605,938 41,682 26 7
29 Ondo 1,812,567 598,586 586,827 30,833 33 5
30 Osun 1,674,729 732,984 731,882 17,200 44 2
31 Oyo 2,796,542 905,007 891,080 54,549 32 6
32 Plateau 2,423,381 1,074,042 1,062,862 28,009 44 3
33 Rivers 3,215,273 678,167 666,585 24,420 21 4
34 Sokoto 1,895,266 950,107 925,940 54,049 50 6
35 Taraba 1,777,105 756,111 741,564 28,687 43 4
36 Yobe 1,365,913 601,059 586,137 26,772 44 5
37 Zamfara 1,717,128 616,168 597,224 18,785 36 3
  Sum 82,344,107 29,364,209 28,614,190 1,289,607 36 5

Source: INEC

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