Welcome, Guest: Register On Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 3,133,754 members, 7,744,904 topics. Date: Thursday, 22 February 2024 at 05:33 PM

2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result - Politics - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Politics / 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result (1295 Views)

Tinubu Endorsing Ngige For Anambra Governorship Election (Throwback Photo) / Abiola: Sowore Protesting Annulment Of June 12, 1993 Election (Throwback Photos) / MKO Abiola's Campaign Jingles For June 12, 1993 Election (Throwback Video) (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (Reply) (Go Down)

2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Racemate(f): 11:25am On Sep 24, 2021
Looking at this 2011 election any Southerner can defeat a core northerner with the United south and middlebelt

April 17 (Reuters) - Below is a table of results from
states around Nigeria from Saturday's presidential elections.
The figures show the number of votes won by the main
candidates in each state. There are 36 states plus Abuja, the
Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
The Independent National Electoral Commission has yet to
centrally confirm all of the figures, which may mean slight
adjustments to some numbers.
PDP CPC ACN ANPP
ABIA 1,175,984 3,743 4,392 1,455
ADAMAWA 508,314 344,526 32,786 2,706
AKWA-IBOM 1,165,629 5,348 54,148 2,000
ANAMBRA 1,145,169 4,223 3,537 975
BAUCHI 258,404 1,315,209 16,674 8,777
BAYELSA 504,811 691 370 136
BENUE 694,776 109,680 223,007 8,592
BORNO 207,075 909,763 7,533 37,279
CROSS RIVER 709,382 4,002 5,839 2,521
DELTA 1,378,851 8,960 13,110 2,746
EBONYI 480,592 1,025 1,112 14,296
EDO 542,173 17,795 54,242 2,174
EKITI 185,009 2,689 116,981 1,482
ENUGU 802,144 3,753 1,755 1,111
FCT 253,444 131,576 2,327 3,170
GOMBE 290,376 495,898 3,420 136
IMO 1,381,357 7,591 14,821 2,520
JIGAWA 491,252 663,994 17,353 7,676
KADUNA 1,190,179 1,334,244 11,278 17,301
KANO 440,666 1,624,543 42,353 526,310
KATSINA 428,392 1,163,919 10,945 6,342
KEBBI 369,198 501,453 26,171 3,298
KOGI 399,816 132,201 6,516 16,491
KWARA 268,243 83,603 52,432 1,672
LAGOS 1,281,688 189,983 427,203 8,941
NASARAWA 408,997 278,390 1,204 1,047
NIGER 321,429 652,574 13,344 7,138
OGUN 309,177 17,654 199,555 2,969
ONDO 387,376 11,890 74,253 6,741
OSUN 188,409 6,997 299,711 3,617
OYO 484,758 92,396 252,240 7,156
PLATEAU 1,029,865 356,551 10,181 5,235
RIVERS 1,817,762 13,182 16,382 1,449
SOKOTO 309,057 540,769 20,144 5,063
TARABA 451,354 257,986 17,791 1,203
YOBE 117,128 337,537 6,069 143,179
ZAMFARA 238,180 624,515 17,970 46,554
TOTAL 22,616,416 12,250,853 2,079,151 911,455
CANDIDATES AND PARTIES
PDP - Goodluck Jonathan (People's Democratic Party)
CPC - Muhammadu Buhari (Congress for Progressive Change)
ACN - Nuhu Ribadu (Action Congress of Nigeria)
ANPP - Ibrahim Shekarau (All Nigeria Peoples Party
Source
https://www.reuters.com/article/nigeria-elections-results-idAFLDE73G05B20110418
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by ImmaculateJOE(m): 11:31am On Sep 24, 2021
This picture will be of help

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by seunmsg(m): 11:47am On Sep 24, 2021
Well, south east already told us they are not in on any southern presidency agenda since they have no presidential candidate. For them, it’s Atiku or nothing.
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 11:53am On Sep 24, 2021
If the south is not ready to do the right thing and present and Igbo candidate let north have it

It's either equity n just or the north keep ruling simple

3 Likes 1 Share

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Urbanchampion: 11:58am On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:
If the south is not ready to do the right thing and present and Igbo candidate let north have it

It's either equity n just or the north keep ruling simple

Who is stopping Igbo Politicians from contesting, and why would other Southerns leave it for the Igbos alone?

4 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 12:07pm On Sep 24, 2021
Urbanchampion:


Who is stopping Igbo Politicians from contesting, and why would the entire South leave for the Igbos alone?
What should north leave it for south alone

6 Likes 1 Share

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by IsraeliAIRFORCE: 12:28pm On Sep 24, 2021
seunmsg:
Well, south east already told us they are not in on any southern presidency agenda since they have no presidential candidate. For them, it’s Atiku or nothing.

Greedy back stabber.

You ensured Jonathan lost.

The entire South got Obasanjo elected for eight years but you couldn't see Jonathan finish just for years.

Osibanjo is the VP and you greedy lots want the entire South to return another Yoruba to Aso Rock.

What a greedy bunch. Why not canvas for another Southern from different region?

Why won't Northeast or North Central lay claim to the presidenty since it's rotary?

Tell me no Southeasterner is qualified as usual.

2 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Urbanchampion: 12:31pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

What should north leave it for south alone

They should leave for the South, because they will be completing 8 uninterrupted years by 2023.
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by IsraeliAIRFORCE: 12:34pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

What should north leave it for south alone

You dey mind the sophisticated hypocrites.

They want the North to stay clear for South but wouldn't want to give chances for their brethren in the East

1 Like

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 12:45pm On Sep 24, 2021
Urbanchampion:


They should leave for the South, because they will be completing 8 uninterrupted years by 2023.
And south west haven't completed theirs in 1999 to 2007 ? What type of hypocrisy is this abeg

3 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by seunmsg(m): 1:01pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

What should north leave it for south alone

SE votes are irrelevant when it comes to deciding the presidential election and with the ongoing sit at home madness by IPOB's UGM, voters turnout in SE will not be up to 30% in 2023. So you see, all these threats to sabotage the southern interest is just empty threats. You don't have the numbers to affect any candidate negatively or positively.

5 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Parachoko: 1:04pm On Sep 24, 2021
Igbos on Nairaland are so funny grin

You don't want the South South to vote a Yoruba man, but you want the South South to vote for an Igbo man or Fulani man grin

If the PDP present Atiku, I will vote the APC if they present a Southerner.

3 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by SaiOsinbajo: 1:05pm On Sep 24, 2021
IsraeliAIRFORCE:


Greedy back stabber.

You ensured Jonathan lost.

The entire South got Obasanjo elected for eight years but you couldn't see Jonathan finish just for years.

Osibanjo is the VP and you greedy lots want the entire South to return another Yoruba to Aso Rock.

What a greedy bunch. Why not canvas for another Southern from different region?

Why won't Northeast or North Central lay claim to the presidenty since it's rotary?

Tell me no Southeasterner is qualified as usual.

But they were not greedy back stabber 2011 by giving Jonathan the necessary votes that made him president. See, the south west played a vital role in the emergency of Jonathan as president after the death of Musa Yahradua.. They were vocal and marched the street with Save Nigeria Group and also Tinubu worked with Jonathan and PDP in 2011 except for Aregbesola who had a personal message to pass.

So spare us the message of backstabbing. If it's zone to the south, let all state within the region project their candidates and where not possible lobby within southern states to ensure your candidate wins. Umahi is as good as osibanjo and Orji Kalu, Okorocha all have soared names as well as Tinubu although Tinubu is a canpon as stated by Aketi.

If the east wants it, let them negotiate amongst themselves and project a candidate, just like the west because I'm so sure there will be one voice across parties if it goes to the west and then the south south should do same.
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Parachoko: 1:08pm On Sep 24, 2021
SaiOsinbajo:


But they were not greedy back stabber 2011 by giving Jonathan the necessary votes that made him president. See, the south west played a vital role in the emergency of Jonathan as president after the death of Musa Yarhadua.. They were vocal and marched the street with Save Nigeria Group and also Tinubu worked with Jonathan and PDP in 2011 except for Aregbesola who had a personal message to pass.

So spare us the message of backstabbing. If it's zone to the south, let all state withing the region project their candidates and where not possible lobby within southern states to ensure your candidate wins. Umahi is as good as osibanjo and Orji Kalu, Okorocha all have soared names as well as Tinubu although Tinubu is a canpon as stated by Aketi.

If the east wants it, let them negotiate amongst themselves and project a candidate, just like the west because I'm so sure there will be one voice across parties if it goes to the west and then the south south should do same.
Forget all this online noise from few people who might not even vote.

APC won the Governorship election in Bayelsa state, before the Supreme Court installed Diri.

I don't speak for all the people in my tribe, but if PDP present Atiku or any politician from the North West and North East, I won't be voting for the PDP

2 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 1:09pm On Sep 24, 2021
seunmsg:


SE votes are irrelevant when it comes to deciding the presidential election and with the ongoing sit at home madness by IPOB's UGM, voters turnout in SE will not be up to 30% in 2023. So you see, all these threats to sabotage the southern interest is just empty threats. You don't have the numbers to affect any candidate negatively or positively.
South west votes are far more inconsequential because your total net votes are less than 1 million

U are a political baby run along

1 Like

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by chiiraq802(m): 1:17pm On Sep 24, 2021
Nigeria as a country is Scam.
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Unik3030: 1:26pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

What should north leave it for south alone
we yorubas are saying is let all qualified Nigerian contest irrespective of tribe or region.

Let everyone contest, when we get to the field we will seperate the men from the boys

1 Like

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by seunmsg(m): 1:26pm On Sep 24, 2021
IsraeliAIRFORCE:


Greedy back stabber.

You ensured Jonathan lost.

The entire South got Obasanjo elected for eight years but you couldn't see Jonathan finish just for years.

Osibanjo is the VP and you greedy lots want the entire South to return another Yoruba to Aso Rock.

What a greedy bunch. Why not canvas for another Southern from different region?

Why won't Northeast or North Central lay claim to the presidenty since it's rotary?

Tell me no Southeasterner is qualified as usual.


The usual illogical argument from you guys. Is the South west campaigning against the south east from contesting in 2023? Atiku, Saraki, Tambuwal and Bala Mohammed are currently canvassing for support to get the presidential ticket of PDP, what's stopping Peter Obi, Ekweremadu, Theodore Orji and other Igbo politician from the south east from also making effort to get the ticket?

Tinubu despite being on the sick bed has been meeting several key stakeholders in APC towards his 2023 ambition. Osinbajo's people recently set up a group of lobbyist to move around and canvass for support for his 2023 ambition. The VP was even in Kaduna yesterday to see to commission some projects but the real intention was 2023 politics. Goodluck is currently negotiating for the ticket of APC with some power brokers from the north. In all of these, no single Igbo man is making any effort. All you guys do is stay online to insult and threaten the south west. Wike is doing everything possible to dictate the direction of PDP's presidential ticket while Peter Obi is just playing around and waiting for Atiku to win PDP's ticket and make him his running mate. How's that a strategy?

So tell me, what exactly do you want the south west to do for the Igbos when the Igbos are not even doing anything for themselves? You mean no Yoruba person should contest for the ticket of APC and PDP simply because Igbos are not contesting? Even if some Igbo guys finally grow the balls to contest for the tickets of any of the two major parties, are you saying someone from the SW and SS must not contest against them? Where were you when Ekwueme contested against Obasanjo in 1999 and 2003 for PDP's ticket?

2 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Unik3030: 1:28pm On Sep 24, 2021
IsraeliAIRFORCE:


You dey mind the sophisticated hypocrites.

They want the North to stay clear for South but wouldn't want to give chances for their brethren in the East
let every Nigerian contest,when we get to the field the boys will b seperate from the men
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Urbanchampion: 1:30pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

And south west haven't completed theirs in 1999 to 2007 ? What type of hypocrisy is this abeg
Go and learn politics of inclusion, then you can commence bambilla
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 1:33pm On Sep 24, 2021
Urbanchampion:

Go and learn politics of inclusion, then you can commence bambilla
Inclusion ? Which region have voted others more than igbos I dare you to name one

1 Like

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by seunmsg(m): 1:33pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

South west votes are far more inconsequential because your total net votes are less than 1 million

U are a political baby run along

The inconsequential SW votes gave Jonathan victory in 2011, gave him defeat in 2015 and gave Buhari victory in 2015 and 2019. Your consequential SE votes have not delivered any presidential victory since 2011 so what is your point again?

3 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 1:34pm On Sep 24, 2021
Unik3030:
we yorubas are saying is let all qualified Nigerian contest irrespective of tribe or region.

Let everyone contest, when we get to the field we will seperate the men from the boys
Yes and igbos are building same bridge u built in 2015 and 2019 in 2023 ...let north have it till have agree on equity in the south

So what's the biggy ?

2 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 1:37pm On Sep 24, 2021
seunmsg:


The inconsequential SW votes gave Jonathan victory in 2011, gave him defeat in 2015 and gave Buhari victory in 2015 and 2019. Your consequential SE votes have not delivered any presidential victory since 2011 so what is your point again?
Oga go n sleep Jonathan lost because he lost middle belt

1 Like

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Unik3030: 1:38pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

Yes and igbos are building same bridge u built in 2015 and 2019 in 2023 ...let north have it till have agree on equity in the south

So what's the biggy ?
what do j mean by let north have it?

I am saying let every Nigerian contest irrespective of tribe or region, that's just it.
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by Urbanchampion: 1:40pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

Inclusion ? Which region have voted others more than igbos I dare you to name one

Igbos being the second largest ethnic group in the South have always voted against whatever Yorùbá stand for. The only reason the Igbos voted Obasanjo in 1999 was because Olú Falae and not Obasanjo was our prefered candidate.
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by seunmsg(m): 1:44pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

Oga go n sleep Jonathan lost because he lost middle belt

Your confusion is sweet to watch. Just on this thread, you guys have accused Yorubas of being backstabbers and causing Jonathan's defeat in 2015 but when it's time to fan your little ego, you quickly gave the credit of Jonathan's loss to middle belt.

See ehn, save yourself from this confusion and stop posting meaningless threats against the rest of the south.

2 Likes

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by walemoney007(m): 1:47pm On Sep 24, 2021
mrvitalis:

Oga go n sleep Jonathan lost because he lost middle belt
GEJ and Atiku lost the Middle belt to the APC, why do you think things will change in 2023?
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 1:51pm On Sep 24, 2021
walemoney007:
GEJ and Atiku lost the Middle belt to the APC, why do you think things will change in 2023?
Middle belt believed APC would fight Boko Haram but now we know they are Boko Haram

1 Like

Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 1:52pm On Sep 24, 2021
seunmsg:


Your confusion is sweet to watch. Just on this thread, you guys have accused Yorubas of being backstabbers and causing Jonathan's defeat in 2015 but when it's time to fan your little ego, you quickly gave the credit of Jonathan's loss to middle belt.

See ehn, save yourself from this confusion and stop posting meaningless threats against the rest of the south.
LMAO it's not my fault your can't process things fast
Re: 2023:2011 Presidential Election Throwback Result by mrvitalis(m): 1:52pm On Sep 24, 2021
Urbanchampion:


Igbos being the second largest ethnic group in the South have always voted against whatever Yorùbá stand for. The only reason the Igbos voted Obasanjo in 1999 was because Olú Falae and not Obasanjo was our prefered candidate.
Pick Joe igbokwe and vote for him as pay back na

(1) (2) (Reply)

Anger Trails Northern Governors’ Opposition To 2023 Power Shift / Igbo Will Get Presidency Come 2023 The People Have Decided / Wike, Ugwuanyi, Ikpeazu, Storm Adamawa For Gov Finitri's Ill Health

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2024 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 55
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.