The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has provided a breakdown of how the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) allegedly rigged him out by refusing his votes in 31 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Atiku made the claim in a petition he and his party filed before the presidential election tribunal.
According to him, data from INEC server showed that he actually polled a total of 18,356,732 votes, to defeat President Muhammadu Buhari, who had 16,741,430 votes.
However, the official result declared by INEC from the 36 states and the FCT, states showed that Buhari polled 15,191,847, while Atiku came second with 11,262,978 votes.
A breakdown of the 174-page document showed the electronic collation of results state by state as of February 25.
In Abia State, the petition claimed Atiku recorded 664,659 votes in the electronic results from the server, against the 219,698 votes announced by the commission.
In Adamawa, Atiku said he got 646,080 votes, instead of 410,266; Akwa Ibom 587,431 votes, instead of 395,832; Anambra 823, 668 votes, instead of 524,738; Bayelsa 332, 618 votes, instead of 197, 933; Benue 529,970 votes, instead of 356, 817; Borno 281,897 votes, instead of 71, 788; Cross River 572, 220 votes, instead of 295, 737 recorded by the commission.