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Who contested against Obasanjo?
27 February 1999
|Nominee||Olusegun Obasanjo||Olu Falae|
|Running mate||Atiku Abubakar||Umaru Shinkafi|
Who contested against Obasanjo in 2003?
19 April 2003
|Nominee||Olusegun Obasanjo||Muhammadu Buhari|
|Running mate||Atiku Abubakar||Chuba Okadigbo|
|States carried||25 + FCT||5|
Was there an election in 2007?
The 2007 United States elections were held on Tuesday, November 6. During this off-year election, the only seats up for election in the United States Congress were special elections held throughout the year.
Who was the presidential flag bearer for Action Congress in the 2007 general election?
The party ran Vice President Atiku Abubakar, who defected from the People’s Democratic Party, as its presidential candidate in the 2007 presidential election.
Who won the 2007 presidential election in Nigeria?
2007 Nigerian general election
|Nominee||Umaru Yar’Adua||Muhammadu Buhari|
|Running mate||Goodluck Jonathan||Edwin Ume-Ezeoke|
Who won 1979 presidential election?
11 August 1979
|Nominee||Shehu Shagari||Nnamdi Azikiwe|
|Running mate||Alex Ekwueme||Ishaya Audu|
Who won the 2004 US presidential election?
Democratic Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts won his party’s nomination after defeating Senator John Edwards and several other candidates in the 2004 Democratic presidential primaries. In the general election, Bush won 286 of the 538 electoral votes and 50.7 percent of the popular vote.
Who was elected as president in 2007?
Presidency of George W. Bush
|Presidency of George W. Bush January 20, 2001 – January 20, 2009|
What was election day 2008?
The 2008 United States presidential election was the 56th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 4, 2008….2008 United States presidential election.
|November 4, 2008|
|538 members of the Electoral College 270 electoral votes needed to win|
|Turnout||58.2% 1.5 pp|
Who won 2007 election in Nigeria?
On April 23, Yar’Adua was declared the winner by INEC, which said that he had received 70% of the vote (24,638,063 votes). Buhari was in second place with 18% of the vote (6,605,299 votes), while Abubakar was placed third with about 7% (2,637,848 votes).
What are the names of the political parties in Nigeria?
List of Registered Political Parties Total : 18
- Accord (A)
- Action Alliance (AA)
- Action Democratic Party (ADP)
- Action Peoples Party (APP)
- African Action Congress (AAC)
- African Democratic Congress (ADC)
- All Progressive Congress (APC)
- All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA)
When was the last head count in Nigeria?
The most recent census in Nigeria was conducted in 2006 and was plagued by political interference from design through to implementation. The population estimate was 140 million people.