Abuja  - Below are additional results of Saturday's Senate and House of Representatives elections as announced by INEC returning officers.

In the Ogun East Senatorial District, Adegbenga Kaka (ACN) polled 76,643 votes to beat Mohammed Odunowo (PDP), 52,613 and Abiodun Odusanya (PPN), 46,148 ballots

The CPC swept the three House of Representatives seats in Zaria zone in the Kaduna North Senatorial District, with the Returning Officer for the Zaria Federal Constituency, Malam Ibrahim Babayaro, declaring Abbas Tajuddeen (CPC) as winner with 72,092 votes.

Tajuddeen defeated Idris Aliyu of PDP, who polled 32,274 votes, while Kabir Aliyu of ACN got 9,540 votes.

At Sabon-Gari Federal Constituency, Returning Officer Abdu Abdu announced that Garba Mohammed of CPC polled
51,518 votes to defeat Suleiman Abdu-Kwari (PDP) and Mas'ud Sani (ANPP) who got 31,850 and 2,204 votes respectively.
The Returning Officer for Giwa/Birnin-Gwari Federal Constituency, Malam Mohammed Ibrahim-Dutse, declared Shamsuddeen Ango-Abdullahi (CPC) as winner with 35, 871 votes, beating Hamza Ishaq (PDP) with 16,758 votes.

In the Ibadan North Federal Constituency, Abiodun Awoleye (ACN) polled 30,035 votes to defeat Kazeem Adeniyi (Accord Party), 24,519; Omotosho Ademola (PDP), 13,472 and Bello Armstrong (ANPP), 1,189 votes.

Bitrus Kaze of the PDP scored 94,774 votes to clinch the seat for the Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency in Plateau, beating Augustine Choji of LP with 26,460 ballots.

In the Gombe/Kwami/Funakaye Federal Constituency in Gombe State, Khamisu Mailantarki (CPC) won the election with 122,987 ballots, while Ibrahim Waziri (PDP) got 44,266 votes, followed by Dr Ahmed Gana (ANPP), 8,760;
Malam Nasiru Abubakar (LP), 757 and Malam Musa Usman (ADC), 740 ballots.
Ayo Adeseun (ACN) won the senatorial election for the Oyo Central seat with 105,975 votes, while Jumoke Akinjide of the PDP came second with 78,643 ballots.

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Comment by Omojarabi Olorunfemi Wasiu on April 10, 2011 at 4:54pm
More than ever before, a new and better Nigeria is about to be unveiled. CPC and ACN really sweeping across. God bless Nigeria.
Comment by BABATUNDE ABIMBOLA on April 10, 2011 at 4:47pm
God has indeed use gej to bring fairest and credibility to our electoral process, even against the wishes of top pdp bigwings. I hope we maintain, substain and consolidate
Comment by Abraham Kelvin Agbonghae on April 10, 2011 at 4:44pm
There seem to be no room for the overwhelming votes that before now slides massively in the favour of the majority party, as we have witnessed in past elections...Lest I forget, how on Earth did the high-handed Speaker lost? Rigging was not possible? Adedibu's son? Am content with this trend called change...Amazing, isn't it?
Comment by Shegun Joseph on April 10, 2011 at 4:09pm
Atleast if politics is played on a level ground, no ruling party dictates, politics wil be what it ought to be by d people not by the brutes.
Comment by Mavos on April 10, 2011 at 4:02pm
We are not hearing results in south-south and south-east,why?
Comment by Wale Gideon Adejumo on April 10, 2011 at 3:56pm
Nigeria is about to expirience change which i think is good for the nation.change is all we need to grow.
Comment by Wale Gideon Adejumo on April 10, 2011 at 3:55pm
Nigeria is about to expirience change which i think is good for the nation.change is all we need to grow.
Comment by Wale Gideon Adejumo on April 10, 2011 at 3:53pm
Nigeria is about to expirience change which i think is good for the nation.change is all we need to grow.
Comment by Wale Gideon Adejumo on April 10, 2011 at 3:53pm
Nigeria is about to expirience change which i think is good for the nation.change is all we need to grow.
Comment by fasasi taofeek tosin on April 10, 2011 at 3:49pm
I LOVE THIS NIGERIANS ARE REALLY DETERMINE 4 CHANGES..

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