@csrf
National Assembly

01.03.2023 Featured TABLE: Number of National Assembly Seats Won By Parties

Published 1st Mar, 2023

By Sodeeq Atanda

The first lap of the 2023 general election, comprising presidential and national assembly elections, has been concluded and winners are emerging.

With the Labour Party (LP) and the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) now in the equation, the composition of the 10th national assembly is not going to be business as usual for the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

For constituencies without any impediments, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced their members-elect for both the 106-member Senate and the 360-member House of Representatives.

READ ALSO: TABLE: Presidential Election Results in Percentages

FIJ has compiled a list of the number of the national assembly seat winners already declared by INEC.

SENATEHOR
APC60162
PDP32102
LP635
NNPP218
Table showing the number of seats won by the four major parties.

Due to violence in some areas, elections were declared either inconclusive or results withheld for further evaluation by INEC.

As more results emerge, this story will be updated.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Published 1st Mar, 2023

By Sodeeq Atanda

Advertisement

Our Stories

Oyo Chief ‘Threatened’ for Refusing to Endorse Bashorun’s Alaafin Pick

Overburdened, Yet Underpaid… House Officer at LAUTECH Teaching Hospital Regrets Getting Hired

JUST IN: Keyamo Suspends Dana Air Operations

REPORT: Nigerian Gov’t Contributed Significantly to Human Rights Abuses in 2023

Trigger-Happy Oyo Policeman Kills 2 Brothers Celebrating LAUTECH Graduation

Homeless Man Charged With Murder of British Nigerian

In Cuba, Afro Hair Care Opens Conversations About Blackness

Part of Ogun Community Road Washed Off by Rain Few Weeks After Completion

Data: Buhari, Tinubu Took Nigeria’s Economy 18 Steps Backward in 9 Years

No Nigerians! This 42-Year-Old Lagos School Admits Indians Only

Advertisement