A ballot box filled with ballot is pictured before being counted by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at a polling station in Yenagoa, in Nigeria's Bayelsa State, on April 16, 2011, after Nigeria's crucial presidential election and a bid by Africa's most populous country to hold its cleanest polls for head of state since the end of military rule. AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI

Edo South

  • Oredo

Registered voters  – 313,553

PVCs collected  – 240,197

  • Ikpoba/Okha

Registered voters  – 315,410

PVCs collected  – 214,822

  • Egor

Registered voters  – 219,832

PVCs collected – 158,817

  • Ovia Northeast

Registered voters  – 143,009

PVCs collected – 113,167

  • Ovia Southwest

Registered voters  – 96,409

PVCs collected – 77,468

  • Orhiomwon

Registered voters – 118,672;

PVCs collected – 102,739

  • Uhunmwode

Registered voters  – 74,529

PVCs collected  – 57,290

Edo North

  • Etsako West

Registered voters – 160,137

PVCs collected – 128,188

  • Etsako East

Registered voters – 81,639

PVCs collected  – 67,715

  • Etsako Central

Registered voters – 84,245;

PVCs collected – 42,042

  • Akoko Edo

Registered voters – 119,254;

PVCs collected – 115,343

  • Owan West

Registered voters – 61,193;

PVCs collected  – 46,245

  • Owan East

Registered voters – 91,841

PVCs collected – 77,827

Edo Central

  • Esan West

Registered voters – 99,983

PVCs collected  – 83,467

  • Esan Central:

Registered voters  – 50,058;

PVCs collected – 42,042

  • Esan Northeast

Registered voters – 84,245;

PVCs collected  – 66,790

  • Esan Southeast

Registered voters – 76,842;

PVCs collected  – 58,802

  • Igueben

Registered voters – 46,828

PVCs collected  – 34,988

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