The 2023 presidential election was conducted on the 25th of February, 2023. The Independent National Electoral Commission announced that Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress emerged as the winner of the election. Let us carefully identify two states that registered the lowest voter turnout in the 2023 presidential and national assembly election in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
1. Rivers State
The Business Day Newspaper reports that Rivers State had the lowest voter turnout in the 2023 presidential election. The same source reports that Rivers State had a voter turnout of just 15 percent during the presidential election. This information has also been confirmed by the Premium Times.
2. Taraba State
Taraba State is located in the northern region of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Business Day Newspaper reports that Taraba State recorded the second lowest turnout during the 2023 presidential election. According to the Business Day Newspaper, Taraba State recorded a voter turnout of just 16 percent.
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