The All Progressives Congress, APC, is leading in the lower chambers of the national assembly, according to results announced so far by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.
A total of 320 winners have been declared out of an expected 360. The APC has two hundred and eleven seats whereas the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, has 109 members in the house.
The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), is leading from the third position with five honourable members in the house, while the the Action Democratic Congress (ADC) secured three seats, the Action Alliance have two representative members followed in tie with the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) who also have two members in the house.
The Allied Peoples Movement (APM), African Democratic Party (ADP) and Social Democratic Party (SDP) have only one honourable members in the lower chamber each.
Despite the population of the All Progressive Congress, APC, members in the house, they do not make two-third of the house total population.
If the remaining 25 seats are announced and the APC are able to get 20 members in, then they make 2/3rd majority of the house.
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A total of 24o members are required by a party to dominate two-third of the Federal House of Representatives. A benchmark necessary for collective pressing resolutions, such as impeachment of the President of the country, to be executed.
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