Nigerians are waiting eagerly for the result of the presidential election held on Saturday, February 23. 

While they wait patiently for the final result being collated at the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the President and candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari, was seen in his office.

People will expect that he would be at home watching the results, but he was in his office for a reason. 

The collation of election results have entered a second day since it started on Monday and results have come from at least 27 states plus the Federal Capital Territory. 

Map representation of the results of the president

Out of the number of states announced, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has won 13 (including the FCT) while the APC has won 15 States, but the difference between the numbers of polls for President Muhammadu Buhari is enough to put a smile on the face of the man whose second term in office is gradually become a dream come truth. 

Muhammadu Buhari in his office during collation of

While in his office, he was seen sitting, glancing through a paper, and wearing a fabric that depicts the calibre of man he is in the nation. 

His pictures were shared by the spokesman for the President, Femi Adesina on his Facebook page. 

However, President Muhammadu Buhari was not alone in his office, as the Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai, showed up.

Muhammadu Buhari and Nasir El-Rufai in his office

He had come to brief the President on the election and other issues in the state. 

El-Rufai had few weeks ago drawn attention to himself when he said people who would come to intervene in Nigeria's election would return in body bags. 

In Kaduna State, President Buhari had polled 993,445 votes in Kaduna, beating the PDP candidate, Atiku Abubakar who scored 649,612

This Kaduna votes and other huge margins from Kano and Katsina, which were both over 1 million each, have given President Buhari a margin that is over 3.4 million votes ahead of Atiku. 

Nigerians are waiting for the final result that may be announced on Wednesday.  

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