The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Monday disclosed the number of registered voters to participate in the 2019 general elections.

The biggest news is that Lagos now has the highest number of voters for the election with 6,570,291 voters, followed by Kano with 5,457,747.

This translates to Lagos beating Kano with a whopping margin of 1,112,544 voters.

Below are the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and their registered voters, starting from the highest to the lowest:

1. Lagos = 6,570,291

2. Kano = 5,457,747

3. Kaduna = 3,932,492

4. Katsina = 3,230,230

5. Rivers = 3,215,273

6. Oyo = 2,934,107

7. Delta = 2,845,274

8. Plateau = 2,480,455

9. Benue = 2,480,131

10. Bauchi = 2,462,843

11. Anambra = 2,447,996

12. Niger = 2,390,035

13. Ogun = 2,375,003

14. Borno = 2,315,956

15. Imo = 2,272,293

16. Edo = 2,210,534

17. Akwa Ibom = 2,119,727

18. Jigawa = 2,111,106

19. Adamawa = 1,973,083

20. Enugu = 1,944,016

21. Abia = 1,932,892

22. Sokoto = 1,903,166

23. Ondo = 1,822,346

24. Kebbi = 1,806,231

25. Taraba = 1,777,105

26. Zamfara = 1,717,128

27. Osun = 1,680,498

28. Kogi = 1,646,350

29. Nasarawa = 1,617,786

30. Cross River = 1,527,289

31. Ebonyi = 1,459,933

32. Kwara = 1,406,457

33. Gombe = 1,394,393

34. Yobe = 1,365,913

35. FCT = 1,344,856

36. Bayelsa = 923,182

37. Ekiti = 909,967.

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