According to INEC, the 102 Senators- elect will be issued with their certificate at 10 am while the 338 Members of House of Representatives-elect will be issued theirs by 2 pm the same day.
Meanwhile, seven seats have been declared inconclusive and will be contested for on the 23rd March supplementary poll.
For the lower chamber, the ruling party, APC has 211 members-elect while the PDP has 111. APGA secured six seats, ADC three, Action Alliance two, Peoples Redemption Party (PRP), two, African Democratic Party (ADP) one and Allied Peoples Movement (APM), one and Social Democratic Party-one.
There are 22 seats that have been declared inconclusive and supplementary elections have been fixed for 23rd March except for Rivers state that the commission is yet to take action.
The two major parties will be slugging it out in Sokoto, Adamawa, Bauchi, Kano, Plateau and Benue states where polls were inconclusive. In Sokoto state, where the PDP is leading with 3,413 votes, there are 75,493 votes to fight for.
In Adamawa, PDP with 367, 471 as against APC’s 334,995 is leading with 32,47