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Sunday, 19 November 2017

Anambra Poll: APGA Won the Race

The hope of the All Progressives Grand Alliance and Governor of Anambra State in yesterday's governorship race in the state, Chief Willie Obiano, is well on the way to win re-decision when the last consequence of the race is reported. Unsubstantiated reports at squeeze time demonstrates that he is driving in 17 out of 21 neighborhood government regions in the state

From all signs, the race was a straight battle between the decision APGA in the state and the All Progressives Congress (APC) as early outcomes at the different surveying units demonstrated the two gatherings ruling lead in the outcomes with the majority of the other 35 parties that entered for the race scoring zero. In the majority of the surveying units went to by Sunday Sun over the state, APGA was driving with APC trailing behind, while the PDP in a portion of the spots neglected to secure a vote.

In the mean time, the race saw high turnout of voters in for all intents and purposes all the 21 neighborhood government territories of the state under a remarkable tranquil environment in the historical backdrop of races in the state. Be that as it may, the race may have hurled another pattern where political pioneers in the state could convey their surveying units regardless of their political gatherings.

The pattern saw the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) winning in Agulu Ward 2 surveying unit 19, Amatutu, of previous representative Peter Obi; APC winning in Prince Arthur Eze's Ukpo Ward 1, Ekwueme Hall surveying units and furthermore in Nkwoide Ward 1, Alor of Minister of Labor, Dr Chris Ngige.

Be that as it may, the political pioneers of the APC and PDP had awesome difficulties endeavoring to convey their wards and surveying units as APGA gave them great keep running for their cash in their fortresses.

Senator Willie Obiano, who voted at his Eri Aguleri surveying focus at 9:58a.m, said he was inspired by the extensive turnout of voters over the state.

He noticed that the race was serene, saying that he was certain of an avalanche triumph toward the day's end.

He revealed that as he attempted to vote, the card peruser couldn't confirm his unique mark, which he said was later corrected.

In a visit with newsmen at the surveying station, the Resident Electoral Commissioner for Jigawa State who was accountable for Anambra East and West nearby government regions, Prof. Shehu Riskuwa, conceded that they had card perusers issues, which he said their specialists were striving to determine.

At Otolo Ward 1 in Nnewi North Local Government Area, when the checking of votes started, there was mayhem as an APC operator attempted to grab the polling station when he saw that APGA was driving in the outcomes.

Security operators at the middle mediated and the specialist was pursued away and the outcomes were proclaimed with APGA winning.

At Umudim Ward 2 Nnewi, where the dowager of the late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, Ambassador Bianca Ojukwu voted, APGA cleared the surveys, cleaning the APC that had before in the week got Ojukwu's child, Emeka, to its crease.

Bianca said she was confident that APGA would win the race in an avalanche, saying that the general population had again shown extraordinary love for Ojukwu.

Additionally, Prince Ojinwafor Orizu said that APGA winning in Nnewi was basically to disclose to Ojukwu's child, Emeka, who absconded to the APC, that he was separated from everyone else.

He said that they were all the while remaining on the inheritances of the late Ojukwu as embodied in APGA. Previous Ohanaeze President General, Dr Dozie Ikedife, whose child is the running mate of Tony Nwoye of the APC, said that the race was quiet and turnout amazing and was no chance influenced by the influence of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) for the general population of Anambra State to blacklist the decision.

Ikedife noticed that the new technique for synchronous accreditation and voting embraced by the INEC has extraordinarily enhanced t