BREAKING!!! Soludo Wins 10 Out Of 11 Local Governments Officially Announced By INEC In Anambra


The candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) for the Anambra governorship election, Professor Charles Soludo, has won in 10 of the 11 local government areas officially announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at its headquarters in Anambra State.

According to Premium Times, Soludo defeated all the other 17 candidates in each of the 10 local governments. However, Ifeanyi Ubah of the Young Progressives Party (YPP) won in Nnewi North Local Government Area.

The 11 local governments are those that have been announced and formally accepted at the INEC state collation centre in Awka, the capital of Anambra State.


Candidates before some pulled out of the race

It was reported that the final announcement is expected to continue later on Sunday afternoon.

Apart from the 11 local government areas formally announced at the secretariat of INEC, Soludo also won in some other local governments whose results have been announced in the local governments but not yet at the INEC secretariat in Awka.

The 11 local governments so far announced at the INEC secretariat are: Onitsha North, Awka South, Orumba, Anambra East, Nnewi North, Njikoka, Idemili, Ayamelum, Aniocha, Oyi and Dunukofia. Of the 11 local governments, Professor Soludo only lost in Nnewi North.

Soludo Defeats APC’s Andy Uba, PDP’s Ozigbo In Their LGAs

Earlier report revealed that ProfessorSoludo had secured the highest votes in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State


Soludo, Valentine Ozigbo of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Senator Andy Uba of the All Progressives Congress (APC) are all from Aguata LGA.

While announcing results at the Local Government Collation Centre, Professor Anim O Ajake, the Collation Officer for Aguata LGA, said Soludo polled 9,136 votes, next to Uba who gathered 4773 votes while Ozigboo trailed with 3798.


Ajake announced elections did hold in certain areas.

He listed these areas as Umuchu 1 (3 Units – 2292), Igbokwu 1 (3-926) 5 units 2665, Ekwulobia II (2 units).

I’ll Win Even If Only 100 People Vote – Soludo

After casting his vote at his polling unit, Soludo says he will win “even if only 100 people vote” in the election.

Speaking with newsmen on Saturday after voting at his polling unit in Aguata LGA of Anambra state, Soludo stated that his aim is to win the governorship election with a wide margin.


The candidate of APGA disclosed that it is the people who urged him to contest the election and that he only wants to be a “servant leader.”

“I always say that I am an incredible optimist and I always believe that somehow it (Bimodal Voter Accreditation System) will come through. When we were in court after the primaries, I did make a statement that the judiciary will always come through and that went to the appeal court and the supreme court. They actually came through,” he said.

“Today, I was very upbeat and optimistic. I know that APGA is Anambra and Anambra is APGA. Even if only 100 people vote within the state, we will still win.


“It is not just winning, but winning with a mass movement because this is a journey that has been propelled by the people — self-funding support groups with over half a million members that compelled me to contest.

“They were the ones who urged me to come and run in the first instance and I was expecting that we are going to break the jinx of over a million votes to victory, but when we had these glitches I was feeling very worrisome.

“The worries are still there and as mentioned by the REC in his release, some of them, especially in the places where votes could not take place today, will do so tomorrow. We look forward to the completion of the process.

“I’m more interested in the legitimacy of the process, because for me, the mandate I seek is a peoples’ mandate to be their servant leader and that is satisfactory to me.”

We Won’t Vote For Any Presidential Candidate Above 59 Years – Arewa Youths

The Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) has reiterated that no individual vying for the position of presidency in the 2023 election, and is above the age of 50 will get a vote from them.


According to Naija News, the socio-cultural group in the Northern region disclosed this in a statement by its president, Yerima Shettima.

Shettima, who spoke with journalists on Saturday, November 6, stated that Nigerians, the youths particularly, are tired of the same old people switching political parties to govern Nigeria without making positive impacts.

He further explained that there is an ongoing sensitization of the young generation to decline to campaign for any candidate above the age of 60. Yerima revealed that the youths are ready to take over the leadership of the country.


Some 2023 hopeful

The AYCF president said he is in support of former Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangida’s (rtd) statement that Nigerians should look for a younger person as their president in 2023

He said: “We have made our position very clear that we will not pitch our tent with any old generation. This is not because it is not their right to contest, but you can rest assured that we will only campaign for young generations.


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