Joe Igbokwe Blasts Igbos For Voting Against APC In Anambra


Igbo people ” would continue to be observers” in Nigerian politics, according to Joe Igbokwe.

Joe Igbokwe, a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has slammed Igbo voters for voting against his party in the present governorship race in Anambra.

Joe Igbokwe Slams Igbos For Opposing APC According to KanyiDaily, Charles Soludo of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) is leading the Anambra Governorship Election with 103, 946 votes after results were collated from 20 of the state’ s 21 local government areas on Sunday.

Valentine Ozigbo of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) received 51, 322 votes, while Andy Uba of the All Progressives Congress (APC) received 42, 942 votes.


On his Facebook page, Joe Igbokwe responded to the development by urging Igbos to avoid playing ” ethnic politics, ” warning that they ” will continue to be observers. ”

The South- East people’ s reluctance to vote APC will have a detrimental influence on the region, according to the APC chairman, who also stated that Ndigbo cannot continue to play isolationist politics.


” I had anticipated that Igbo would move beyond ethnic politics and seek to connect to the center to meet other Nigerians, but ife ji Ndigbo jisi ha ike, ” Joe Ibokwe wrote in response to the Anambra election. We’ ll continue to be spectators. ”

” Politics is a numbers game, ” he continued. In the twenty- first century, Igbos cannot continue to play isolationist politics and expect a miracle to materialize. It’ s time to build bridges rather than burn them. ”


Joe Igbokwe slams Igbos for voting against the APC in the governorship election in Anambra.

Meanwhile, the APC has requested that the Anambra governorship election be canceled by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).


The APC accused the APGA of rigging the election in collusion with ” corrupt- minded INEC employees, ” threatening that ” if INEC announces the results, we would definitely dispute the electoral process in a court of law, up to the Supreme Court. ”



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