Breaking: APC Andy Uba Votes, Says Nothing Will Stop His Victory

Breaking: APC Andy Uba Votes, Says Nothing Will Stop His Victory

  • Senator Andy Uba has boasted that he would coast home victory at the end of the ongoing governorship election in Anambra
  • Uba, who is the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) made this known on Saturday, November 6, shortly after he cast his vote at his polling unit
  • The senator noted that the former governor of CBN and the PDP's candidate would be roundly defeated at the poll

Anambra: The candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the ongoing Anambra governorship election, Senator Andy Uba has cast his vote. reports that while speaking after voting, Uba said the election is done already as he expressed confidence that he would win.

APC Andy Uba says he will win the election.
A military officer asked some questions from INEC officers during the election. Credit: Emmanuel Osodi
Source: UGC

He said:

"Everything is going well. APGA is finished and is done, PDP is nowhere."

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Senator noted that voters are enthusiastic and are ready to vote APGA out.

APGA's candidate Soludo is yet to vote as BVAS refuses to work

Meanwhile, had previously reported that Charles Soludo, the candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the ongoing Anambra governorship election, is yet to cast his vote.

It was reported that the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) arrived at his polling unit early to vote but he has not exercised his franchise due to malfunctioning of the BVAS.

The APGA candidate said he would speak to the media again after casting his vote successfully. According to the report, at the moment, only nine people out of over 700 voters have voted in the polling unit.

Soludo lamented that people who have been waiting till 7. am have not voted at around 1 pm, asking INEC to fix the technology for them to vote.

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APC Andy Uba says he will win the election.
A physically challenged woman cast her vote for her preferred candidate in the ongoing Anambra election. Credit: Emmanuel Osodi.
Source: UGC

He said people trooped out to vote and hundreds of thousands would have voted if the machine works. The APGA candidate summarised the issues he raised thus: Technology, deployment of technology, the inadequacy of INEC officials.

PDP's governorship candidate sends strong message to INEC chairman after voting

In a related report, the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Valentine Ozigbo, cast his vote.

After voting, the candidate of the PDP, Valentine Ozigbo said he was impressed with the turnout of voters. Ozigbo further asked the INEC chairman, Professor Mahmud Yakubu, to reach out to his staff and check out where there are issues.

Speaking on security, he said there is an abundance of security personnel which has helped to calm things down.

However, Ozigbo said he didn't want to use Amezi not to judge overall and will reach out to other areas to know what is going on there.

He also appealed to people to come out and cast their votes, noting that it is safe.


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