Anambra Election: APGA’s Soludo Makes First Comment After Mercilessly Beating PDP’s Ozigbo, APC’s Uba

Anambra Election: APGA’s Soludo Makes First Comment After Mercilessly Beating PDP’s Ozigbo, APC’s Uba

  • Results from the just concluded Anambra governorship election that took place on Saturday, November 6, are already coming in
  • So far, Charles Soludo of APGA is taking the lead and he has taken to his Instagram page to thank God almighty
  • Soludo shared a photo of him sitting in front of the TV monitoring the announcement of the results

The candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the Anambra governorship election, Charles Soludo, has made his first comment as results trickle in.

From the results announced so far, Soludo is taking the lead in many local government areas in the state and has already floored his opponents in their domain.

Chukwuma Charles Soludo
APGA’s candidate Soludo monitoring election result. Photo credit: Chukwuma Charles SOLUDO
Source: Instagram

The APGA candidate shared a post on his Instagram page on Sunday evening, November 7. He shared a photo of him monitoring the results with the caption:

"A cool Sunday evening.

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"It is indeed the Lord's day and we must first thank God almighty for his mercy. Indeed, "many are the afflictions of the Righteous, but the Lord delivereth him from them all".
"Good evening my people."

See his post below:

Soludo wins 17 out of 21 LGAs

The APGA governorship candidate has seen an increase in his existing margin of lead in the election that is being conducted in all the 21 LGAs in the state. reported earlier that Soludo has won in 17 LGAs while the PDP and the YPP won one each.

APC has not won any LGA while elections did not hold in two LGAs.

Gunmen steal ballot boxes

The voting exercises had turned rowdy as gunmen stormed polling centres at the Immaculate Heart Catholic Church and the St Faith Catholic Church in Fegge, Onitsha.

Eyewitnesses who spoke with journalists said the armed men made their way to St Faith Catholic Church by Mbonu Ejike/Basden Junction in a bus and opened gunshots to scare the voters and security agents.

The thugs drove straight to the ballot boxes and fled with at least two of them.

While this was happening, another set of gunmen stormed the polling unit at the Immaculate Heart Church along Ziks Avenue and left with one ballot box.


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