Charles Soludo, the All Progressives Grand Alliance’s governorship candidate, is now dominating with 49, 000 votes.
INEC officials claim APGA polled a total of 99,159 votes after results were tallied in 19 local government areas. Andy Uba of the APC received 40,270 votes, while Valentine Ozigbo of the PDP received 49,475.
The results of two local government areas, Orumba North and Ihiala LGA, are expected soon.
Recall that Ghgossip reported earlier that the All Progressives Grand Alliance and the Peoples Democratic Party have grabbed the early lead in the Anambra State governorship election result tabulation.
Despite the fact that the election was primarily hindered by the Independent National Electoral Commission’s poor logistics, results aggregation had begun in some polling units that were able to continue voting.
According to information acquired, the APGA received 40 votes and the PDP 11 votes in voting unit 8, Ward 1, Anaocha local government area, while the ruling All Progressives Congress received only 8 votes, the Young People Party had 2 votes, and the African Action Congress had 1 vote.
In addition, just 49 registered voters were accredited and allowed to vote at polling unit 002, St. Michael’s Onyiuke II, Ward 03, Nimo, Njikoka Local Government Area, out of a total of 352 registered voters.
The APGA received 24 votes, the PDP 11, and the APC 13, out of a total of 49.
The Young Progressive Party, on the other hand, received only one vote.
APGA received 25 votes, PDP 30 votes, and APC 10 votes at polling unit 012, Ward 2, Onitsha North Local Government.
The APGA received 36 votes from polling unit 09, Ward 1, Anaocha Local Government Area, while the APC received nine votes, the PDP six, the ADP three, the LP one, and three invalid votes.