Andy Uba, former Senator representing Anambra South at the Senate has emerged as the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Anambra State.
Ogun State Governor and Chairman of the APC primary election committee, Dapo Abiodun disclosed this on Sunday.
Uba polled 230,201 votes to defeat 13 other candidates.
Below are other scores by the various candidates.
Number of accredited voters – 348,490
Total valid votes – 348,490
Total invalid votes – Nil
Method of voting – option A4
- Azuka Okwuosa – 17,159 votes
- Johnbosco Onunkwo – 28,746 votes
- Paul Orajiaka – 4,248 votes
- Ben Etiaba – 4,244 votes
- Conel Onyejegbu – 3,414 votes
- Maxwell Okoye – 2,540 votes
- Andy Uba MFR – 230,201 votes
- Chido Nwankwo – 21,281 votes
- George Moghalu – 18,596 votes
- Amobi Nwokafor – 3,335 votes
- Ikeobasi Mokelu – 3,727 votes
- Edozie Mmadụ – 3,626 votes
- Hygers Ifeanyi – 1,466 votes
- Godwin Okonkwo – 5,907 votes
Reports say 11 of the aspirants of the APC in state, had on Saturday, said the June 26 governorship primary in the state did not hold.
George Muoghalu, spokesperson for the aspirants, made the position of the group known in a press conference on Saturday in Awka.
Muoghalu said that in all the 326 electoral Wards of the state, people came out, but were disappointed, saying that none of the APC team saddled with the responsibility to conduct the primary and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) officials were seen.