The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate, Prof Charles Soludo, has won in 10 of the 11 local governments declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) so far in the ongoing Anambra governorship poll.
The candidate of the Young Progressives Party (YPP) Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, won in one of the local governments.
But candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Senator Andy Uba and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Mr Valentine Ozigbo are yet to win in any of the results declared so far.
Anambra has 21 local governments.
YPP’s Ubah won in his Nnewi North local government area with 6485 votes while Soludo came second with 3368 votes. Ozigbo of PDP scored 1511 votes, while Uba of APC polled 1278 votes.
Soludo won Dunukofia with 4124 votes while APC came second with 1919 votes and PDP came third with 1680 votes.
In Awka South, APGA scored 12,891 votes, PDP had 5498 and APC got 2595 votes.
Also, in Oyi, APGA scored 6133 votes, PDP 2484 votes and APC scored 2830 votes.
APGA won again in Anaocha, Peter Obi’s and Senator Uche Ekwunife’s local government area with 6911 while PDP scored 5108 votes and APC 2085 respectively.
In Anambra East, APGA won with 9746 votes, APC got 2034 and PDP scored 1308.
Soludo also defeated others in Ayamelum with 3424. PDP came second with 2804 while APC came third with 2409 votes.
Soludo won in Idemili South with 2312 votes, Onitsha South with 4281 votes and the Njikoka, the local government of Anambra Deputy Governor Dr Nkem Okeke with 8803 votes and Orumba South with 4394 votes.
Source: The Nation