The Senator representing Anambra South at the National Assembly and aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the forthcoming governorship election, Andy Uba, has debunked the statements flying in the media that certain aspirants have been endorsed by the party.
The election was reportedly very transparent and peaceful.
Announcing the results of the election on Sunday, the Chief Returning Officer, Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State, said that Moghalu polled 525 votes, Bart Nwibe, 414 and John-Bosco Onunkwo 85 votes.
Nwoye, the APC governorship candidate will have to run against the incumbent governor of the state Willie Obiano of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Osita Chidoka of the United Progressive Party (UPP) and whoever emerges the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate on August 29 among other candidates from other political parties.
Houston Texans travel to Dallas due to Harvey
Texans coach Bill O'Brien says he's been told flooded roads are part of the reason for his teams' diversion to northern Texas. The team was instead forced to fly to Dallas to wait out the storm and doesn't yet know when they will be able to return.
A delegate from Orumba North Local Government Area raised alarm at the venue that names of authentic delegates from seven wards in Orumba were fraudulently changed.
The governorship election in the state is scheduled to hold on November 18.
Member, house of representatives, Hon. Dr.
Two of the aspirants, Chike Obidigbo and Patrick Nwike, had earlier withdrawn from the race, even though they still pulled total votes of 22 and 20 respectively.
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