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Obiano will win by 85%, says APGA


Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano

The national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Victor Oye, has predicted the party’s standard-bearer, Governor Willie Obiano, would win the forthcoming governorship election in the state, securing over 85 per cent of total votes.

He told journalists in his country home, Amawbia, yesterday that all indices pointed to a favourable election for APGA.

Oye explained his confidence saying, APGA was the only dominant party in the state. He downplayed the visibility of the others, concluding APGA was not afraid of any rival or challenge any might pose to Obiano’s re-election on November 18.


“The APGA government in Anambra has delivered on its promises. The message of hope is everywhere and the people are happy. We have visited 12 local government areas, so far, since the flag-off of our campaign. And at all these places, we have registered huge turnout.”

He said ballots for the All Progressives Congress (APC) would not reach 10 per cent of total votes in the election, insisting APGA remains the only thing that resonates with the Igbo politically.

“See how people have been decamping from their parties to APGA? Does that not tell you something? Ben Nwankwo, a member of the federal House of Representatives recently declared for our party with numerous supporters.

“People are still talking with us, to join the party. And that is because they have read the political atmosphere and already know where the pendulum will swing. And once Governor Obiano wins, you will see a lot of activities. But we will keep all that in wraps.”

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