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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Why Obiano's electoral victory cannot be challenged - Governor Okorocha

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State is congratulating Willie Obiano over the latter's reelection.

Okorocha accuses leaders of his party, the APC, of working at cross-purposes during the electioneering in Anambra state.

He wants the APC to resolve all internal issues ahead of future elections in the country Governor Willie Obiano of Imo state has congratulated Chief Willie Obiano, the governor of Anambra state, over his reelection on the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA). Okorocha also used the opportunity to urge his own party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) to resolve all internal wrangling ahead of future elections in the country. 

The governor, according to the New Telegraph, attributed internal crisis in the APC to the loss the party recorded at the election. 

He also alleged a lack of genuine commitment on the part if his party members in Anambra state during the election. Okorocha reportedly said Obiano’s victory was too clear to be challenged. 

He thus advised the candidates of other political parties, who partook in the election, to congratulate Obiano and avoid going to court to question the victory. He however said with the position of the APC in the election, it shows that the party has bright chances in the South East in the future. 

He also urged Nigerians to commend President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC-led government at the centre for allowing a level playing ground for all the candidates. 

Governor Obiano was declared winner of the election after he defeated the other candidates including Obaze, who initially rejected the outcome of the exercise alleging massive rigging of the process. 

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