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2023: Ubah retains Anambra South, as APGA wins third Rep seats


By Okechukwu Okechukwu

The Senator representing Anambra South district, Dr Ifeanyi Ubah has been declared winner of the just concluded 2023 National Assembly poll with 73,115 votes.

Ubah, the candidate of Young Progressive Party (YPP), defeated his closest rival, Hon. Chris Emeka Azubogu of the All Progressive Grand Alliance ( APGA) who occupied second position with 45,369; while Chief Obinna Uzoh of Labour Party (LP) and Chief Chris Uba of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) trailed behind with 28,102, and 21,209 votes respectively

The Independent National Electoral Commissioner (INEC) Returning Officer for Anambra South 2023 senatorial election, Prof. Ebele Nwokoye, who announced the result at the collation center in Nnewi, said the election was peaceful.

Similarly, the APGA candidate for Nnewi North, Nnewi South and Ekwusigo Federal Constituency, Hon. Clement Uchenna pooled 24,997 to win the House of representatives seat.

The INEC Returning Officer, Dr. Ikenna Odife, who declared the result, noted that Uzokwe Peter of YPP got 24,937, Ayeogu Fredrick of LP got 17,796 and Hon. Okafor Smart of APC got 2,236.

Earlier, results of the National Assembly elections released by the INEC for Ihiala federal Constituency showed that Hon. Paschal Agbodike of APGA emerged victorious, just as the APGA candidate for Oyi/Ayamelum Constituency, Lady Maureen Chinwe Gwacham was equally declared winner. 

Meanwhile, as the masses await for the INEC to officially pronounce the winners of other seats, there is indication that candidates of Labour Party, Hon. Tony Nwoye and Senator Victor Umeh won Anambra North and Anambra Central Senatorial districts respectively, even as flag bearers of the party won about 6 House of Representatives seats, leaving  APGA candidates with the remaining two red chamber seats. 


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