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Anambra Election, Apga Claims Victory

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Victor Oye, the national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) claimed that the results so far collated from polling units showed that Willie Obiano, the party’s candidate has won the governorship election.
Oye who claimed to have a situation room in his house said nothing short of the results collated from the the units would be accepted, Daily Post reports.He said: “I have a situation room here in my house, and from the results collated so far from the various polling units across the state, we have won.“I already said it before in a press interview that after listening to INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu during the stakeholders meeting that I was sure he would conduct a credible election
“What I am saying is that nothing short of the results collated from units would be accepted. It is not possible for them to declare a contrary result.
“I am confident that we have already won this election.”Meanwhile, earlier reported that the All Progressives Grand Alliance claimed it is not comfortable with the alleged malfunctioning of several card readers
used for governorship election in Anambra by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Saturday, November 18.

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