Anambra election ‘’ll not be inconclusive election says Soludo

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Prof. Chukwuma Soludo

THE candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, says the Nov.  6 governorship election will not be inconclusive. 

Soludo said this while reacting to a recent statement credited to an official of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

``There will not be a reason for the Nov. 6 election be declared inconclusive,’’ a media aide to Soludo, Ejimofor Opara, has said.

``APGA is the only party; and without that, its candidate has no credible issue. APGA is grounded in Anambra State and has liberated the state by providing dividends of democracy. 

``We have visited the 21 Local Government Areas and from our observation, Anambra has accepted our candidate. 

``Those saying the election will be inconclusive are mischievous. INEC has promised a credible election and so, I don't see any reason the election will be inconclusive. 

``I commend the police for deploying security, geared toward ensuring a safer environment. When there is security; there is no reason to have violence on Election Day. 

``I urge all to come out and vote. Secure your vote. Don't be afraid, there will be security. 

``INEC should stand on their promise of a free and fair election. If you conduct the election 100 times, APGA will win,’’ Opara said. 

Oct. 31, 2021 @ 16:18 GMT |

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