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Monday, February 25, 2019

Billionaire Business Man Ifeanyi Ubah Defeats Andy Uba And Chris Uba In Anambra South Senatorial District

Billionaire business tycoon Ifeanyi Ubah, the chairman of Capital Oil and Gas, has emerged the first elected senator for the Young Progresives Party (YPP) in Nigeria, beating the Uba brothers, Andy and Chris.






Ubah polled 87, 081 votes to emerge winner of the Anambra South Senatorial District In the February 23 election.
The result was announced early Monday morning at Uruagu Nnewi North Council headquarters.

His closest rival, Chief Chris Uba of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and younger brother of the incumbent Senator for the area, Sen. Andy Uba got 62,462 votes.

Chief Nicholas Ukachukwu, candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) scored 51,269 votes while Sen. Andy Uba, the incumbent and All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate got 13,245 votes.

Mr M.N. Umenweke, the returning officer, who declared the results said Ubah emerged the winner among the 26 candidates, who contested for Anambra South Senatorial District ticket.
From Vanguardngr



*Well well well......

35 comments:

  1. When a house is divided, it will certainly fall......

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    1. I love this news. Good one for the capital oil business mogul.

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    2. I know my comment might be the most unpopular but I think we might need the Military to take over and save us from these foolish people. The only interest that they cares about is their ego and enriching their pockets

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    3. The Military is worse. Please don’t think of them because they belong in the barracks.

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  2. shame on the APC candidate, despite being an incumbent he got just 15+ vote,it just showed how useless he was.

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    1. Very shameful! Thank God Nugerians are wiser now to be paying this politicians back in their own coins

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    2. Very Useless. Good he lost woefully.

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    3. Very useless ooo repellant.ubas chrisnn andy think dem get anambra kikikik so happy.

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    4. that's why I love my anambra people, we no dey use apc play anything o, I don't know why imo people do not want to get liberated

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    5. Push up is from Anambra kwa? πŸ˜ΆπŸ™„
      Madam for your dream?

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  3. I'm just happy it wasn't Nicholas Ukachukwu.

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    1. Hahahahaha same here oh! Thought I typed this

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  4. This goes on to show that people are now voting for individual and no longer party.
    YPP was a newly formed political party but people especially the youth voted massively for Ifeanyi Ubah cos he is a friend of the youths. His Ifeanyi Ubah Football Club has given employment to a lot of youths and helped them actualize their dreams.

    Shame on Willie and APGA...they failed to give him the ticket even after all he did for is e election bid. Thank God people stood up against the Ubah brothers...it's really a breadth of fresh air.

    I heard Rkwunife defeated APGA Victor Umeh too....ikwakwakwa. And Stella Oduah was dully returned too.

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    1. Gbam! Chop kizz! It's payback time. Anambra youths don swallow Solomon Capsules laslas. Sharp youths.

      BV Solomon Capsule, na wah for you o. You no market your capsule reach Imo State abi dem climb oil rig ni?

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    2. Gbam Mhiz. Oh shut it about Imo state.

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    3. I need this same capsule for imolites and magicians 🀣🀣🀣

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  5. This goes on to show that people are now voting for individual and no longer party.
    YPP was a newly formed political party but people especially the youth voted massively for Ifeanyi Ubah cos he is a friend of the youths. His Ifeanyi Ubah Football Club has given employment to a lot of youths and helped them actualize their dreams.

    Shame on Willie and APGA...they failed to give him the ticket even after all he did for is e election bid. Thank God people stood up against the Ubah brothers...it's really a breadth of fresh air.

    I heard Rkwunife defeated APGA Victor Umeh too....ikwakwakwa. And Stella Oduah was dully returned too.

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    1. I really want Ekwunife to win,love the woman's resilience. The Nigerian people are taking back our mandate. Enough is enough!

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  6. Stella jubilation started early in the morning here
    See fireworks everywhere in umuanuka otolo nnewi
    The uba brothers should go and rest Biko, ifeanyi Ubah ejebego

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  7. Who knows about the Umeorji's from Aguata, did any of them contest for any post?

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  8. Congratulationsssssssssss Odogwu nwoke, you sure deserve it biko.

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  9. CONGRATULATIO EBUBECHUKWUZO NDI IGBO NILE

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  10. Congratulations to Ifeanyi Ubah, am glad Andy and Chris lost.

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  11. No be party mata now,na d person involved DAT matters, u could have known DAT YPP would win anything? I wish it could be so for d presidential election.

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  12. Congrats capital oil.thank you for liberating us from the Uba brothers

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  13. All the Ubas in their name..Are they related?

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    1. Enter your reply...Chris and Andy are brothers

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  14. Congratulations to him. I wish this could happen with the Presidential election too. YPP, the way to go.

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  15. Nice one’ pls someone should hook me up with Ifeanyi Ubah. I’m a fine chic looking for a nice sugar daddy

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