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Monday, November 08, 2021

Anambra State Has Voted It's Next Governor!

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has declared the governorship election in Anambra state inconclusive because of one lame reason or the other but it is evident from results announced so far that the next Governor of Anambra state is Soludo....

Governor Soludo...

Me - side eyes at INEC; We hope this delay will not be denial to the rightful owner!



 


52 comments:

  1. Beautiful. Congrats to "Anambrams".

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    1. One chilled HERO for you ma'am Stella..
      Your footnote is what has been on my mind..

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    2. Ayyeee. State of my future husband

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    3. Anon 14:38 please go and marry from your state, u cannot come and snatch our guys from us. inec we are watching you guys.

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    4. Cheesi, why should she marry from her state? What a tribalistic short-sighted comment. Smh

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    5. Cheesi, i believe that to be a joke, right? Not cool if it's not.

      @anon, from your mouth to God's ears omalicha. He'd so love and treat you like an absolute Queen.

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  2. Congratulations to Governor Soludo and the people of Anambra State in advance

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  3. It's the handiworks of the enemies of progress. They want it to be inconclusive, meanwhile the handwriting is very clear.

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    1. Chaii, ignorance is a disease. Make una try dey understand something before una chuck mouth.

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  4. No wuruwuru will be tolerated..Ndi Anambra has spoken and they have no option but to agree...Ihiala could not vote based on logistics wahala and again there are fears due to its close proximity to Imo state but no shaking..They are gonna come through... Congratulations Soludo!!

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  5. Wow, the people have spoken and their votes counted.

    Congratulations Anambra!!

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    1. Yes ooooo we ndi Anambra say tnx

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  6. I say a big Congratulations to Soludo.
    I Congratulate Ndα»‹ Anambra banyi, Soludo, It's time to hit the ground running.
    Greatest RESPECT to all the Military personnel, Police and Paramilitaries who were deployed to the State, their Professionalism is highly commended.
    There was no incident of violence or accidentally discharge.
    Thank God for everything.

    Losers should go to the table and know WHY they failed. They shouldn't forment problem.

    Kudos to PMB, he said that he's interested in having a credible election, and he obviously didn't try to manipulate this to favour Andy Uba or APC, I commend you Sir.

    Let peace reign.

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    1. Yes oooi, let peace ✌πŸ™ reign in Anambra

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  7. One thing I know for certain is Anambra is not Imo...they won't try that rubbish.

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    1. INEC/APC must not be allowed to use fake results from Ihiala to perform magic at Tanko's Supreme court like they did with the former driver from Imo state. Nigeria will go up inflames if Andy Uba is sneaked into government house Anambra through the backdoor. A word is enough for the wise.

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  8. They should pls ALLOW SOLUDO. Not that I know him but I believe he means good for the state. And will do well.

    Its for the good of the state and the people.

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  9. I hope so too. It's evident the people know what they want and went for it. I saw a video on IG where some young men were trying to bribe some elderly women to vote for APC but they stood their ground and refused to be bribed. I was so happy.

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  10. This INEC is forever looking for trouble where there's none. Mr. Soludo has won the contest plain and simple. That INEC failed to bring electoral materials to Ihiala means exactly what? We have to hope that this is not another ploy to declare the Anambra election inconclusive and invite mischief makers to employ the services of the Supreme Court to thwart the will of the Anambra people. That was exactly the same sort of game they played in my state(Imo State) to the eternal disgrace and shame of Nigeria's Supreme Court. No one knows how long it will take Imo and my people to recover from the damage being inflicted on that State by the perfidious act of Mr. Tanko Muhammad's Supreme Court. Anambra people must stay vigilant to prevent the Imo travesty from happening to them...God Bless Anambra StateπŸ™πŸΏ

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    1. Ihiala has about 148k registered voters which is way more than the gap between Soludo's total votes and the party in 2nd place (PDP) so INEC will be breaking the law if they announce results without that local government results being considered; the good thing however is that voter turnout has averaged about 10% so they might not have more than 20,000 votes (max) in Ihiala based on voter turnout trend.
      No matter how we feel we need to commend the voters for turning out to express their choice and really commend PMB for not trying to play funny games. He has so far kept to his promise to ensure free and fair elections. Lets remember that the courts ruled against APC in Bayelsa and Zamfara states and gave the victory to PDP and nothing happened.
      I wish my choice, Professor Soludo a successful rule as his victory is only pending to be announced by God's grace.
      For IPOB, no comment!!!!

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    2. Iyke, very well said!

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    3. @ Iyke, they can not ignore the provisions of the law and just declare a winner

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  11. May the fate of Imo state not befall ndi Anambra. INEC and its paymasters have started the wicked plot. Declare Soludo's victory inconclusive, then pull an Imo-inspired supreme court shenanigan and usurp the people's choice. But this time, their plan will fail.

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  12. Congrats to the winning governor

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  13. #Anambradecides2021
    #Soludowinning

    Congratulations Soludo
    Congratulations Anambra Banyi
    We moveeeeeeeee

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  14. Ihiala has about 148,000 registered voters.Everyone's hope now hangs on Ihiala.Anambrarians,the battle is far from over.What this govt cannot do doesn't exist

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    1. Hmmmmmm!!!!! God pass tgem

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    2. What this govt cannot do EXISTS!! Stop the blasphemy. Haba.

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  15. Anambra ppl are intelligent voters and know what they want. Same with Imo ppl who voted Emeka Ihedioha before Supreme Court started dancing to APC's single. Since then the governor is yet to settle to peaceful administration.

    Evil just does not pay!

    The will of the ppl must prevail!

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  16. The good Lord who started this beautiful work,no snatching of ballot boxes,no unwanton killings, no violence will complete it.. moreover by His grace, affliction shall not arise for the second time.. He is so faithful to fail..

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    1. Amen in Jesus name. The ligt shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it.

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  17. Why are people jiltry over this election? I repeat again, Anambra isn't a push over state. No man born of a woman can destroy her or impose a choice against their collective will. Unless Nigeria want to declare a war by itself, then they should try that nonsense but I believe who ever that is advising them must have told them the implications of what will befall the country if they should thwart the people's mandate.

    Congrats Charles Soludo.... The man who the cap fits.

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    1. Stop displaying your ignorance with confidence. Go read the electoral law and educate yourself.

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    2. Welcome professor.... So what happened in Imo state? Can you explain better for me the electoral law used?

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    3. If your guys had not caused a lot of avoidable trouble and killings of the innocent to the state then maybe the pre-election atmosphere would've been peaceful and just maybe the election might have been concluded by now and a winner announced.
      Trying to sound like a lover of the people.

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    4. The electoral law stipulates that the winner is declared when he wins 25% of the two-third votes.,.if there is more I'm open to be enlightened... Alexander...thanks alot..

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  18. I don't think they will give Soludo this winning πŸ€”πŸ˜•

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    1. Prophetess of doom πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ😝😝

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  19. And while we are rejoicing about the apparent success of Professor Soludo in this election, 2 critical issues need to be remembered and considered.
    One is the fact that People in the South only know how to shout and criticize online but will stay at home on election days, which is why the Northerners have an edge during elections as they really turn up to vote, this is apart from population advantage they have. Turnout in this Anambra election might end up not exceeding 20% to 25% of registered voters, how then can you push your preferred candidate in National elections?.

    2nd point is that the BVAS technology that INEC used for electronic voting only had about 45% success rate in this election and they had to resort to the old manual system , we are not complaining because our preferred candidate won. Online warriors would've seen this as a problem if it was another candidate that won, the same way we would have been shouting if this had happened in a Northern state.
    Food for thought....

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  20. Congratulations Professor Chukwuma Soludo, as an Economist, I salute you Sir. Congratulations to Anambrarians, my people. Make us proud Prof. We pray for more Economists for Nigerian leaders because we know the job and we do it well. Shame on you Andy Uba. Wicked man.

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