Okorocha Congratulates Uche Nwosu On His Victory In The APC Guber Primary

Okorocha Congratulates Uche Nwosu On His Victory In The APC Guber Primary

…Commends The State’s Governorship Primary Election Committee For Doing A Thorough Job

…And Thanks Imo APC Members For Choosing Chief Nwosu

Okorocha Congratulates Uche Nwosu On His Victory In The APC Guber Primary

Governor Rochas Okorocha has Congratulated Chief Uche Nwosu over his Victory in the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary election in the State and described his Victory as a good omen for the party, with regard to the 2019 election.

The governor also Commended members of the State’s governorship primary election Committee for doing a thorough job with regard to the Conduct of the Primary, and described them as Patriotic Nigerians and lovers of the democratic culture of one man, one vote.

He equally thanked the members of APC in the State for coming out in their large numbers to vote for Uche Nwosu in the primary and added that Chief Nwosu will not disappoint the party, its members and Imo people in general.

He remarked that Politicians who are always afraid of proper voting in an election should better quit because the unfortunate act of carrying ballot boxes and Stealing result sheets to write non-existent results won’t flourish in APC.

The result of the governorship primary election was announced at the APC State Secretariat at Imo State University round-about by the Secretary of the Committee, Barr. Henry Idahagbon with seven other members of the Committee in attendance including, Hon. Kashim Mohammed, Alhaji Sadique Gebe, Mr. Joseph Enyiukpo, Hon. Yakassai Muktar, Dr. Ahmed Aminu, Chief Charles Nwabueze and Engr. Forte Dike.

According to the results announced by Barr. Idahagbon, Senator Hope Uzodinma had 9,159 votes, Hon. Uche Nwosu – 455, 655 votes, Prince Eze Madumere – 5,067 votes, Sir Jude Ejiogu – 2,171 votes, Sir George Eche – 638 votes, Barr. Chima Anozie – 595 votes, Air Commodore Peter Gbujie – 9,351 votes, Mr. Chris Nlemoha – 556 votes and Engr. Chuks Ololo – 700 votes.

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