The Independent National Electoral Commission on Sunday declared Chief Willie Obiano of the All Progressives Grand Alliance winner of the governorship election in Anambra State.
This followed the completion of the supplementary election in the state on Saturday in areas where it did not hold on November 16.
Declaring the result, the Chief Returning Officer of the election, Prof. James Epoke, said the APGA candidate scored 180,178 votes to win the election.
Epoke said Tony Nwonye of the Peoples Democratic Party and Senator Chris Ngige of the All Progressives Congress scored 97,700 and 95,963 votes to emerge second and third respectively.
Ifeanyi Ubah of the Labour Party came fourth with 37,495 votes and Chief Godwin Ezeemo, the candidate of the Progressive Peoples Alliance clinched the fifth position with 5,120 votes.
Results from INEC showed that of the 1,776,167 registered voters in the state, 465,891 people accredited and total vote cast was 442,242.
The results also showed that 16,988 votes were voided and valid votes were 425,254.
Epoke said: “To declare a winner, the candidate must score 25 per cent vote in two-third of local government.
“Having satisfied this condition, Chief Willie Obiano is now returned winner.”