Senator-elect for Abia North and former state governor, Orji Kalu, said on Thursday that he had put his political enmity with his successor, Senator Theodore Orji, behind him and was prepared to work harmoniously with him in the Senate.
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The Independent National Electoral Commission has said that the commission has no issues with the result of Saturday’s National Assembly polls in Abia North Senatorial District.
A former Governor of Abia State and All Progressives Congress candidate for Abia North Senatorial District, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, has been declared the winner of the election.
Retired Deputy Inspector General of Police Azubuko Udah has said Abia North Senatorial District cannot afford a docile senator to represent it again.
Former Governor of Abia State and All Progressives Congress senatorial candidate for Abia North Senatorial District, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, has kick started his campaign in Arochukwu for the 2019 election with a promise for quality and responsive representation.
A coalition of youth groups in Abia State under the aegis of Abia Youth Coalition Movement has galvanized grassroots support for the senatorial bid of former Abia State Governor and All Progressives Congress candidate for Abia North Senatorial District, Dr. Orji Kalu.
A renowned oil merchant, Uche Ogah, on Wednesday emerged the winner of a keenly contested governorship primary of the All Progressives Congress in Abia.
Ahead of the 2019 general elections, 7,000 Nigerian youths are currently contributing N1,000 each to buy the nomination form for former Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, to contest for Abia North Senatorial District seat.
In a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, the party expressed fears over the safety of the senator, who represents Abia North Senatorial District.
Speaking at the backdrop of the 19th anniversary of democracy in the country, Ohuabunwa told News Agency of Nigeria that because God was with the Nigeria, it would overcome prevailing hard times sooner than later.
NAN correspondents, who monitored the exercise, report that although electoral materials arrived at the polling centres as early as 7am, voting could not start until about 9.30am when eligible voters turned up to cast their votes