According to available information, top on the demand of Wike for truce with Abubakar is the sacking of Senator Ayu
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In an interaction with newsmen recently in Abakaliki, the State capital, Odo maintained that the suffering masses of Ebonyi State across social groups formed the structure to drive the Party to victory.
They vowed to deliver the party in all strata of leadership positions in the upcoming 2023 general election in the state.
Chief Ogboru picked the party’s ticket after an affirmation vote at the primary election, held on Sunday at Effurun.
His emergence followed the governorship primary organised by the Electoral Committee, led by Chief Uchenna Okagbue.
He polled 283 votes to defeat other contestants, including his closest rival, Etigwe Uwa (SAN), who scored 148 votes.
Senator Abaribe had on Friday announced his resignation from the Peoples Democratic Party and joining of APGA.
The State Chairman of APGA, Ricky Okorouka, said this at its expanded Executive Council meeting in Abakaliki on Saturday.
In a text of speech on joining the party on Thursday, in Enugu, Nweke said his reasons for joining APGA anchored on some core principles of the existence and purposes of government and political power, which depicts the party.
The advice by the political pressure group came in a statement after the successful conduct of the governorship poll
The INEC Returning Officer for the election, Prof. Florence Obi, made the declaration in the early hours of Wednesday
Ozigbo, who spoke with newsmen on Monday, said the All Progressives Grand Alliance candidate was still defeatable
The Independent National Electoral Commission has announced results of 19 out of the 21 LGAs in the state.
This was as the INEC announced that collation of results at the State level will commence on Sunday as voting goes on in other areas
The former Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria voted at 5:10pm at Isuofia Ward 13, Unit 002, Aguata Local Government Area.
The election, which comes up today has Obiano’s party, All Progressives Grand Alliance, fielding Charles Soludo, as candidate
Although a soldier was shot during the shootout, there were unconfirmed reports that no fewer than six people lost their lives, while several people were injured.
Also in the 18 candidates list published on Thursday were Prof. Chukwuma Soludo of the All Progressives Grand Alliance and Senator Andy Uba of the All Progressives Congress.
Ralph Nwosu, National Chairman of the party, said this at a news conference on Tuesday in Awka.
The commission also named Andy Uba, who won the controversial primaries of the All Progressives Congress, as the candidate of the party.