Rescheduled Primaries: Okorocha’s son-in-law gets 4,815 votes Hope Uzodinma zero

Posted by News Express | 6 October 2018 | 1,398 times

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•Okorocha speaking at the APC presidential primary in Imo state - Photo: Jude Aguguo Owuamanam

Voting commenced in the rescheduled All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary election with Imo Rochas Governor Okorocha son-in-law Uche Nwosu in early lead.

The APC electoral committee arrived Imo state yesterday and immediately addressed the aspirants where they were intimated with the guidelines for the election.

At the Eziama Obaire ward where the APC aspirant, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu voted, there was a massive turn out of members of the party who lined up and voted.

Announcing the results from the Ward, the Returning Officer, Festus Ezeama, said the Nwosu scored 4815, while Hope Uzodinma scored zero. Other contestants, Eze Madumere scored zero, while Jude Ejiogu and Chima Anozie also scored zero respectively.

Jude Aguguo Owuamanam, Owerri

•Sourced from a Daily Trust report


Source: News Express

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