Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano, has rejected results of the National Assembly election in the state where the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, won all the seats.
Obiano declared yesterday that the results did not by any stretch of imagination reflect the expressed will of Ndi Anambra and therefore stands out as a monumental electoral injustice to the people.
The governor, who is the Board of Trustees, BoT Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, expressed his views through the Commissioner for Information and Culture, Chief Tony Onyima.
Obiano said the results were in total violation of the sovereign will of Ndi Anambra and stands out as a travesty to “our people’s clamour for social justice and equitable representation in national politics.
“We appeal to Ndi Anambra, all APGA members and lovers of democracy to remain calm and law abiding while we try to redress these injustices.
“We therefore call on the Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC in Anambra State to urgently look into our complaints with a view to ensuring immediate redress that will restore the faith of Ndi Anambra in the democratic process as well as the inevitable triumph of the supremacy of the will of the people in the democratic culture,’’ he said.
Also, the Anambra South Senatorial candidate of APGA, Dr. Ernest Ndukwu, has urged the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, not to present the Certificate of Return to Senator Andy Uba in the said election as it would be a travesty of justice.
Ndukwu claimed that he won the election on the first ballot at the polls and lamented that the PDP massively rigged the poll.
He however thanked his supporters in the senatorial zone and urged them to be calm.
Ndukwu lamented that the will of the people was subverted at the collation centre by a few after a properly conducted election.

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