Anambra Guber Poll: See What Is Happening Now Across 21 LGAs In Anambra [PHOTOS]

On November 18, 2017 32 Comments

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has commenced the distribution of materials in the Registration Area Centres (RAC) across the 21 local government areas of Anambra.

In Awka South Local Government, the distribution commenced at Ogbugbankwasa ward 2 registration area at 7.43 a.m.

The Presiding Officer, Philomena Mkesa, said that INEC would reach the polling units in the area by 8 a.m to commence accreditation.

No fewer than 2,158,171 electorate would vote in Saturday’s governorship election with 36 political parties fielding candidates.


The four major gladiators in the election are the All Progressive Grand Alliance’s Willie Obiano, who is the incumbent governors and the All Progressives Congress’s Tony Nwoye.

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The others are the People’s Democratic Party’s Oseloka Obaze and United Progressive Party’s Osita Chidoka.

Anambra has 21 council areas, 326 registration areas, 4,608 polling units and 731 voting points.

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Comments (32)

  1. Solomon Eva says:

    Shame to anyone with unemployed graduate in his or her house and still go out to vote. That person should be ashamed of him or her self. Such family should be more annoyed than IPOB. Ask all these politicians if their children are unemployed or even stay in Nigeria?

  2. Godswill Arunsi Ulu says:

    This is to show that the real power belongs to the People and not the poli(thief)ticians.

    The people decide who gets and controls what. They have taken people for granted for too long, now the people are out to take them for granted too!!!

  3. Idris Mahmood Aliyu says:

    If nobody comes out , u should prepare to have a sole administrator from kano. It is very very simple. We will not beg anybody to come out and cast his or her vote. Prepare to have my brother from kano as a result. Yeahhhhhhhhhhhh. Nagode Allah , ya samu nassara wallahi.

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