BY ENYIM ENYIM, ONITSHA

The Independent National Electoral Commission in Anambra state has declared former minister of state for transport and Peoples Democratic Party candidate for Anambra north senatorial zone, Prince John Emeka the winner of the senatorial election held in the area, Saturday.

Emeka was declared winner having polled 60,788 votes to defeat his closest opponent, Mrs Joy Emodi of the All Progressive Grand Alliance who polled 54,060 while the Action Congress of Nigeria whose name was not mentioned scored 17, 849.

The INEC returning officer, Mr Jones Okeke who declared the result at Onitsha north local government announced that the Onitsha north and south federal constituency was won by the APGA candidate, Mr Cyril Egwuatu who polled 13,656 while Gozie Agbakoba of the ACN and Tabansi Okoye of ADC scored 10,387 and 8,692 respectively.

According to the returning officer, the total votes cast was 24, 567.



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Comment by Okey-Ezeufo chidera on April 10, 2011 at 9:21pm
Wat is happening to the anambra central result
Comment by sonoiki anuoluwapo on April 10, 2011 at 9:19pm
thank God, this election is free, fair and transparent. Kudos to jega.
Comment by Eric E. Nwandu on April 10, 2011 at 8:48pm
Let wait till the end all the election for talk of free and fair.
Comment by Idowu olumuyiwa omotayo on April 10, 2011 at 8:46pm
Can anybody give me detail report about ogun state NASS poll report
Comment by Uchechukwu Benedict Udeze on April 10, 2011 at 8:18pm
I think the election was free and fair

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