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Imo Guber Elections: INEC declares Rochas Okorocha winner – Deceitful & corrupt Ohakim dumped like a filthy rag by Imo voters

All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, governorship candidate, Rochas Okorocha,  has won the Imo state gubernatorial elections.

The final results announced by INEC Saturday morning, showed that the APGA candidate scored 336,859 votes with the incumbent governor Ikedi Ohakim scoring 290,490 votes.

Supplementary governorship election were supposed to be held, yesterday, in four local councils and one ward in Imo State. However, election  did not hold in Oguta local govt due to security threat.

19 candidates contested for the governorship position in the state.

Prof. Hillary  Odoagah, Vice Chancellor of Michael Opara University  of Agriculture Umudike and INEC’s Returning Officer, announced the results.

Summary of results

ACN- 107,068 votes

ANPP-3,313

APGA-336,859

APS-364

CDC-447

CPC-3063

DPP-563

LP-1549

NCP-790

PDP-290,490

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