Senator Andy Uba, the APC Gubernatorial Candidate in the Recently held Anambra State Election has assured his Supporters not to panic as he would reclaim his mandate at the Court of Law. This is the first time Uba would held a meeting after the Anambra 2021 Governorship Poll.
According to a report by Daily Post, He Spoke during a Media Parley where he met with his Loyalists and Members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the State. Uba who emerged Third behind Professor Charles Soludo of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) who won the Election argued that impossible for him to have lost the Election when APGA Ward Chairmen Decamped to the APC few weeks to the Election.
The Ex-Senator also expressed confindent that he will retrieve his mandate through legal means. Also Speaking at the Meeting, Uba's Running Mate, Barrister Emeka Okafor blamed INEC for irregularities and manipulations during the Election. Okafor alleged that INEC did not come to his Polling Unit until 3pm on the Election Day while Voting ended by 4pm.
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