According to "DAILY POST", Ifeanyi Ubah, the governorship candidate of the Young Progressive Party(YPP), said he would emerge the winner of the poll, in the Anambra State gubernatorial election, about to hold next month, November 6, 2021.
According to Ubah, his knowledge in law will help him as the next governor of Anambra State.
He spoke with journalists after he was awarded a bachelor of law degree, at the Baze University in Abuja.
The Anambra South senator, said he was able to combine his academic, and legislative activities because he set had set his agenda, and always ensured that his priorities were always right.
Quoting From Ifeanyi Ubah's Own Statement As Related To The News:
"Politics come with a lot of things, and there is Cheap propaganda in all that there are saying."
"I am a lover of knowledge, and I will continue to study and acquire more certificates."
"The law degree, for instance, would assist me more as governor of Anambra State."
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