‘There Is Joy In The Land’ — Soludo Speaks On Election Victory

‘There Is Joy In The Land’ — Soludo Speaks On Election Victory

‘There Is Joy In The Land’ — Soludo Speaks On Election Victory
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Governor-elect of Anambra, Professor Charles Soludo has recommended the Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) for making certain that the recently-concluded election was free and honest.

Florence Obi, returning officer for the state, introduced Soludo as winner of the election at 1:51 am on Wednesday.

Soludo, whereas delivering his acceptance speech shortly after the outcome was introduced, thanked his household, in addition to leaders and members of APGA for his or her help.

He additionally prayed for the repose of the souls of the three cops and different individuals who had been killed when he was attacked by gunmen throughout his marketing campaign.

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The previous governor of the Central Financial institution of Nigeria (CBN) recommended the judiciary, President Muhammadu Buhari and safety companies for “ensuring a level-playing field”.

He additionally urged different candidates to work with him to carry sustainable growth to the state.

“With utmost humility and gratitude to God, I accept the result of the Anambra governorship election. This reflects the supreme will of the Almighty God and an overwhelming sacred mandate of the people,” he stated.

“For 12 years since the massive clamour by the people of Anambra for us to serve them, we persevered till this divine moment. This is a divine journey whose time has come. To God be all the glory and adoration.

“The run-up to this election and the election itself tested the resilience and the integrity of our federal institutions. Many times, there were tensions, especially as one party boasted that it must ‘take or conquer Anambra by all means’. Our institutions proved again and again that this country can achieve eminent greatness when our institutions rise to the occasion.

“Aside from the initial hitches from the operations of the BVAS machines in some places, including at my polling unit, the election has been adjudged as the most peaceful, free, fair and credible. There is joy in the land. Kudos to INEC.

“To my fellow candidates in the election, I wish to congratulate you for the gallant contest. Our people have spoken overwhelmingly and surely, that voice is the voice of God. The ultimate winner is the Anambra people. We are all winners.

“I hereby extend my hand of fellowship to all of you; I need all of you to succeed. Politics aside, we are all brothers. Let’s come together for the project, Anambra. There is enough room for everyone to contribute in the service of our homeland.”

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