July 20, 2024

Edo 2024 APC Ticket: Anamero Dismises Okpebholo’s Claim, Says He Came First, Idahosa Second

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Anamero Dekeri, claims victory

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A Federal legislator representing Etsako Federal Constituency, Mr. Anamero Dekeri, this Sunday, February 18, 2024, dismissed the claims by Senator Monday Okpebholo that he won yesterday’s All Progressives Congress, APC primary election in Edo State.

The petroleum dealer while declaring himself as winner, explained that he scored 25,382 vote to come first, while his colleague in the ‘Green Chamber’, Mr. Dennis Idahosa scored 14,127 votes to come second.

The bizarre announcement had a certain ‘Ojo Babatunde’ who claimed to be acting on behalf of “…all the local government returning officers”, said that Dekeri polled 25,384 votes to beat Dennis Idahosa who polled 14,127 votes to second place.

The result declared by Babatunde did not allocate any votes to Okpebholo who was seen in a video that was recorded in a private home, being declared winner by some unidentified persons.

“Hon. Dekeri having met the requirements of the law and scored the highest valid votes cast have been declared winner of the election and returned elected.” Babatunde has been reported to have said.

The APC Edo Primary Election Election Governor Hope Uzodima Uzodinma, had declared Mr. Dennis Idahosa as the winner of the primary election.

The Imo governor said Idahosa polled 40,483 votes to defeat other contestants, and the national chairman, Abdullahii Ganduje, last night congratulated him and urged other aspirants to work for APC in the state in the September 2024 governorship poll.

Read Also: Edo 2024 APC Primary: Ganduje Congratulates Idahosa, Directs Other Aspirants to Work for Party’s Interest

2 thoughts on “Edo 2024 APC Ticket: Anamero Dismises Okpebholo’s Claim, Says He Came First, Idahosa Second

  1. Midwest Times, your bias in this whole Edo APC primaries issue has been made so nauseatingly obvious. For any organization that has a modicum of self respect or integrity, even if you had your preferences, you could at least have pretended to be neutral for the purpose of your readers. You’re gleefully dwelling on the negatives arising from the primaries, most of which are only a figment of your imagination. That the state SWC. has thrown their weight behind Okpebholo has not appeared anywhere in your reports.
    Please, as a regular and avid reader of your newsletter, I urge you, for the purpose of maintaining your credibility and integrity, balance your report.

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