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Nigerian Americans NFL draft 2018

Uchenna Nwosu

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The Los Angles Chargers selected linebacker Uchenna Nwosu with the 48th pick in the 2018 draft. He went to school at University of Southern California. Initially Nwosu had difficulty deciding whether he wanted to play football. He played some middle school ball, but quit and did not play until his sophomore year in high school. He was a Los Angeles all-city pick as a senior, earning a scholarship from one of his hometown schools. Nwosu was named a co-MVP of USC along with quarterback Sam Darnold.[3] He was also on the watchlist for the Butkus Award. Following his senior season, he participated in the 2018 Senior Bowl.

Derrick Nnadi

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Defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi was selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the third round of the 2018 NFL draft. He attended Florida State University. Listed at 6-foot-1, 312 pounds, Nnadi is not the largest nose tackle in front of scouts during the 2017 season. Few will outwork him, however, as he was named a third-team All-ACC selection, compiling 56 tackles, 10 for loss, and 3.5 sacks in 13 starts. ACC coaches named him first-team all-conference in 2016 after earning the team's Defensive Most Improved Player award in the spring. Nnadi started 11 of 13 games played, fighting through an early-season ankle injury to be credited with 49 tackles from the middle, 10.5 for loss, and six sacks. He collected third-team all-conference accolades from league media as a sophomore, starting every game (45 tackles, two sacks), following a true freshman campaign that saw him on the field for nine games (18 tackles, six against Georgia Tech's triple-option rushing attack in the ACC Championship Game). Despite his lack of height, Nnadi was considered a top 10 defensive tackle prospect nationally after amassing 33 sacks in his final two years of high school ball.

Chukwuma Okorafor

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Pittsburgh Steelers draft Western Michigan tackle Chukwuma Okorafor in third round. Chukwuma Okorafor is well traveled, living in Nigeria, South Africa, Botswana and Southfield before spending the last four years in Kalamazoo. Okorafor received numerous All-American accolades and a first-team all-conference nod for his play as a senior in 12 starts at the left tackle spot.

Joel Iyiegbuniwe (Agu-Igbo)

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Bears drafted Joel Iyiegbuniwe. Iyiegbuniwe will graduate from the pre-med program at Western Kentucky in May, and he has an eye on one day attending medical school to become a pediatrician. But first he medical education has to wait for NFL career.

Ogbonnia Okoronkwo – Drafted by Rams .

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Former Oklahoma linebacker Ogbonnia Okoronkwo was selected by the Los Angeles Rams with the 160th overall pick during the NFL draft’s fifth round. Ogbonnia "Obo" Okoronkwo was the son of Nigerian immigrants, and a defensive end recruit from Houston Alief Taylor High School before going to Oklahoma. He was also named second-team All-American with Jefferson by the Associated Press for his efforts.

Duke Ejiofor

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Texans selected Wake Forest DE Duke Ejiofor in 6th Round as a defensive end, he will help Texans to facilitate their defensive front. Ejiofor's parents emigrated from Nigeria years ago, and you can tell by Duke and his siblings' names (Prince, Kingsley) that they come from royalty in that country.

Ade Aruna

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Aruna selected by Vikings as Defensive end in the 7th round 2018 draft. The 24-year-old was born in Nigeria and moved to the United States by himself when he was 16. “It was really tough, especially for me,” Aruna said of leaving his family behind in Nigeria. “I’ve been wanting to do something since I was born. My father put a lot of responsibility on me as the fourth child of the house. I wanted to do something that I was going to be proud of for the rest of my life. “So, it was my decision. My parents didn’t have anything to do with it. They just blessed me and wished me good luck on everything,” Aruna added. “I came over just to do something for my family and bring joy to my country and my family.”

Aruna came to the United State from Nigeria to attend high school and play basketball. A coach at La Lumiere High School in Indiana saw Aruna's build and convinced him to play football in his senior season. He received a three-star rating despite only playing one season of football, and Tulane signed him to a scholarship offer. Aruna redshirted in 2013 and played in eight games the following year, making seven tackles with one sack. He gained enough experience in those seasons to start 11 of 12 games as a sophomore, totaling 32 stops, five for loss, three sacks, and two pass breakups. Aruna had his best year in 2016, starting all 12 games, posting 43 tackles, 10 for loss and five sacks. He could only manage 25 tackles and three sacks in 11 starts (12 games played) in 2017.



Nigeria is a federal republic composed of 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). In 2015 citizens elected President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress party to a four-year term in the first successful democratic transfer of power from a sitting president in the country’s history. Civilian authorities did not always maintain effective control over the security services.

The insurgency in the Northeast by the militant terrorist groups Boko Haram and the Islamic State in West Africa (ISIS-WA) continued. The groups conducted numerous attacks on government and civilian targets that resulted in thousands of deaths and injuries, widespread destruction, the internal displacement of approximately 1.8 million persons, and external displacement of an estimated 205,000 Nigerian refugees to neighboring countries, principally Cameroon, Chad, and Niger.

The most significant human rights issues included extrajudicial and arbitrary killings; disappearances and arbitrary detentions; torture, particularly in detention facilities, including sexual exploitation and abuse; use of children by some security elements, looting, and destruction of property; civilian detentions in military facilities, often based on flimsy evidence; denial of fair public trial; executive influence on the judiciary; infringement on citizens’ privacy rights; restrictions on freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and movement; official corruption; lack of accountability in cases involving violence against women and children, including female genital mutilation/cutting and sexual exploitation of children; trafficking in persons; early and forced marriages; criminalization of status and same-sex sexual conduct based on sexual orientation and gender identity; and forced and bonded labor.



“We have seen the light, and we are not going back to darkness!” –  Hon  Sam Okey Mbonu


In a star-studded Event, featuring Hollywood Stars, business executives, and professionals, including notable Los Angeleno’s of Nigerian descent, in California, Hon. Sam Okey Mbonu, was honored as one of the most accomplished Nigerians in the United States,  at a special event in his honor, at the “Airforce One Boardroom at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, California”.

Mbonu is the “first” African leader to be honored at a reception at the famous “Airforce One Boardroom at the Ronal Reagan Presidential Library”.  Mbonu’s recognition was preceded by a reception for the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, on the same day and in the same venue, thus underscoring a shift in global leadership to a newer generation.

Mbonu in his remarks decried the depth at which Nigeria had descended, due to a leadership vacuum at the center.  Mbonu stated that in a globalized world, any failures in leadership in a large country like Nigeria, would be apparently glaring at the world stage.  Mbonu invoked the spirit of Ronald Reagan, America’s greatest president of the 20 Century who’s immortal words were that, "The future does not belong to the fainthearted, it belongs to the Brave".

Mbonu stated that the brave in any given society were those who have the courage to confront systems that held people down, and to restore the dignity of humanity when societies fall short.  Mbonu also called for the new generation of Nigerians to hearken unto the words of former US President Barack Obama who said, that the new generations were “the ones we’ve been waiting for”!

Mbonu recounted his rise from a humble childhood, having been reared by parents who were educators in Nigeria, and his life of public service from a young age, to his accomplishments in the United States, as a Washington DC Policy Advisor, Consultant, and Media Analyst, who provides strategic advisory to US institutions, including the US Conress, Organization of American States, various US institutions, and the media; on Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa matters.

Image result for sam okey mbonuMbonu arrival at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library California

Mbonu is also co-founder of the Washington-based Nigeria and Africa focused Think-Tank, the “Nigerian-American Leadership Council (NAL Council)”; he had also previously served as a “Commissioner for Housing & Community Development in Maryland, United States”.  Mbonu was in 2015 designated a “powerful voice on US-Nigeria matters” by the US media giant MSNBC.  In his remarks, Mbonu regretted that in recent times, the world had watched as Nigeria slowly and hopelessly descended into, strife, chaos, and gory images of murderous religious-fanaticism, on international television.

Mbonu said that based on the situation in Nigeria, he had formed a “presidential exploratory committee”, to offer solutions to Nigeria’s current problems of chronic under-development and strife.  Mbonu stated that his public service in Nigeria would focus on two man areas, “Electric Energy and the provision of sufficient Water Resources across the country.”  Mbonu stated that he would center his public service in Nigeria on what he called “the Power & Water Agenda”; he believes that once electric power is created, the Nigerian economy would quadruple and strife would be reduced to insignificance.


In his conclusion, Mbonu stated: “Some of us have been tried and tested in the most rigorous environment in the world, the United States.  We have integrity, we are clean, we are fresh, and we do not have corruption charges on our neck, anywhere in the world”.

Mbonu further admonished Nigerians, especially the youth, that: “We must all strive to make a difference, and in the immortal words of America’s greatest civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr, “If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward,” because, the river only flows in one direction: “FORWARD”!

Mbonu added,  “We are the one’s Nigeria has been waiting for, we are the 21st Century, we are the digital age, we are the incorruptible, we are global citizens, we have seen the world, we have seen the light, and we are not going back to darkness!”


Every once in a while, a movie arrives right on time.

Earlier this year President Trump insulted people of African heritage when he referred to Haiti and African nations as “shithole countries.” His words were an affront to countless Americans and people across the world; they flew in the face of American values of respect for diversity and opening doors of opportunity to all.

But while the White House is putting down people of African descent, Hollywood is lifting us up — most spectacularly through the release of Disney-Marvel’s new movie, “Black Panther.”

“Black Panther” is a long-awaited film. It brings to life a technologically advanced, culturally rich mecca of Black excellence. It takes place in Wakanda — a fictional, fully autonomous African nation, rich in resources and innovation.

The nation is home to a brilliant ecosystem of black technologists. It is a sight to behold. A cinematic vision of black genius, accomplishment and prosperity that is rarely portrayed. And one I am so excited to witness.

I had the privilege of watching the film while seated in front of Denzel Washington, beside Whoopi Goldberg and in the company of almost every major black actor and celebrity on the east coast: Chris Rock, Gayle King, Tyra Banks, Robin Roberts and more. Denzel was moved to tears by the movie, said he felt like a proud father, and predicted it would make a billion dollars.

This film is a godsend that will lift the self-esteem of black children in the US and around the world for a long time. It shifts the understanding of where the power of African-descended people can come from. It underscores the fact that such power, in the new century, will come from access to technology more than any other source, and will inspire young people of color to pursue technology as a possible career path.

The film also manages to be radically pro-woman without being in the least bit anti-male. And will therefore give young women and men a reason to believe in themselves and their own capacity. There’s good reason for them to think this. Indeed, President Trump might be shocked to learn that parts of real-life Africa, like the fictional Wakanda, are rapidly becoming centers of high-tech innovation.

Some of the biggest tech companies, including Google and Facebook, have expanded their offices to Africa. African companies and entrepreneurs (from Kenya, Nigeria and elsewhere) are global leaders in facilitating e-commerce and internet access. In fact, today there are 314 active tech hubs in 93 countries across Africa.

And in the US, African immigrants employ large numbers of American workers in startups and projects in local tech hubs from coast to coast. In fact, Nigerian immigrants are better educated than white Americans — by far.

According to the US Census Bureau, 43% of African immigrants have college degrees, compared with 23% of the general US population. And nearly two-thirds of Nigerian immigrants in particular have earned college degrees.

They are part of the rising generation of both African and African-American technologists in the United States.There are so many extraordinary groups right here working to open up opportunities for the people that look like those represented in Wakanda. These groups include AI4All (Artificial Intelligence for All), the Hidden Genius Project, Code 2040 and Black Girls Code — and that’s just a piece of it.

Personally, I had the privilege of founding #YesWeCode with Prince in 2014. The initiative came straight out of Prince’s imagination: What if kids from the hood could upload apps instead of just downloading them? So, we got to work.

#YesWeCode has since partnered with the Opportunity Hub in Atlanta to put together a $6 million scholarship for underrepresented youth to pursue coding and other tech skills at We Can Code IT, Code Fellows, Thinkful, and Treehouse. And in 2017, we were able to support 100 young people to realize their dreams of becoming software developers.

We Americans find ourselves at a pivotal moment. On one hand we have our Commander-in-Chief denigrating the value of African countries and immigrants. On the other hand, a new cadre of forward-thinking creatives in Hollywood have produced a magnum opus of black excellence.

We are in the midst of a battle between Donald Trump’s negative vision of Africa (and African-Americans) and Wakanda’s inspiring one. In this contest, those who are on the side of opportunity and inclusivity, of black technologists and innovation, are winning.

A better future beckons, and it’s closer than you think. — (CNN)

Image result for Van JonesVan Jones is a commentor at CNN and former member of President Obama's administration.

President Donald Trump of United States  decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was condemned by 128 countries in a United Nations vote .  Nine countries supported the US' decision, 35 abstained and another 21 did not participate in the vote. Turkey and Yemen co-sponsored the draft resolution which called on all countries to refrain from establishing diplomatic missions in Jerusalem.

All African countries did (green), but for Togo. Absence/Abstaining: Benin, Kenya, Equatorial Guinea, Lesotho, Rwanda, South Sudan, Uganda.


Voted "No" to the resolution: 9




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How Africa and World voted at the UN on Jerusalem status resolution

Abstained: 35

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United Kingdom








President Trump on Wednesday, December 6, 2017  officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, reversing nearly seven  decades of American foreign policy. Mr. Trump made the formal announcement during a speech in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, with Vice President Mike Pence standing behind him.

Below is  transcript of President Trump remarks:

Thank you. When I came into office, I promised to look at the world’s challenges with open eyes and very fresh thinking. We cannot solve our problems by making the same failed assumptions and repeating the same failed strategies of the past. All challenges demand new approaches. My announcement today marks the beginning of a new approach to conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.

In 1995, Congress adopted the Jerusalem Embassy Act urging the federal government to relocate the American Embassy to Jerusalem and to recognize that that city, and so importantly, is Israel’s capital. This act passed congress by an overwhelming bipartisan majority. And was reaffirmed by unanimous vote of the Senate only six months ago.

Yet, for over 20 years, every previous American president has exercised the law’s waiver, refusing to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem or to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital city. Presidents issued these waivers under the belief that delaying the recognition of Jerusalem would advance the cause of peace. Some say they lacked courage but they made their best judgments based on facts as they understood them at the time. Nevertheless, the record is in.

After more than two decades of waivers, we are no closer to a lasting peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. It would be folly to assume that repeating the exact same formula would now produce a different or better result. Therefore, I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. While previous presidents have made this a major campaign promise, they failed to deliver.

Today, I am delivering. I’ve judged this course of action to be in the best interests of the United States of America and the pursuit of peace between Israel and the Palestinians. This is a long overdue step to advance the peace process. And to work towards a lasting agreement. Israel is a sovereign nation with the right, like every other sovereign nation, to determine its own capital. Acknowledging this is a fact is a necessary condition for achieving peace. It was 70 years ago that the United States under President Truman recognized the state of Israel.

Ever since then, Israel has made its capital in the city of Jerusalem, the capital the Jewish people established in ancient times. Today, Jerusalem is the seat of the modern Israeli government. It is the home of the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, as well as the Israeli Supreme Court. It is the location of the official residence of the prime minister and the president. It is the headquarters of many government ministries.

For decades, visiting American presidents, secretaries of State and military leaders have met their Israeli counterparts in Jerusalem, as I did on my trip to Israel earlier this year. Jerusalem is not just the heart of three great religions, but it is now also the heart of one of the most successful democracies in the world. Over the past seven decades, the Israeli people have by the a country where Jews, Muslims and Christians and people of all faiths are free to live and worship according to their conscience and according to their beliefs.

Jerusalem is today and must remain a place where Jews pray at the Western Wall, where Christians walk the stations of the cross, and where Muslims worship at Al Aqsa Mosque. However, through all of these years, presidents representing the United States have declined to officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. In fact, we have declined to acknowledge any Israeli capital at all.

But today we finally acknowledge the obvious. That Jerusalem is Israel’s capital. This is nothing more or less than a recognition of reality. It is also the right thing to do. It’s something that has to be done. That is why consistent with the Jerusalem embassy act, I am also directing the State Department to begin preparation to move the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. This will immediately begin the process of hiring architects, engineers and planners so that a new embassy, when completed, will be a magnificent tribute to peace.

In making these announcements, I also want to make one point very clear. This decision is not intended in any way to reflect a departure from our strong commitment to facilitate a lasting peace agreement.  We want an agreement that is a great deal for the Israelis and a great deal for the Palestinians. We are not taking a position of any final status issues including the specific boundaries of the Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem or the resolution of contested borders. Those questions are up to the parties involved.

The United States remains deeply committed to helping facilitate a peace agreement that is acceptable to both sides. I intend to do everything in my power to help forge such an agreement. Without question, Jerusalem is one of the most sensitive issues in those talks. The United States would support a two-state solution if agreed to by both sides. In the meantime, I call on all parties to maintain the status quo at Jerusalem’s holy sites including the Temple Mount, also known as Haram al-Sharif. Above all, our greatest hope is for peace. The universal yearning in every human soul.

With today’s action, I reaffirm my administration’s longstanding commitment to a future of peace and security for the region. There will, of course, be disagreement and dissent regarding this announcement. But we are confident that ultimately, as we work through these disagreements, we will arrive at a peace and a place far greater in understanding and cooperation. This sacred city should call forth the best in humanity.

Lifting our sights to what is possible, not pulling us back and down to the old fights that have become so totally predictable. Peace is never beyond the grasp of those willing to reach it. So today we call for calm, for moderation, and for the voices of tolerance to prevail over the purveyors of hate. Our children should inherit our love, not our conflicts. I repeat the message I delivered at the historic and extraordinary summit in Saudi Arabia earlier this year: The Middle East is a region rich with culture, spirit, and history. Its people are brilliant, proud and diverse. Vibrant and strong.

But the incredible future awaiting this region is held at bay by bloodshed, ignorance and terror. Vice President Pence will travel to the region in the coming days to reaffirm our commitment to work with partners throughout the Middle East to defeat radicalism that threatens the hopes and dreams of future generations.

It is time for the many who desire peace to expel the extremists from their midsts. It is time for all civilized nations and people to respond to disagreement with reasoned debate, not violence. And it is time for young and moderate voices all across the Middle East to claim for themselves a bright and beautiful future. So today, let us rededicate ourselves to a path of mutual understanding and respect. Let us rethink old assumptions and open our hearts and minds to possible and possibilities.

And finally, I ask the leaders of the region political and religious, Israeli and Palestinian, Jewish and Christian and Muslim to join us in the noble quest for lasting peace. Thank you. God bless you. God bless Israel. God bless the Palestinians and God bless the United States.

Thank you very much. Thank you.

It's official.  After long courtship and dating, Prince Harry  has finally Puts a ring on Meghan Markle’s finger.  Since they started dating  in 2016, they have captivated the whole world with their modest charm. Their getting married has been discussed around the world - Will a prince marry an outsider  from America or  will he sticks with old traditions and obselete values. But Prince has proven that he is a modern man of 21st century cutting  and cast his future with the American beauty and actress  Meghan Markle.

"Prince Harry has just put a new spin on The Special Relationship between the U.K. and the U.S., asking Meghan Markle, his American girlfriend of more than a year, to marry him. Clarence House confirmed early Monday that Prince Harry is to marry Markle, putting an end to months of speculation. Markle, who was married and later divorced, is an actress best known for playing Rachel Zane in the legal drama series “Suits.”

The statement said the couple became engaged earlier this month and the wedding will take place in the spring of next year. They will live in Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace. Clarence House said more details will be announced in due course. The couple, who have been dating since July 2016, made their first public appearance this September at the Invictus Games in Canada. They have mostly avoided the spotlight, although the press and public attention around them has been intense.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh said they are “delighted for the couple and wish them every happiness.” The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said they are very excited for Prince Harry and Markle. “It has been wonderful getting to know Meghan and to see how happy she and Harry are together.” Meghan Markle’s parents Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland said: “We are incredibly happy for Meghan and Harry. Our daughter has always been a kind and loving person. To see her union with Harry, who shares the same qualities is a source of great joy for us as parents.”

Last November, Kensington Palace issued a warning in response to media reports about Markle’s personal life, and the racy sex scenes she’s filmed as a character in “Suits.” The stories also quoted family members who called her a social climber. “Prince Harry is worried about Ms. Markle’s safety and is deeply disappointed that he has not been able to protect her. It is not right that a few months into a relationship with him that Ms. Markle should be subjected to such a storm,” the statement read.

“He knows commentators will say this is ‘the price she has to pay’ and that ‘this is all part of the game.’ He strongly disagrees. This is not a game — it is her life and his. He has asked for this statement to be issued in the hopes that those in the press who have been driving this story can pause and reflect before any further damage is done. “He knows that it is unusual to issue a statement like this, but hopes that fair-minded people will understand why he has felt it necessary to speak publicly.” Once the statement came out, it was crystal clear that Harry had met his future wife."


Credits:  Samantha Conti,WWD and Afripol

Governor Willie Obiano of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, has won the 2017 governorship election in Anambra State.
Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC  announced the results few minutes ago, 
AFRIPOL has earlier projected incumbent  Governor Willie Obiano as the winner of Anambra polls of Saturday November 18 2017 election


Complete Results  of the votes in various local government areas :

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 1st Official Result

1. Njikoka Local Government Area

APGA- 16,944 -WINNER

APC-  5, 756

PDP-  3, 477

UPP-  108

Registered Voters, 88,793

Accredited Voters, 28,346

Total Valid Votes - 26,844

Rejected Votes- 1,453

Total Vote  Cast - 28,297

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 2nd Official Result

2. Dunukofia LGA


APC- 7, 016

PDP- 1,530

UPP- 12

Registered Voters: 63, 861

Accredited Voters:18, 632

Total Valid Votes:17, 508

Rejected Votes: 1,094

Total Votes Cast: 18,602

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 3rd Official Result

3. Awka South LGA

APGA- 18,957 -WINNER

APC- 6,167

PDP- 5,354

UPP- 150

Registered Voters, 149, 279

Accredited Voters- 36,114

Total Valid Votes- 31,365

Rejected Votes - 1,905

Total Votes Cast - 3,3270

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 4th Official Result

4. Ayamelum LGA

APGA- 14,593 -WINNER

APC- 5,412

PDP- 2,323

UPP- 77

Registered Voters - 60,034

Accredited Voters - 23,837

Total Valid Votes - 22,646

Rejected Votes - 989

Total Votes Cast - 23,635

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 5th Official Result

5. Anaocha LGA


APC- 5,297

PDP- 6,554

UPP- 146

Registered Voters - 89,515

Accredited Voters - 25,474

Total Valid Votes - 23,771

Rejected Votes - 1,520

Total Votes Cast - 25,291

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 6th Official Result

6. Orumba South LGA


APC- 3,888

PDP- 2,412

UPP- 465

Registered Voters - 63,149

Accredited Voters - 16,528

Total Valid Votes - 15,327

Rejected Votes - 1,117

Total Votes Cast - 16,477

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 8th Official Result

8. Aguata LGA

APGA- 13,167 -WINNER

APC- 5,807

PDP- 4,073

UPP- 280

Registered Voters - 12,109

Accredited Voters - 27,383

Total Valid Votes - 25,524

Rejected Votes - 1,713

Total Votes Cast - 27,237

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 9th Official Result

9. Onitsha North LGA.


APC- 3,808

PDP- 4,143

UPP- 435

Registered Voters - 127,865

Accredited Voters - 20,806

Total Valid Votes - 19,054

Rejected Votes - 1,413

Total Votes Cast - 20,467

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 11th Official Result

11. Idemili South LGA.


APC - 4,063

PDP - 2,629

UPP - 600

Registered Voters - 94,197

Accredited Voters - 14,205

Total Valid Votes - 13,438

Rejected Votes - 734

Total Votes Cast - 14,172.

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 13th Official Result

12. Oyi LGA

APGA- 11,840 -WINNER

APC- 5085

PDP-  1,296

UPP- 111

Registered Voters - 89,157

Accredited Voters - 19,931

Total Valid Votes - 18,674

Rejected Votes - 1, 069

Total Votes Cast - 19,743

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 13th Official Result

13. Orumba North LGA.


APC- 3,551

PDP - 3,865

UPP - 190

Registered Voters - 79,022

Accredited Voters - 18, 339

Total Valid Votes - 16,906

Rejected Votes - 1,158

Total Votes Cast - 18,064.

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 14th Official Result

14. Awka North LGA

APGA - 7,162 -WINNER

APC - 3,727

PDP- 3,347

UPP - 92

Registered Voters - 54, 390

Accredited Voters - 16,119

Total Valid Votes - 14,685

Rejected Votes - 1,126

Total Votes Cast - 15,811.

#AnambraDecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 15th Official Result

15. Onitsha South LGA

APGA - 7,052 -WINNER

APC - 2,012

PDP - 3,423

UPP - 471

Registered Voters - 145,876

Accredited Voters - 14,634

Total Valid Votes - 13,419

Rejected Votes - 668

Total Votes Cast - 14,087.

18. Anambra East LGA.

APGA - 20,510 -WINNER

APC - 5,248

PDP - 1,132

UPP - 53

Registered Voters - 72,886

Accredited Voters - 29,299

Total Valid Votes - 27,261

Rejected Votes - 1,269

Total Votes Cast - 28,530

#Anambradecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 19th Official Result

19. Nnewi North LGA.

APGA - 10,845 - WINNER

APC- 3,616

PDP - 4,157

UPP - 462

Registered Voters -115, 662

Accredited Voters - 21,880

Total Valid Votes - 19,575

Rejected Votes - 1,359

Total Votes Cast - 20,934.

#Anambradecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 20th Official Result

20. Anambra West


APC - 4,261

PDP - 1,578

UPP - 207

Registered Voters - 51,012

Accredited Voters - 15,628

Total Valid Votes - 14, 515

Rejected Votes - 1,005

Total Votes Cast - 15,520.

#Anambradecides2017 @inecnigeria declares 21st Official Result

21. Idemili North

APGA - 12,180 -WINNER

APC - 4632

PDP - 27767

UPP - 2,847

Registered Voters - 178,538

Accredited Voters -25,254

Total Valid Votes - 22,880

Rejected Votes - 1,661

Total Votes Cast - 24,541.

AFRIPOL is Projecting incumbent Gov. Obiano as the Winner Of Anambra Gubernatorial election based on the exit polls and early released election results. It is not official yet because National Electoral Commission (INEC) has not officially announce the result of the Saturday November 18 2017 election.   Governor performed very well both at rural and urban areas of Anambra State.   Obiano of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), has  met requirements needed to win Anambra governorship election and has  won more than 13 out of 21 local governmen in the state



Unofficial Results:

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Oyi LG Final Result:

APC = 5,085

APGA = 11,840

PDP= 1,296


Idemili South LG Final Result:

APC = 4,063

APGA = 5,742

PDP= 2,629


Ayamelum LGA final result

APGA 14,593

APC 5,412

PDP 2,323


Anambra East LGA final result

APGA 20,500

APC 5,248

PDP 1, 13


Njikoka LGA final result

APGA 16,944

APC 5,756

PDP 3,477


Awka south LGA final result

APGA 20,140

APC 6,122

PDP 5,490


Aguata LGA final result

APGA 13,167

APC 5, 807

PDP 4,073


Orumba South LGA final result

APGA 8,125

APC 3,838

PDP 2,412


Anaocha LGA final result

APGA 11, 237

PDP 6, 554

APC 5,297


Ogbaru LGA final result

APGA 6,615

PDP 4,430

APC 3,412


Orumba North LGA

APGA 8152

PDP 3522

APC 3501


#AnambraDecides2017: Nnewi North, Nnewi Ichi Ward 2

Pu 003

Rejected vote 2


APC 16

PDP 21


#AnambraDecides2017: Unit 23 Abatete Ward 02 Idemili North


PDP. 11

APC. 20

#AnambraDecides2017: Nnewi north

Nnewi Ichi ward 2

PU 003

Rejected vote 2


APC 16

PDP 21

Upp 1

PU 005

APC 14


APp 1


PDP 14


UPp 3

Rejected 14

Nnewi ichi ward 2

PU 012

APC 27


PDP 51


Rejected 12

Ebonyi State traditional council of rulers have conferred Igbo titles on President Muhammadu Buhari during his visit to Ebonyi State. President Buhari was named:  ‘Enyioma 1 of Ebonyi and Ochioha Ndi Igbo 1’ .

"Igbo is Nigeria and Nigeria is Igbo. Both are Inseparable."
-  President Buhari






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