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Ex-teacher wins APGA governorship ticket in Bayelsa

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Former teacher Mr. Waibodei Subiri has won the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship ticket for the upcoming gubernatorial election in Bayelsa State.

He defeated his opponent Tati Sesei Efebo in the delegate election conducted in Yenagoa, the state capital, with 92 votes to Efebo’s 70.

The Chairman of the electoral panel for APGA in Bayelsa State, Engr. Uche Onyemere, commended the delegates for their conduct during and after the election.

He also thanked both contestants for their sportsmanship, which he said would help unite the party towards achieving its goals.

In his acceptance speech, Mr. Subiri emphasized the importance of involving the youth in governance.

He stated that his administration would prioritize the youth, as he believes that getting a greater percentage of them involved in governance is the only way to achieve a better state.

The State Chairman of APGA, Brisibe Kpodoh, described the party as a big and responsible family.

He credited the party’s success in conducting the election without rancor to its internal mechanisms.

First runner-up Tati Sesei Efebo also praised the party’s transparent and credible election process.

The APGA candidate will face off against candidates from other political parties in the November 11 gubernatorial election in Bayelsa State.

Mr. Subiri’s victory is a significant milestone for APGA in the state, as it seeks to increase its presence and influence in Bayelsa politics.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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