Financial analyst, Peter Mbah, has won the governorship primary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) held on Wednesday in Enugu.
Mbah defeated eight other aspirants after eight withdrew from the election with a total of 790 votes.
Senator Ike Ekweremadu, who had announced his withdrawal from participation, only got one vote.
Announcing the results, Ambuno said “total accredited voters – 812, total vote cast 804, three invalid votes 3”.
Peter Mbah had 790 votes. Chijioke Edeoga had 9 votes, Senator Ike Ekweremadu had one vote, Chienyeaka Ohaa Christian had three votes while Chukwunta Gilbert had one vote
“I. Ambuno as the Chairman of Enugu State Electoral Panel declared Peter Mbah the winner of this election having scored the highest votes. He is now the flagbearer of PDP in Enugu State.”
In his victory speech, Mbah thanked his co-contestants and the governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for making it possible.
He promised to serve the people of Enugu State with sincerity and honesty and to be fair to all and all sections of the state.