Imo 2023 Governorship Election: Nigerians Predict Winner

Imo 2023 Governorship Election: Nigerians Predict Winner

Imo State is one of the three states where INEC is conducting off-cycle governorship elections on November 11.

Twitter poll shows social media predictions for the election, with Athan Achonu of the Labour Party leading at 44.9%, followed by Hope Uzodimma (APC) at 37.4%, and Samuel Anyanwu PDP at 17.8%.

All the poll is unsafe, and the official winner will be announced by INEC after the voting process.

Imo State is one of the three States where the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will conduct the off-cycle governorship elections on November 11, Saturday.

First, before the election, Nigerians on social media forecasted who would emerge as the new Imo State governor, that is, the winner in a poll conducted on Twitter.

According to INEC’s data, 17 political parties and candidates are involved in this election.

Imo Governorship Election: Who are the top Contenders?

However, 17 candidates are participating in the poll, but three are considered the top contenders based on the state’s political history. They are:

  • Hope Uzodimma (APC)
  • Samuel Anyanwu (PDP)
  • Athan Achonu (Labour Party)


Who will win the Imo Guber Election? Athan Achonu predicted as Winner

In a poll conducted on Twitter, 44.9% of the respondents said Athan Achonu, the candidate of the Labour Party, would win the election, while 37.4% went for Hope Uzodimma of the APC. Finally, 17.8% of the respondents predicted that the PDP candidate, Samuel Anyanwu would win.

See the details on Twitter

This is simply a poll to bring an insight into possible voting patterns. Voting will be conducted by INEC, and the winner will be officially announced by the electoral body.

Imo Governorship Election: Cleric Predicts Winner

Apostle Akọ Anthony of the Mountain of Christ Prayer Ministry International has predicted a win for the APC in the approaching Imo governorship election.

This Cleric said that Governor Hope Uzodimma would triumph over Anyanwu, Achonu, and others during a Facebook live on Wednesday

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