By JOHN Meziem
A former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Charles Soludo, Wednesday won the Governorship primary of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) held at Akwa.
He won the other three aspirants by polling a total of 740 votes.
Ezenwankwo Christopher,who garnered 41 votes came second,Okolo Damien Christopher came third with seven votes while Chief Ibeh Thank God came fourth with four votes.
The Returning officer ,Deacon Sampson Segun Olarenwo said a total of 812 delegates are supposed to participate in the election,795 were accredited and 792 voted.
Olanrewaju declared Soludo winner after scoring the highest number of valid votes.