National chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, Chief Victor Oye, has said the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) would continue to win elections in Anambra state.
He said the state had been and would remain an APGA party state, insisting that no other party could win elections in the state.
Addressing newsmen after casting his vote in his Ebeagbu ward polling unit, Awka, Oye expressed confidence of resounding victory in the House of Assembly election in the state.
He attributed the party loss in the last Presidential and National Assembly elections to what he called sentiments, saying it would not repeat itself in Saturday’s poll.
He said, “APGA is controlling and will continue to control a comfortable majority in the house. There is no other political party in Anambra state.
“The only party here is APGA. Forget about PDP and APC. They are just pretenders. They can’t win any competitive election in the state.
“What happened two weeks ago was a contraption. It wouldn’t be a parameter to measure the performance of APGA.
“People voted emotionally and had their eyes set somewhere and followed that line and satisfied themselves.
“I don’t have problems with that. There’s one thing I believe in life, whatever will be, will be.”
The APGA boss said he was impressed with the level of turnout of voters, describing the process as smooth, peaceful and credible.
“There is massive turnout of voters. It’s even higher than the first time. I’m very optimistic that their votes will count and the will of the people will prevail at the end of the day,” he added.