Evidence Suggesting that Willie Obiano Posseses Double Voters Card Surfaces [Document Attached]
The governorship ambition of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate in the November 16 gubernatorial election in Anambra state, Mr Willie Obiano hangs in the balance as evidence of his double registration surface.
Though an Anambra High Court had on November 5, 2013 dismissed the petition brought before Justice D. O. C. Amaechina pleading the court to disqualify the gubernatorial hopeful from standing election for allegedly possessing double voter’s cards, latest revelation indicates that the judgment may have been handed in error.
Following speculations that the defendant who hails from Aguleri in Anambra North Senatorial District may have registered twice in readiness for the coming elections, the plaintiff, Chuma Tony Oli, had dragged Mr. Obiano and APGA to court, pleading for his disqualification from the race.
But Justice Amaechina threw out the case for lack of merit and upheld that Chief Obiano, the 1st defendant had “fulfilled the conditions set out for qualification to the office of the Governor of a state as provided by section 117 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 as amended. The Judge further emphasized that the APGA candidate does not come within the ambit of any of the disqualifying conditions set out in section 182 of the 199 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
However new information shows conclusive evidence of Willie Obiano’s double registration.
Although the Willie Obiano campaign team have consistently denied that Willie Obiano had in double registration, the latest information shows that Obiano on August 21, 2013 at 2:2:18pm, was issued one voters card, VIN = 90F5B12B88377091121.
Two weeks later, on September 3, 2013, Willie Obiano was issued another voters card, VIN = 90F5B15E7D378200332.
For both voters cards, he used the same address – No 1 Chief Willie Obiano Street, Otuocha.
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