Nwoye said Buhari would win the election comfortably in Anambra and other states in the South East.
“Abia is at the confluence of South-South and South East states and it gives us an advantage of a huge catchment population in terms of trade and commerce.
The winners, randomly selected through a digital device for transparency purposes, cut across the bank’s six zones of operations- Lagos, Up-North, Abuja, South-West, South-South and South East.Specifically, in Lagos, Mr. Steven Omomoyesan from Ibeju Lekki branch and Oluwa Kareem Amodi of Burma Road branch, Apapa, emerged winners of N1million each.For the Up-North, Evangeline Ifeoma Muoghalu of Bello Road Branch, Kano State, got N1million, while Umaru Gagi Umaru from Sokoto Branch in Sokoto State, won N2million.
Eze noted that the current target of APC in the state and South East goes beyond the campaign rallies of Buhari to the extent of re-electing him with nothing less than eight million votes in the South East, “which is achievable’’.
We will like you to reflect and want to assure you that we have certainly made some progress on security, it was not the same way it used to be in the South East that it is now, it is not the same even in the Niger-Delta.
Your analysis of the South-South aligning with the North as against the South East is curious.
IPOB has mounted a campaign to boycott elections in the South East.
Though the South East is the third largest ethnic group in Nigeria, it has a tiny land surface area for its burgeoning population.
When Azikiwe Jonathan was there, the South East fared worse.
By Vincent Ujumadu THE Anambra State chairman of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential Campaign Council, Mr Oseloka Obaze yesterday reminded the South East governors that they stood the risk of losing their re-election if President Muhammadu Buhari wins on February 16.