From Princely Onyenwe
Following the latest United States of America midterm election results released by the Electoral College, it was confirmed that Nigerian Americans dominated the states, winning and casting the highest votes.
The US midterm election was held in all states to determine the actual winners through a smooth voting process.
States including Minnesota, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Washington DC have been swamped by Nigerian-American voters who beat their rivals by a wide margin, as gathered by 9News Nigeria.
There is no doubt that Nigerians won important votes in the midterm elections just concluded.
Because of this, awards have arrived from various Nigerian camps to this day.
President Buhari has offered his heartfelt congratulations to these high-profile NIGERIANS who have made the country proud in the United States of America, where they have measured up against other political rivals and thrived.
It will interest our readers that the following politicians won:
Segun Adeyina became Georgia State Representative in District 110.
Gabe Okoye became the Georgia State Representative in District 102.
Solomon Adesanya became Georgia State Representative in District 43.
Tish Naghise won as the Georgia State Representative in District 68.
Phil Olaleye became Georgia State Representative in District 59.
Carol Kazeem won as the Pennsylvania State Representative in District 159.
dr Oye Owolewa was re-elected to the US House of Representatives (shadow representative) in Washington DC
Esther Agbaje also won her re-election as the Minnesota State Representative in District 59B.
This is an encouraging story while calling on other Nigerian Ambassadors around the world to emulate this kind gesture.
However, there is compelling evidence that agrees with me that the election was conducted freely and fairly while urging the NIGERIA government to borrow papers and improve the election officials.
Congratulations to you all from 9News Nigeria.
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