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Friday, August 10, 2018


...says Udom Emmanuel cannot be substituted

By-Jerryz EDOHO

Ahead of Governor Udom Emmanuel's re-election victory come 2019, the political leader of Esit Eket local Government Area, Elder Benjamin Udobia has again reawaken the political consciousness of the electorates by canvassing support for the Governor's continuity project.
Elder Udobia who spoke to our correspondent  yesterday moment after the meeting of Eket senatorial district leaders with the Governor, reaffirmed his total support to partner with all relevant stakeholders to ensure Udom Emmanuel of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), emerge victorious in the 2019 gubernatorial race.

Elder Udobia in his reaction to the ongoing rumour of substituting Governor Udom Emmanuel by leaders of the senatorial district as their gubernatorial candidate, debunked the rumour as baseless and false.
Udobia explained that such dream as anticipated by enemies of progress will only amount to waste of energy and resources.

"despite all the speculations, I beseech every Akwa Ibomite to remain faithful in supporting Udom Emmanuel led-administration owing to the fact that he has performed exceedingly well notwithstanding distractions and unstable economy"
Elder Benjamin Udobia 
He acknowledged that Mr. Udom Emmanuel is a credible and reliable leader whose impact and superlative performance in the past three years can be attested to by every Akwa Ibomite and visitors.

The political leader noted that former Governor(s) Obong Victor Attah and Goodswill Akpabio who completed their senatorial districts mandate of eight years respectively, were not substituted. He maintained that the case of Mr. Udom Emmanuel re-election is on threshold of justice, equity and fairplay.

He further appealed to all stakeholders, traditional institutions, youths and women in the state to rise above greed and ethnic sentiment and support the incumbent Governor to complete the turn of Eket senatorial district eight years of Governorship slot which will end in 2023.

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