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Gov. Emmanuel’s victory was a proof of God’s will – Ukanafun Lawmaker

The member representing Ukanafun
State Constituency in the state House of Assembly, Hon. (Deacon) Otobong Akpan has described the recent Supreme Court ruling in favour of Governor Udom Emmanuel of the PDP as a proof of God’s will concerning the current political dispensation of the state.
The statement was contained in a message of felicitations made available to media houses through his media aide, kendi Jumbo, recently.
The congratulatory message which was titled “GOD’S WILL MANIFESTATION IN AKWA IBOM” with a kicker “CONGRATS TO THE SUPREMELY CONFIRMED GOVERNOR EMMANUEL” reads in part: “I, Hon. (Deacon) Otobong Akpan, unbehalf of Ukanafun State Constituency hereby express our heart-warming felicitations to you, our supremely confirmed governor Udom Gabriel Emmanuel on this very auspicious moment of triumphantly. Indeed, this development is a demonstration of God’s will in the affairs and political dispensation of our dear state – Akwa Abasi Ibom State”.

lawmaker also used the medium to congratulate all Akwa Ibom people for the verdict, saying that the verdict has solidifies the PDP’s desires and prayers for justice through the Supreme Court. He called on all stakeholders across party lines to join hands with the governor to build a united and industrialized Akwa Ibom.
While also assuring the governor of his constituency’s full support, the erudite lawmaker urged the aggrieved members of the public to sheath swords and close ranks with the current leadership in the state in order to achieve the desired dividends of democracy to the people. He expressed confidence in the leadership of the 6th Assembly under the able leadership of Barr. Onofiok Luke, reiterating that the state legislature has resolved to partner with the executive and other arms of government for superior performances.

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