“Give up Your States To Buhari” – Akpabio Tells PDP Governors

Godswill Akpabio, Senator representing Akwa Ibom North West on the Senate, has suggested state governors elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP) to give up their respective states to President Muhammadu Buhari.

Mr Akpabio gave the advise on Friday on the presidential marketing campaign flag-off of the president in Uyo, capital of Akwa Ibom State. Mr Buhari who’s in search of a second time period in workplace is the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC).

The lawmaker, a former governor of the state had ruled the state on the platform of the PDP. He went to the Senate nonetheless on the ticket of the opposition celebration earlier than he defected to the APC in August.

The previous governor mentioned the 2019 election is all about integrity which he mentioned the president has. He additionally declared the state because the South-South capital of the ruling celebration.

“We thank the nationwide management of our celebration for selecting Akwa-Ibom state to flag off the 2019 presidential marketing campaign,” Akpabio mentioned on the rally.

“Uyo is now the capital of APC within the south-south. We’re taking up from southern Nigeria.

“The 2019 election is all about integrity versus others. Mr. President has the integrity to proceed in workplace. He has accomplished many tasks he met on floor, initiating new ones and that’s the reason we’re going to run the APC presidential election on this nation on the idea of efficiency.

“Different states, just like the PDP states which have completed nothing ought to give up even earlier than the election. They need to give up earlier than February,” the lawmaker suggested.

Throughout his defection in August, Akpabio had mentioned through the 2015 election, his coronary heart was craving for the president although he belonged to the then ruling PDP



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