Thursday, 23 October 2014

OBA did not beg Akpabio, says Daniel Udoh

OBA did not beg Akpabio, says Daniel Udoh
A frontline Chieftain of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party in AkwaIbom State,Mr. Daniel Udoh has dismissed in strong terms a report in a local tabloid that the leading Governorship hopeful in the state, Obong Bassey Albert Akpan had begged Governor Akpabio to succeed him.  

Mr Daniel Udoh who is the Technical and Political Adviser to the Akwa Ubok Abasi Project 2015 Campaign Organisation, the campaign train driving the vision to actualize the emergence of OBA as the next AkwaIbom State Governor by May 29,2015 dismissed the publication as unfortunate, baseless in content and highly misleading. 

Mr.Daniel Udoh stated that Obong Bassey Albert Akpan did not beg Governor Akpabio but as his former boss, he has a right to consult him who is also the leader of the party as he enters the governorship race with a clear focus to win the nomination ticket.           

He emphasized that Obong Bassey Albert Akpan served the Akpabio administration for seven years as Finance Commissioner and his exemplary and stellar performance have clearly distinguished him as visionary leader who holds the next mandate to serve AkwaIbom State with greater strides of successes.                 
Mr.Daniel Udoh also known as North South stated that Obong Bassey Albert Akpan has no problem with Governor Akpabio and must not be combative as the said reports smacks of cheap blackmail and mischief.                           

He said OBA has gone about his campaigns with a strong focus to transform key sectors for industrial growth and will ensure that he gives the people of the state more democratic dividends when duly elected next year.                                      

Mr.Daniel Udoh said that the Late Obong Akpan Isemin, a former Executive Governor of Akwa Ibom State had cautioned that the best way to succession is not being combative but sustaining a diplomatic approach and called on Akwa Ibom people to support Obong Bassey Albert as the choice of the state at the nomination and general elections while disregarding the said misleading story.

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