Ahead of Saturday’s election, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has promised massive rural development across the 31 local government areas in the state if their candidates are voted into power at the national and state levels.
The promise came when the PDP campaign train berthed in Nsit Ubium LGA today, led by the Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel.
The rally which was held at the local government headquarters in Ikot Edibon took the form of a carnival with the people turning out in their thousands and the culture on full display in celebration of the PDP campaign team.
Addressing the rally at Ikot Edibon, Governor Emmanuel emphasized the need to support the PDP to succeed in Akwa Ibom, even as he urged the PDP Governorship Candidate, Pastor Umo Eno not to be dismayed by the antics of mischief makers whom he said to thrive in opposing the will of God since Biblical time.
While thanking stakeholders in Nsit Ubium for their unwavering support, governor Emmanuel took time to engage in voter education to guide the people as they get set to elect new sets of leaders during the general elections this Saturday, February 25, and March 11, 2023.
The PDP Governorship Candidate, Pastor Umo Eno in his remarks said if voted into office, he would pursue aggressive development within his first one hundred days in office to match the infrastructure renaissance of the present administration alongside robust job creation for the teaming youth.
Highpoint of the rally was the presentation of flags to candidates of the party for the national and state assembly in the coming elections by the state Chairman of the party, Elder Aniekan Akpan while goodwill messages trailed from critical stakeholders including members for Etinan Federal Constituency, Barr Onofiok Luke, Senator Effiong Bob, Captain Iniobong Ekong, Retired among others.
With the PDP rally in Nsit Ubium done and dusted, the party has successfully covered 30 local government areas unfolding the ARISE AGENDA which seeks to focus on Agricultural renaissance, rural development, education, and economic, empowerment, while promising to tackle unemployment to a standstill.