Pastor Umo Eno Congratulates PDP Exco on Second Anniversary

Governorship Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Akwa Ibom State, Pastor Umo Eno has congratulated the leadership of the party for successfully steering the ship of the party excellently in the past two years.

Pastor Eno registered his felicitation earlier today when he led his supporters to congratulate the Exco and officially present himself and his running mate, Senator Akon Eyakenyi to the party.


He noted that since the primaries were over, it was pertinent to formally present himself and running mate to the party, urging them to steer the PDP ship to victory as has been its tradition.

Pastor Eno maintained that PDP has remained the most formidable party across the country irrespective of pockets of distractions, stressing that its victory in 2023 is nonnegotiable.

While notifying that his brother, Rt Hon Onofiok Luke had opted to work with him and the party, he appreciated the party for supporting him, and other candidates through the primaries.


In his remarks, the state party chairman, Elder Aniekan Akpan appreciated Pastor Eno and his running mate, for choosing to honour the party, and celebrating the anniversary with them.

He noted that with the caliber of heavyweights still within the PDP, and their level of consistency since formation in 1998, the victory of Pastor Umo Eno and the PDP will be a landslide.

The chairman disclosed that Hon Otu Ita Toyo and Bishop Sam Akpan and others had returned to the umbrella while many others have perfected plans to also return.


He commended Rt. Hon. Onofiok Luke for being a true party man stressing that members should not be worried or distracted by make-believe activities, adding that when the real action begins, PDP will show its organizational strength.

Elder Akpan assured Pastor Eno and his running mate that the party will stand by them and work with them to ensure victory because they have the capacity and integrity needed to further development in Akwa Ibom State.

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