2023: Plans APC has for Akwa Ibom – Ex-Buhari’s aide

The immediate past Senior Special Assistant to President, Senator Ita Enang, has said 2023 general elections will mark the end of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Akwa Ibom State.

He urged the electorates to vote for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the forthcoming elections and reject the PDP led-administration since they cannot account for the state funds.

Enang, an APC governorship candidate spoke while meeting with all the 11 wards in Ibiono Ibom Local Government Area of the state on Saturday.

He said though the APC was hampered by some political differences, the party is growing stronger, unified, and ready to rescue the state from political ‘rapists’.

The former presidential aide said he was not a political neophyte who does not understand governance like others, adding that he has all the pedigree to make the state work again.

“From what PDP has done to this state, when you go out to vote, don’t consider PDP at all, say ‘no’ to them. Never again shall we surrender Akwa Ibom to political rapists.

“We cannot surrender this state again to unaccounted people.

“Nobody should bring in somebody who has never been part of governance, as governor of this state so that he won’t rape the economy of this state,” he said.

He admonished the electorates to vote for Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s presidency, assuring that it is only APC that can renew the hope of Nigerians.

Enang urged all the party faithful in the state to step up gears on mobilisation for the presidential campaign rally kick-off coming up on January 12.