More Endorsements For Senator Akpabio As Young Professionals Throw Their Weight Behind Him

By David Peter. 
A group of young professionals under the aegis of SENATOR AKPABIO VANGUARD has thrown their weight in support of the aspirations of the Senator representing Akwa Ibom North-West senatorial District, His Excellency, Godswill Obot Akpabio to become the Senate  President of the 10th Senate. 

Leaders of the delegation Islameen Etudiaye and Engr. Jeffery Udende,  applauded the leadership virtues of Senator Akpabio to lead the 10th saying, with the enormous votes the South-South zone produced especially in Akwa Ibom state, Senator Akpabio deserved to be President of the Senate unopposed. They also noted that the South-South geopolitical zone had not produced the Senate President since 1999.

The group described Senator Akpabio as the face of the youth and less privileged in the next dispensation. They said he is the only candidate that can complement the efforts of the President-Elect when sworn in for Nigeria to reap the positive dividends of democracy.  

While responding, Senator Godswil Akpabio said, he was happy that young Nigerians have come together to project his ambition to become the  President of the 10th Senate. He noted that, with his experience in public service as Governor, Senator and Minister he would be committed to helping the President-Elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu in formulating good policies and laws that will be impactful on the lives of Nigerians. 

He said, when elected as President of the Senate, he will work hand in hand with the President to ensure that poverty, insecurity, and other social vices are flushed out, while also promising to build youth and women of integrity the society can reckon with.  He thanked the group for their efforts so far and promised not to fail Nigerians who believe in his leadership ability. 

The high point of the event was the dressing of Senator Akpabio in Tiv Traditional attire as a mark of honor and friendsh

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