PDP’s Eno saying party politics over ‘Tinubu our father, Akpabio our big brother’

PDP’s Eno saying party politics over 'Tinubu our father, Akpabio our big brother'Referring to Senate President Godswill Akpabio as his “big brother” and President Bola Tinubu as his father, Akwa Ibom State Governor Umo Eno made a noteworthy move toward promoting unity across party lines. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Punch reports that the governor, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) member, stressed the importance of putting the welfare of the populace above party allegiance.

Akpabio, who returned to the state’s Government House in Uyo after serving as governor from 2007 to 2015, received a warm welcome from Governor Eno and other political figures. The visit marked Akpabio’s first official visit to the seat of government since leaving office.

Expressing gratitude for Akpabio’s visit, Governor Eno stated the importance of unity and collaboration in advancing the state’s development agenda. He acknowledged the support and guidance received from Akpabio, transcending party lines, and emphasized the need for continued cooperation for the benefit of the people.

Eno said, “Your excellency. I know you’ve been in the state several times because it is your home, but this is the first official visit to the state seat of government since you left. Tonight is a historic night in Akwa Ibom and, indeed, in Nigeria. Party politics is over. Even though we belong to different political parties, the love and support we have received from you as our big brother has united us; reach out to us, work with us, advise, and counsel us.

“For me as a person, I believe that God brought me here by grace to bring about reconciliation of our people. Nigerians can come and see how people can work together across party lines, and I think this is a real collaboration that Nigerians need at this time.”

“Our father, the President, will succeed; all of us need to give him that support; we need to give him that understanding; we need to work together across party lines to solve myriads of problems. I believe that the solution to Nigeria’s problem does not lie in one person or party, but when God chooses a leader, everyone relies on that leader.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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