Akwa-Ibom Governor Says He Waited For God Before Choosing Pastor Eno As His Successor

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Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom State says he chose the state Commissioner for Land and Water Resources, Mr Umo Eno as his successor because he’s convinced that he would continue with his developmental strides in the state.

Emmanuel had earlier announced Pastor Eno as his successor at a People’s Democratic Party (PDP) stakeholders’ meeting at Government House Lodge, Uyo.

He said he meant well for the state because he waited for God’s instruction before he announced Eno as his successor.

The governor while speaking during the commissioning of Spectrum Television, the first private cable television station in the state in Uyo, the state capital said he meant well for Akwa Ibom.

“He added that he was not looking for a surrogate to do a third term but a man of exceptional capacity, of peace and humility and urged all peace-loving and progress-minded Akwa Ibom citizens to rally round and support God’s choice.

Written by: Ayomide Ayodele

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