APC Ward Congress in Akwa Ibom Was Free, Fair and Credible – DIG Ekpoudom

…hails Senator Udoedehe’s leadership of the party

Retired Deputy Inspector General of Police and Chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Akwa Ibom State, DIG Udom Udo Ekpoudom (Rtd) has hailed members of his party for a rancour free Ward Congress of the party held across the state yesterday.

DIG Ekpoudom, gave the commendations yesterday after casting his vote in Etim Ekpo Ward 5.

According to the former Police Chief; “The election was free and fair because registered members of the party were able to exercise their franchise without undue interference from any quarters.

This is what the APC stands for at all levels and we are happy to witness this free, fair and credible process”.

He further thanked the leader of the party, President Muhammadu Buhari for ensuring that all members of the party have a say in who becomes their leader at the ward and other levels.

“What you have seen across the nation, today would not have been possible if not for the incorruptible nature of our President Muhammadu Burhari. The APC has again proved to Nigerians that it is the best political party to lead Nigerians to the promised land.

DIG Ekpoudom, also applauded other party faithful across the state for turning in their numbers to cast their votes at the congress.

“I must also commend the undisputed leader of the party in Akwa Ibom State, Senator John James Akpan Udoedehe and other leaders of the party for ensuring a free and fair process.

“This is an indication that the party and her leaders are better placed for the next general elections”.

In Akwa Ibom State, we witnessed the freest, fairest and most credible elections that have ever been and this is because the leader of the Party in the State, Senator John James Akpan Udoedehe, had made this possible.

I congratulate those that emerged victorious and urge those who couldn’t make it to join hands with those that emerged to ensure that the party is placed in a better position to win the forthcoming 2023 general elections”, DIG Ekpoudom concluded.

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