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PDP in Urueoffong/Oruko LGA suffers another setback as immediate past transition committee secretary dumped PDP for APC.

Another political tsunami hits Urueoffong/Oruko as thousands of PDP faithful dumped their former party for good.
The 2015 APC Deputy governorship candidate and the APC leader in Oro nation described the party as a true brotherhood of change, he brought a warmed greetings from HE Muhammadu Buhari, charging all to be ready to vote back PMB into office and HE Obong Nsima Ekere as a governor of Akwa Ibom State come 2019.
In the same development, chief Windy Isong extol the leadership quality of Obong Nsima Ekere, expressing his gratitude for NDDC boss for bringing such developmental and quality projects to Oro nation and for this singular reason Urueoffong/Oruko APC would buy a nomination form for Obong Nsima Ekere as a mark of appreciation for his kind gesture.
Others who spoke glowingly at the event were Rt. Hon (chief) Okon Tom Osung, the APC chapter chairman comrade Victor Eyo, the APC state publicity secretary Barr Edet Eyo Bassey, Dr (Mrs) Umo Ekanem, Hon Okon Bassey, and Barr Ikot who represented Distinguished senator Ita Enang, they all charge the APC faithful to be ready and resist any form or attempt to rigged or manipulate the 2019 general election
The high point of the event was receiving the decampees into APC family, and they were urged to work tirelessly to ensure victory at the poll. In a response the leader of decampee Hon (Elder) Esin Bassey promised to partner with other political forces in the area to ensure victory at the poll. Rtd Assistant controller of Immgration Mr Kenneth Edumo also joined the party.


Immediately after the event at party Secretariat, Hon (Chief) Windy Isong The Okosisi 1 in his usual manner hosted the party faithful with sumptuous food and assorted drinks in his Oron town residence.

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