Former Niger Delta Affairs Minister and National Vice President of the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council Godswill Akpabio has vowed to hand over Akwa Ibom state to the party’s presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, in the upcoming general election.

Speaking Monday while receiving district, local government and state APC party leaders at his Ukana farmhouse in the state’s Essien Udim local government area, Akpabio assured them that with their support and commitment, the party presidential candidate, “Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is the next president of Nigeria.”

The two-term governor of Akwa Ibom State tasked them with taking their campaign to all nooks and crannies of the state for party success in the upcoming presidential, National Assembly, gubernatorial and state Assembly elections for record a landslide victory.

He said: “From what I have seen so far in the state, our party members and supporters are hungry for victory at the polls. They have made this campaign and voter awareness very easy for the party by their sincerity and commitment to the success of the party.

“There is no village or district where the APC is not fully on the ground and that must continue until we hand over Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu as president, me as your senator and Akan Udofia as our next governor and other candidates from our party. “, said. .

The former minority leader further informed them that Hilltop Mansion “is for our party to lose in view of recent events within the main opposition camp”, accusing them of “forgetting the past and working for the party’s success in the elections”. . ”

In his remarks, the party’s state chairman, Stephen Ntukekpo, thanked the former minister for hosting the entire party leadership in the state, assuring him of the willingness of party members to comb the corners of the state for votes and success. . of the party in the next general elections.

He added that the former presidential candidate “is a leader who must be supported by all to deliver APC in the center and the state.”