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SAD DA” Initiative international president calls for PVC registration

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By Christopher Tom, Uyo

The international president  of  “SAD DA” initiative, Engr. Samuel Ekwere has called on their supporters to mobilize their members all over the  state to register and get their PVC’s ready ahead of 2023 general election.

 

The president was speaking at the inauguration of “SAD DA” initiative held at Ibom Hall, Uyo, that the group is committed to deliver, promote good governance cutting across the length and breadth of Akwa Ibom.

 

Engr. Ekwere told journalists that the initiative was a devine with the ideology of promoting peace, good governance and   justice as well as sustainable development in the grassroot.

 

He further explained that the future of good governance lying in choosing credible candidate and this will be succeeded by members involvement in mass voters cards registration for the fourth coming general election in 2023.

 

“In his words , the authority of choosing a good  leader will be based on your PVCs” adding that members should  step up and get set to vote for Pastor Umo Eno, promised to be up and doing in making sure that his devine dream towards Pastor Umo Eno has come to pass.

The socio-political association in their ideology called for serious commitment among members to work towards the success of the candidacy of Pastor Umo Eno.

 

The president also commended the governor Mr Udom Emmanuel for the role he played by choosing Pastor Umo Eno as God’s and people’s prefered choice as well as the father of modern Akwa Ibom (Arc ) Obong Victor Attah for his fatherly role in bringing good governance cutting across the crooks and crannies of the state.

 

 

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