The Godswill Akpabio Uncommon Transformational Support Organization (GAUTSO), has made a strong request to President Muhammadu Buhari, to make Senator Godswill Akpabio the APC Concensus Candidate.
The GAUTSO National Coordinator, Dr Ben Ogugua made this known following Senator Godswill Akpabio’s commendation of President Muhammadu Buhari, for backing the rotation of the 2023 Presidency to the South.
Dr Ben Ogugua, noted that with the APC Presidential Primaries coming up from the 6th to the 8th of June, “dear Mr President, it is time to check the antecedents of Senator Akpabio and judge by his past performances, on previous positions, including the human relations and other aspects that make him well-deserving of being named Consensus candidate.”
The GAUTSO Support Group went on to state that Senator Godswill Obot Akpabio after his 20 years holding public office, both as Governor, as a Senator of the Federal Republic and presently as the Minister of Niger Delta with proven track record of sterling performance, is top choice for the Consensus Candidate position. A man with the skillset for continuity, he completed abandoned projects which were littered everywhere in Akwa Ibom State at the inception of his administration. He can be trusted to carry on the rail project from the current administration, improve the aviation and education sectors and fight crime with the boldness of a caring leader.
Senator Akpabio has records to prove his mettle where as a governor, he ran the affairs of the state for eight glorious years, during which Akwa Ibom State could not have had it any better in terms of development, popularity, and recognition. His performance in office was unprecedented, acknowledged and given resounding applause at home and abroad. It was not for nothing that Senator Godswill Obot Akpabio was known and addressed by his own people even at the national level, as the “Uncommon Transformer” coming from a state that had the satisfying slogan telling the world, ‘’We are ok’’ because their governor made sure that Akwa Ibom was indeed ok.