A-Ibom APC group vows to unseat PDP in 2027

The newly inaugurated Progressive People’s Resolution (APC-PPR) committee of the All Progressives Congress has pledged to strengthen its position in Ikot Abasi Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State by making sure it overthrows the People’s Democratic Party, which is currently in power.

At a strategic meeting of the group held on Saturday in Ikot Abasi LGA, John Ayang, the coordinator of the group in the Ikot Abasi Federal Constituency, indicated that the PDP’s egregious underperformance in the area is giving the APC a chance to seize power in 2027.

Ayang specifically lauded the pivotal role of President Tinubu and the Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, and that of the National Leader of the group and Stalwart of the APC in Ikot Abasi Federal Constituency, Engr. Ubong Idemudo, in piloting the affairs of the party.

He added that the unwavering commitment of Idemudo to the ideals of the APC portrays him as a linchpin in advancing the party’s agenda at both national, state, and local levels.

He said, “Engr. Idemudo’s tireless efforts and significant contributions to the APC-PPR and the broader APC family are worthy of note His dedication and strategic acumen were instrumental in advancing the group’s objectives, aligning perfectly with the progressive agenda championed by leaders like Tinubu, Akpabio, and Victor Antai.

“This group is committed to providing the necessary population to challenge and triumph against the ruling Peoples Democratic Party in Akwa Ibom State during the 2027 general elections.

“The PDP’s gross underperformance in Ikot Abasi Federal Constituency is a development that is laying credence to the soon-to-come era of positive change”, he said.

Ayang therefore announced ambitious plans to inaugurate APC-PPR executive committees at the Local Government Area, Wards, and Unit levels, demonstrating the party’s resolve to strengthen its grassroots presence and mobilize support for future electoral victories.

Speaking during the event the national Convener of the group, Engr. Ubong Idemudo, expressed appreciation to the group and to do more to advance the cause and objectives of the group.

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