2019 Elections: Ijom, Abi, Imabana, Ekureku Council Drum Support For Prince Godswill Edward’s Political Ambition


Four Council Wards have extended their support for one of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) aspirant Prince Godswill Osim Edward that will be vying for the seat of the Yakurr/Abi federal constituency in Cross River State in the 2019 general elections.

Having tour some of the notable Constituency in the state since his campaign train began on Sunday, Prince Edward has met some key PDP stakeholders and members in order to garner massive support.

On Wednesday, his campaign train moved to Ijom, Abi, Imabana, Ekureku Ward councils where he was received by elders and members of PDP.

In a remark, Eki igboke Eki the ward chairman of Imabana council ward 1, told Voplink that the people would vote for him in 2019 elections.

“I want to assure you that Imabana delegates will give you their vote in order for you to achieve your political ambitions in 2019.

In the same vein, the ward chairman of Imabana council ward 2 noted that Prince Edward remain their favourite representative that would revitalise their Council.

“The people of Imabana council ward 2 are in total support of Prince 7 and come rain come sunshine, Imabana council ward 2 delegate are for him.

More so, the ward chairman of Ekureku council ward 1 Abi local government area, Mr Sunday Adaka told Voplink that they are completely going to vote for Prince Godswill in the 2019 general election.

In addition, Mr George, who spoke on behalf of Ekureku council ward 1, disclosed that Prince Edward should be rest assured that the people would come out en masse to vote for him.

“We welcome Prince 7 and his entourage to Ekureku council ward 1. We are delighted to also let you know that Ekureku council ward 1 is a pure PDP ward and the total vote from Ekureku council ward 1 is for you.

Finally, Mr Austin Bassey Eval the financial Secretary of PDP chapter Abi local government area said Ekureku council ward 2 would always be for Prince Godswill Edward Osim aka Prince 7 in as much as the ‘the not too young to run bill is been passed to the floor of the National Assembly.

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