Don’t Associate Me With Presidential Bid – Akpabio Warns Media
The Current Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, former Minority Whip of the Senate and former Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Godswill Akpabio has called on media organisations to stop associating him with the presidential bid.
According to INDEPENDENT, this is a reaction to the broadcast by Channels television listing Godswill Akpabio among those aspiring for the presidential seat in 2023. Information Guide Nigeria
INDEPENDENT reveals that the Minister said made his reaction in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Jackson Udom.
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As reported by INDEPENDENT, part of the statement reads, “On Sunday, 17th October 2021, Channels Television’s political discussion and interview programme – Politics Today, anchored by Mr Seun Okinbaloye, listed the name of the Hon. Minister and went ahead to use his photograph as one of those purportedly eyeing the presidential seat in 2023.
“As a politician and a serving Minister of the Federal Republic, who understands the distractions such unsolicited action(s) could cause in the polity, the Hon Minister, has, therefore, for the umpteenth time, called on groups, individuals and media houses, either Newspapers, Television, Radio or Online discussion platforms, to forthwith, stop associating his name and picture whenever 2023 Presidential discussions are being held.” Jamb Result
The Minister said, “that he be allowed to focus on the national assignment of assisting President Mohammadu Buhari to achieve his set goals for the people of Niger Delta Region.”
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