A'Ibom CP commends cops for stopping the escape of the offender in the Umoren murder case.
A’Ibom CP commends cops for stopping the escape of the offender in the Umoren murder case.

The officers of the command were lauded by Mr. Olatoye Durosinmi, the commissioner of police in Akwa Ibom State, for stopping Uduak-Abasi Akpan’s effort to flee after being found guilty on Thursday of killing Iniubong Umoren.
In a statement headlined “Iniubong Umoren-Justice at last,” the Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Odiko MacDon, stated this.

made accessible to journalists on Friday in Uyo, said Durosinmi was overjoyed to learn of the serial rapist and murderer’s conviction.

The Akwa Ibom State Command’s Commissioner of Police, CP Olatoye Durosinm, was quoted as saying:

[3:28 AM, 8/5/2022] Inuegbu, Chioma Good morning bro

[9:23 AM, 8/5/2022] Chioma Onuegbu: Senator Akpan is the YPP’s front-runner for governor in Akwa Ibom in 2023.

Senator Bassey Akpan, also known as OBA, who represents the Akwa Ibom North East Senatorial District, has been selected as the Young Progressives Party’s (YPP) nominee for governor of the state.

Senator Akpan, the only contender in the party’s new primary election, which was held on Thursday at the party secretariat in Uyo, the capital of the state, received 216 votes to win the race for governor.

Five days after the former candidate, Pastor Nyenime Andy, announced his voluntary resignation, the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) ordered a new primary election, which was held on the following day.
According to the 2022 Electoral Act, which mandates that when a candidate voluntarily withdraws from an election, he must be replaced through a new primary within a certain timeframe, the exercise was duly observed by the Commission.

Speaking to the party faithful, Barr Vidiyeno Bamaiyi, the YPP’s national secretary, praised them for their orderly and peaceful behavior during the exercise.

Senator Baasey Akpan, who recently defected from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for the Young Progressive Party, vowed in his acceptance speech that he would keep his word to his loved ones, his party’s throngs of supporters, and the entire state for the trust and confidence they have placed in him.
If I win the election next year, Akpan promised, “I would become one of the finest governors Akwa Ibom state has ever had.”

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