The governor-elect of Akwa Ibom State, Pastor Umo Eno, has promised to run a Christ-centric administration where morality and good conscience will thrive.
He also promised to set up a reconciliation committee to address the grievances of people in other political divides to deepen their unity.
These were contained in his victory speech after his declaration as the governor-elect by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.
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Eno, while pledging to run an inclusive government, noted that he bore no grudge against his opponents, enjoining them to work with him for the progress of Akwa Ibom State.
He, however, thanked the governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel, and his wife, Martha Emmanuel, the fathers in the faith, the youths, and the people of the state for their support and goodwill that led to his emergence.
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“I thank the Church and Fathers in Faith for your prayers and intercessions. I am one of you, and I pledge to continue to run a Christ-Centric administration where morality and good conscience will form the building blocks of our administration.
“I promise to run an all-inclusive government, where no one would be punished or victimized on account of holding a different political opinion,” he said.