~Nelly Umoh, Mmenyene Archibong
The wife of the National Chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP; Mrs. Ene B. Secondus has charged the women of Akwa Ibom State and members of PDP to remain faithful to God through prayers, as that remains the key to success in any endeavour.
Mrs Secondus made this charge known ealier today in Uyo when she visited the state for The True Vine Women Convention holding at Lutheran Church Nigeria, Obot Idim Ibesikpo, Ibesikpo L.G.A.
Addressing party women at Government House,Uyo; the National Chairman’s Wife commended their contributions to the success story of the party at the State and National, charging them to remain committed to the activities of the party and steadfast in their prayers for the success and Victory of the Party in courts.
“We are thankful to God for having brought us thus far and so we believe that the will of God will come to pass. We are optimistic that more victories will be recorded in favour of our party in courts and with God, the ruling of the Supreme Court will favour our party and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar will emerge victorious likewise other PDP Candidates. I assure you of this because God remains God. Everything is in God’s hands. He knows what to do and when to do it.”… She said.
Responding on behalf of the women, the State Woman Leader of PDP, Mrs Meme Akpabio thanked Mrs Ene Secondus for the timely visit, maitaining that her visit and words of encouragement have further strengthened them to be more courageous and hopeful that it’s only the will of God that remains unchangeable. The women reiterated their resolve to continue giving the necessary support to the Party at the National, State, Local and that of Gov. Udom Emmanuel’s Led Administration for the sake of the Nation building.
Present at the event were State Woman Leader, Mrs Meme Akpabio, Wife of the Deputy State Chairman; Mrs Sunyiekere Inokon, wife of the State Secretary; Mrs Harrison Ekpo, Wife of the State Publicity Secretary; Barr. Mrs Sandra-emejuiwe Ememobong and a host of other women leaders.