Senator Godswill Akpabio's bid for the Senate Presidency has gained significant momentum with the backing of over 64 Senators. According to the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Army, Senator Ali Ndume, Akpabio's strong support base gives him an edge over his rivals in the race for the coveted position.
Ndume's endorsement of Akpabio's candidacy is a major boost to his campaign, given his stature as a senior member of the Senate. The support of most of the Senate also indicates Akpabio's strong chances of emerging victorious.
The race for the Senate Presidency is expected to be intense, with several lawmakers vying for the position. However, with the backing of over 64 Senators, Akpabio's candidacy has gained significant momentum, potentially persuading undecided Senators to support him.
If elected as Senate President, Akpabio could bring a fresh perspective and leadership style to the upper chamber, and his victory could potentially influence the outcome of future Senate leadership elections.
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