1.) "I will not go to the third round" - Udom:
According to a source from Nigeria Newsdesk, the Akwa Ibom State Governor, in the presence of Governor Udom Emmanuel, has warned the people of Akwa Ibom State not to panic over his successor as the next governor of the state.
He made it clear to the people of Akwa Ibom that he would never run for a third term as governor, but the choice of his successor as governor of the state was in God's hands.
Udom Emmanuel spoke at the Uyo Local Government Secretariat on Tuesday, during the inauguration of some "100 days activities at the council office", on behalf of Uwemedimo Udo.
The event was well received by many politicians, especially politicians from Uyo Local Government Area.
The governor called on the people to wait for God's will on his successor as the next governor of Akwa Ibom State in 2023.
During his address, Governor Udom said he was happy to see senior political leaders from Uyo at the ceremony, praising the councilors for the work they have done including building a new office brick.
Meanwhile, Udo thanked the people of Uyo for the opportunity to become their leader.
Udo, a former lecturer at Uyo University, spoke about the achievements of his administration during his 100 days in power.
These achievements include the construction of a management group, the purchase and installation of a 300 KVA transformer in the assembly, the assessment of roads, the provision of drinking water, and the installation of solar panels to facilitate the event, among others.
2.) Gunmen open fire on traders in Benue:
According to a report compiled by Vanguard, armed robbers armed with two military uniforms are said to be loyal to the late Chief of Army Staff Terwase Agwaza, better known as the Ghanaian assassin. in the duel gun on Wednesday.
The clash, according to a source, took place between the gunmen and the Joint Chiefs of Staff of Operation Whirl Stroke, Abaji, in Kastina-Ala Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria. A fire at the Abaji market has left one person dead and 13 others injured.
Vanguard reports that OPWS troops responded to an emergency call from the market during the attack. According to a source, when they arrived at the scene, the attackers while fighting in the backyard attacked the soldiers.
Catherine Anene who is the Deputy Superintendent of Police better known as DSP, the public relations officer of the police, confirmed the attack and said that the body of the deceased was kept at the National Medical Hospital. First in Abaji while the injured receive medical treatment at the General Hospital in Kastina-Ala.
3.) Nnamdi Kanu Sends Message:
According to a new message issued by the chairman of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, better known as IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has revealed on his Twitter account that the IPOB is very supportive of the Benue State governor.
The message comes in the wake of a militant attack on the governor and his follow-up to see the government fight the insecurity facing the country.
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