Otu In Landslide Victory Of APC Gubernatorial Ticket

Senator Prince Bassey Otu has emerged as the gubernatorial flag bearer for the ruling party, All Progressives Congress, APC in Cross River State.

Prince Out with the landslide victory of 811 votes was declared the winner over his counterpart Barr. Chris Agara and Senator John Owan-Enoh had 63 votes and 84 votes respectively at the end of the APC Primary held in the U. J. Esuene Stadium Calabar on 26th May 2022.

The All Progressives Congress, APC Governorship Primaries results are as shown below;

Senator Prince Bassey Out: 811 Votes

Barr. Chris Agara: 63 Votes

Senator John Owan-Enoh: 84

The party noted that the landslide victory of Prince Bassey Otu in the Governorship Primaries confirmed his popularity and acceptability by a significant number of the delegates and other members of the party.

Reacting to the landslide victory, Prince Otu pledged to work hard and build on the existing policies, programs, and projects of the current administration.

He further described his victory and emergence as the party flag bearer as the attestation and resolution of the governor and party leader in Cross River State, Sir Ben Ayade and other leaders of the party to return power to the Southern Senatorial District of the state.

Recall that the speculations that Prince Bassey Otu was not cleared to participate in the Governorship Primary Election of the All Progressives Congress, APC was debunked. This followed a letter signed by the party’s National Organising Secretary, H.E., Sulaiman Muhammad Argungu.

The APC in Cross River State has also urged the critical stakeholders, stalwarts and faithful party men and women to stand firm with the party in the coming days and months to hard towards delivering the party across the board in the general elections in 2023.

Congratulations to the distinguished Senator Prince Bassey Otu.

Oluchi Omai

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