We’ll ”keep PDP Flag Flying” to Honour Udo Ekpenyong – A’Ibom Nat. Assembly Caucus
February 25, 2021

We’ll ”keep PDP Flag Flying” to Honour Udo Ekpenyong – A’Ibom Nat. Assembly Caucus


…as More Groups Salute Late Party Chairman

The National Assembly members from Akwa Ibom State, have declared that they will keep the flag of PDP flying in honour of the departed State Chairman of the party, Obong (Hon) Udo Ekpenyong.

Visiting the state leadership of PDP, Thursday February 25, 2021, the members of the National Assembly from Akwa Ibom State, led by Senator Bassey Albert, while conveying their condolences to the party on the loss of the state chairman, assured the party that they will keep the party’s flag flying. Senator Albert who spoke on behalf of the delegation, said that the party chairman’s demise happened at a time he would have impacted more in the party. He prayed for comfort and strength to bear the loss.

The delegation from Uyo Local Government Area, led by the Chairman, Uyo Capital City Development Agency, Prince Enobong Uwah, in their separate visit, expressed deep grief over the sad incident. Uwah said that he found it hard to believe the news of the chairman’s demise, adding that he will not be forgotten so soon.

Also visiting, the Congress of Former State Legislators, registered commiserations with the party. The leader of the delegation and former member representing Ukanafun in the state assembly, Hon. Saturday Akpan, in his message of condolence, assured the party of due support in upholding the legacies of Obong Udo Ekpenyong.

The PDP Students Movement, led by Comrade Aniefiok Eduok, equally commiserated with the party. The movement recalled that the late Obong Ekpenyong was a students friendly leader, as was seen in the various scholarships he granted several young people, as well as other educational supports. The students prayed for the deceased to find sweet repose.

The Acting Chairman of the party, Hon. Lawrence Udosen, in his response, thanked the various delegations for the honour done to the departed chairman. He also agreed with them on the qualities exuded by Obong Ekpenyong and noted that the party has missed a great leader.