How Oborevwori, Fubara, Eno, Otu became governors-elect


By Emma Amaize, Regional Editor, South-South, Festus Ahon (Asaba), Egufe Yafugborhi (Port Harcourt), Emma Una (Calabar), and Chioma Onuegbu (Uyo)

COUNTLESS dynamics, including  performance of the sitting governors, acceptability of the governors–elect, popularity, dominance of their political parties, and miscalculation by the opposition parties contributed to their conquests in the March 18 governorship elections.

They are Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborewori (Delta), Sim Fubara (Rivers), Pastor Umo Eno (Akwa Ibom), and Senator Bassey Otu (Cross River) States.

Pastor Eno’s silky-smooth ride to Govt House, Uyo

In Akwa Ibom, the crushing votes Pastor Eno garnered across the three senatorial districts, namely Akwa Ibom Northeast (Uyo), Akwa Ibom NorthWest (Ikot Ekpene), and Akwa Ibom South (Eket) demonstrated the aforementioned.

In addition, massive grassroots-oriented campaigns and confidence in the capacity of Pastor Eno to sustain the existing peace enjoyed in the state,…

Source: Vanguard Newspaper