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Godswill Akpabio Becomes Senate President Of The 10th Assembly

Godswill Akpabio, former Niger Delta Affairs Minister, ascends to the role of Senate President in Nigeria’s 10th Assembly amidst heated elections. Read more on MandyNews.com.

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Godswill Akpabio Becomes Senate President Of The 10th Assembly

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Tuesday was an important day in Nigeria. Former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio, was chosen as the Senate President. This important decision was made during the first meeting of the 10th Senate.

Akpabio comes from Akwa Ibom North West and is part of the All Progressives Congress (APC). He had to beat another APC member, Senator Abdulaziz Yari from Zamfara North West, to get this position.


I’m ready to do my best for our country,” Akpabio said.


The choice was made by the 109 Senators. They all came together to pick the main leaders of the National Assembly’s upper legislative chambers. The competition was tough, but Akpabio came out on top.

According to MandyNews.com, Senator Ali Ndume of Borno South was the one who nominated Akpabio. On the other hand, Senator Elisha Abbo from Adamawa North nominated Yari.


Godswill Akpabio has done a great job for Nigeria. He should be our Senate President,” Senator Ndume said.


After Abbo nominated Yari, there were protests from some lawmakers. But Abbo did not change his mind. He told the protesters to take their complaints to court.

I stand by my nomination. If you don’t agree, go to court,” he said.

Akpabio’s win is a big change for the Senate and Nigeria’s politics. As the new Senate President, he will lead the 10th Senate. For more news on the election, go to MandyNews.com.

Remember to check MandyNews.com for more news and updates on Nigerian politics and Akpabio’s new role as Senate President.

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