Akwa Ibom State Governor, Umo Eno, has cleared the air that his relationship with his predecessor, Udom Emmanuel, has not been severed.
Eno stressed that he is still under the mentorship of the immediate past governor.
Governor Eno made this known during a church service at the United Evangelical Church in Awa Iman on Christmas Day.
He refuted the speculations, emphasizing his profound respect for Emmanuel’s leadership and wisdom.
“I want to clarify that my predecessor has never pressured me since leaving office in May. On the contrary, we have been urging him to visit and provide guidance,” declared Eno.
Addressing the former governor directly, he added, “Even though you are no longer in office, you will always be my governor and leader. Your insights into governance are invaluable, and I am committed to being your student.”