In this article, we have examined the existence of a static spherically
symmetric solution in the Scalar Tensor Vector Gravity (STVG) and investigated
its horizon distances to develop boundary limitations for our test particle. We
have computed the Kretschmann invariant of the metric to study the
singularities and verify that it reduces to general relativity’s Kretschmann
invariant as $\alpha\rightarrow0$. Further, we investigated the orbital motion
of a time-like and light-like test particle around the static solution by
developing an effective potential and the radius of the innermost stable
circular orbit (ISCO).

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