Thursday, 3 January 2019

Ayade can't stand my billboards, tell him I'm ready for him" - Sen Owan Enoh



Sen John Owan Enoh, APC gubernatorial candidate in Cross River State has revealed that the incumbent governor of Cross River State, and the gubernatorial candidate of the People's Democratic Party, PDP, Prof Sen Ben Ayade is scared of seeing his campaign billboards in the streets of Calabar. The Daily News Nig can can report. 

Owan disclosed this to newsmen during a World Press Conference held in Calabar, Tuesday, 1st January, 2018. He accused the current PDP administration of engaging some disgruntled elements to destroy his billboards, stating that in some cases, the administration is making up flimsy and unattainable excuses on why his billboards should not be erected in some locations around Calabar metropolis and other places across the state. 

"This is bad and outdated politics to say the least... any attempt to destroy my governship campaign billboards in Calabar, Cross River State capital city, as it is already the trend, will be strongly resisted" he said. 

"We must state in very clear terms that from Wednesday 2nd January, 2019, our advertising agency that have been paid to mount our billboards across Calabar metropolis will be out there to mount them at the lawfully designated locations. We must warn that any attempt to destroy our billboards again will be strongly resisted and the APC in the will stage a state-wide protest against this act of intimidation and injustice. We are therefore calling on all heads of security agencies in the state to brace up to their constitutional responsibilities in maintaining peace and order throughout these electioneering campaigns in the state." He warned. 

The Senator representing Cross River Central Senatorial district in the Red Chambers of the National Assembly who addressed newsmen, spoke on sundry issues ranging from, insecurity in the state, lack of economic development and growth, the deceptive nature of the current government in the state etc.

Ukorebi Esien

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