Thursday, 7 March 2019

Mbang Anderson Charges Diamond women to Vote PDP all the way, Donates items

Ukorebi Esien 

Wife of the Cross River State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Mrs. Mbang Eric Anderson Thursday charged women resident within Diamond Metropolis to ensure the victory for all PDP candidates in the forthcoming Saturday 9th March polls.

Mrs. Anderson who is popularly called Ayade tutunkpoñ told the over 300 women who gathered at the Diamond square that she actually came to thank them for their continues support for the PDP, especially for the show of love accorded the party in during the presidential election by ensuring victory for the party in the area. She also used the opportunity to encourage them to continue in that same direction as they come out in their numbers to give Governor Ben Ayade a resounding victory. 

 According to her "Basically we are here today to thank you for the last election as well as appreciation and encourage you for the coming elections because I know we are going to come out again and vote PDP all the way". She said.

Also speaking at the event was a one time House of Representatives member and the current Cross River State Vocal person for the N-Power project, Hon. Nkoyo Toyo, who revealed that any vote casted for the APC in the coming elections is a wasted vote as the party currently has no candidate. 

She therefore, encouraged the teeming crowd of women to come out and vote for Ayade's victory and ensure a second term for Governor Ben Ayade.

The event could not have come to an end without a word from the mother of women and a patriarch and princess in the Efik Kingdom, Princes, Senator Florence Ita Giwa lending her sensational voice to the women.
In her words: " Politics is turn by turn, the South had done eight years, same with the Central and now its time for the North, and they must complete their full eight years just as every other district'.

"At my age I would have fought of retiring, I can not do that now when there are so much work yet to be done. We must position ourselves for 2023 as the governorship stool must return to the South and it belongs to the next generation". 

The event came to a climax with the distribution of gift items to women with the commissioner of Culture and Tourism announcing the donation of N250,000 cash for the tuition fee of over 150 pupils schooling in the AME Zion Primary school who is an indigene or resides in Diamond.

The Event in Pix