The Cross Rivers chapter of the All Progressives Congress has commended the party’s Presidential Campaign Council for listening to the voices of Cross Riverians to move the party’s Presidential Campaign rally in Calabar to Tuesday.
The State party Chairman, Mr Alphonsus Eba, disclosed this while speaking on the Cross River’s leg of the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Rally held in Calabar.
Mr Eba saluted the Council for moving the campaign from a Sunday to a midweek which he said was a major boost for the party’s chances of winning the Presidential Seat again.
He said the entry of the Party’s Presidential Candidate into Calabar as like the entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem.
He promised that the party will provide what the Presidential candidate has made as a policy statement the 3 times he has come for consultation, townhall meeting and campaign rally on Tuesday of a Super Highway through Cross River State to link Cameroon that will also link Other parts of Nigeria and the South South and also a Deep Seaport for the State that will turn around its fortunes and restore it among the comity of States.
He added that the Rally was turned into a carnival by the acceptance of the party’s Presidential Candidate by the People of Cross River State.
He disclosed that he strongly believes that the party’s Presidential Candidate will be Sworn in as the President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
He lamented the ceding of the Bakassi Peninsular to Cameroon without a referendum which has impoverished the people of the peninsular including the loss of 76 Oil wells in the decision.
He described the then ruling party as the Papa Disappoint Pikin party which also collected over 18 Billion Naira for the people of the territory without anything to show for it.
He commended the Professor Ben Ayade administration for being a change maker in his 8 years a governor of Cross River State.
He also described the Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress as the man who has renewed the hope of the People of Cross River with the Super Highway and a Deep Seaport now on the table under a prospective APC administration.
TINUBU PROMISES ANAMBRA INDUSTRIAL HUB, TO TACKLE GULLY EROSION
Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) *Senator Bola Tinubu* has promised to turn Anambra State to an industrial hub of South East, if elected president.
He made the promise while addressing mammoth crowd of APC supporters during his Anambra State Presidential rally at *Dr. Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka.*
Tinubu acknowledge the industrial prowess of people of the South East, urged them to collect their PVCs and vote for him.
Governor of Imo State and other speakers admonished people of Anambra State to ensure they vote all APC candidates in the coming elections.
APC RAISES ALARM OVER ALLEGED PDP PLANS TO SCUTTLE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN RALLY
The All Progressives Congress in Osun state has alleged the people’s democratic party of planning to scuttle Tinubu/Shettima presidential rally slated for Thursday in Osogbo, the state Capital.
Addressing journalists in Osogbo, State Chairman of the Party, Tajudeen Lawal said they got wind of the sinister plans through reliable intelligence.
According to him, part of ways planned by the PDP to carry out their nefarious acts include: use of branded APC camouflage and fake security uniforms, as well as staging of protest with the intent to cause commotion during the presidential campaign
He alleged that the PDP members have also planned to station rented urchins and thugs to hurl stones on Tinubu’s convoy.
Spokesperson of Tinubu’s presidential campaign council, Remi Omowaye equally lamented that series of violence have been unleashed on the APC members since the tribunal declared Adegboyega Oyetola winner of July 16 Governorship election.
He called on the inspector general of police, Usman Baba Alkali and other sister security agencies to intervene towards foiling the sinister moves and ensuring peaceful atmosphere for the APC presidential campaign.
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