by crossriverwatch admin
One of the vocal critics of the Governor Liyel Imoke’s administration and governorship candidate on the platform of Hope Democratic Party, in the January 25, 2012 elections, Dr. Theo Onyuku has prayed for the quick recovery of Senator Imoke who has travelled abroad for medical treatment.
Dr. Onyuku in the message made available to Crossriverwatch expressed concern over the health of Imoke and called on the people of the state to pray for the quick recovery of the state number one citizen.
The message read in part, ‘’We write to share with the entire Senator Imoke’s family, the Cross River State Government and the Cross River State people over the unforeseen and unexpected medical challenge facing the Cross River State Governor for which he is undergoing medical evaluation abroad.
‘’Our thoughts and best wishes are with him at this moment. It is our prayers that the omniscient, omnipresent God will grant our Governor Imoke the best heavenly healing and quickest recovery.
‘’We ask all people to pray for the governor’s resounding recovery and best healing as almighty and most merciful God’s Christmas and new year gift to Cross River people.
‘’We shall as a people continuously remember and pray for Governor Imoke’s health,’’ he said.
The quick recovery message of Onyuku to Imoke was said to be a surprising package going by the fact that the fiery and radical medical practitioner turned politician had for long become of the most visible critic of the Imoke’s administration.
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