Cross River 2015: UNICEM Host Communities Pledge Support For Jedy Agba

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Members of the UNICEM host communities during their visit to the Jedy Campaign office in Calabar
Members of the UNICEM host communities during their visit to the Jedy Campaign office in Calabar

Paul Effiong, President, UNICEM host communities
Paul Effiong, President, UNICEM host communities

The Director General, Gody Jedy Agba Campaign Organization, GJACO Dr. Sandy Onoh has reiterated the campaign organization’s position to remain pragmatic not artificial.

He made the statement while playing host to members of UNICEM Host Communities yesterday in Calabar. He said: “We will not sit in office to say all is well, we expect transparency for Jedy Agba to win”.

Continuing on behalf of the team, Sandy maintained that “When you run government the people are more vital than infrastructure and when you prefer infrastructure the people should not suffer, we don’t want to be psychedelic, we still need good quality schools, health facilities, scholarships. When the righteous rules the people rejoice, when the unrighteous rules the people cry for hunger, we must take over”.

He encouraged the over 135 august visitors to be conscious of their electoral power by saying “On election Day all fingers are equal; no one will oppress or suppress you”.

Earlier, the UNICEM host Communities President, Comrade Paul Effiong expressed happiness that the team had time out of their busy schedule to play host to them.

He pledged the support of his team for Goddy Jedy Agba come 2015 urging them to create a monitoring/regulatory body to properly scrutinize and supervise the activities of all support groups working in favor of Jedy Agba to avoid the unforeseen which can mare the ambition to deliver their candidate.

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