We Will Support Jonathan’s 2nd Term Bid – Jedy Agba Campaign Organization

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by crossriverwatch admin

John Umoren addressing the crowd
John Umoren addressing the crowd

The Director General, Goddy Jedy Agba Campaign Organization, Dr. Sandy Onor has disclosed that the organization will support the country’s incumbent President, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan come 2015.

This was made known today at the inauguration of Grassroot Volunteer Movement for Goodluck Jonathan 2015 Cross River State.

The Jedy campaign boss who chaired the inauguration ceremony went on to canvass for support for the Cross River State 2015 governorship candidate, Goddy Jedy Agba. He said, “You and I have a role to play in the emancipation of human race, years to come some of us won’t be here again but we need to leave a legacy for those behind us who will take over from us”.

Dr. Sandy who was represented by Mr. John Omoren enjoined the newly sworn in executive members of the organization to work for the common goal of all and sundry in the state and remember that fruitful effort will be commensurately rewarded.

Also speaking, Dr. Dominic Sarolaka, a media consultant to the Presidency assured the members of the association that the Presidency knows and has endorsed the group as one they will reckon with come 2015.

He revealed that “I recognize the Jedy Agba Campaign Organization for their support to Jonathan”, promising also that the forth coming campaign for the President will be different in the sense that only those who work will benefit.

Earlier, a national officer of the organization, Dr. Iwara Okoi while giving an over view of the organization maintained that they are not only focused at the Presidency but also in the state election affirming that any credible candidate that is in the race will be supported by them.

In her acceptance speech, the state co-ordinator Mrs. Ekaette Obasse affirmed that nothing will stop them from achieving their goals, beckoning on all the members to boldly and assiduously work to make their candidate win the election come 2015.

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