By Archibong Jeremiah
The opposition All Progressive Congress, APC Cross River State Chairman, Mr. Usani Usani has urged his party members to remain faithful to their course without fear of intimidation from the ruling People Democratic Party, PDP.
He made the call while addressing members of his party during a tour of Calabar South. He said, “let us bury the monster called PDP; God has blessed us to take over the leadership of the state”.
Mr. Usani went on to affirmed that no matter the number of bottle necks placed by the PDP in the state, nothing shall stop APC from doing what he described as a major colossal splitting of territories in the state.
He beckoned on his party faithfuls not to tolerate any form of irregularities in the forth coming elections but should work based on the principle of constructive campaigning.
On his part, the Calabar South Chairman of the party, Mr. Victor Ekpenyong Nsa appreciated the words of encouragement given by the state chairman of the party.
Giving a score card of his achievements he disclosed that, “Calabar South recorded a huge success in the continues registration of voters exercise and collection of permanent voters card, successfully instituted the polling unit committees in all the wards in Calabar South, major defection to the party by PDP chieftains, regular door to door, neighbor to neighbor enlightenment campaigns, regular meetings, formation of finance, publicity, caucus, legal, contact/mobilization committees and elders’ forum”.
He went on to appeal that issue of funding for the chapter should be taken into consideration as it is surviving from slim resources which needs to be increased to meet their projects.
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