The Road To Bakassi

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by crossriverwatch admin

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The plight of the people of Bakassi is not just the unjust fate of dispossession of their ancestral land by the whims of international politics, even the road to the community is a telling tale of a people who have been earmarked abject neglect if not extinction.

These are pictures taken by our reporter showing stranded commuters and other road users coming from and going to Bakassi and Akpabuyo to exercise their franchise during the collection of INEC permanent voters card and continued voters registration exercise.

Whither the dividends of democracy?

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