By Kennedy Nsan
Ahead of 2015 general elections, and in line with the endorsement of Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba for a record fourth term into the upper legislative chambers of the National Assembly by several interest groups, professionals, youths and students in the Cross River Central Senatorial District, leaders and political stakeholders in Ikom State Constituency II met on the 7th of October, 2014 at Edor and once again endorsed Senator Ndoma-Egba and President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan for the 2015 general elections.
In a communique issued at the end of the meeting, the stakeholders of Ikom II State Constituency, urged all the stakeholders in Ikom State Constituency II to sink their differences and work as one people with a common goal to grow Bakor Nation in their aspiration for political offices.
They also called on all political aspirants to be growth conscious and stop revolving around political offices, thus preventing upward movement.
They group added that “Senator Victor Ndoma Egba has performed outstandingly as a Senator representing Cross River State Central Senatorial District and in his office as Senate Leader. President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has also performed excellently, particularly in his transformation program.” and concluded that “No reasonable organization changes a winning team. Therefore, we support the adoption of His Excellency (Dr.) Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and our outstanding Senate Leader, Senator Victor Ndoma Egba as sole Presidential and Senatorial Candidates respectively in the 2015 elections under the PDP.”
The communiqué was signed by Hon. Namgbe Blessing, Ayoun Eba, Hon. Patrick Npontey, Dr. Eyo, Rt. Hon Joseph Ndome, Ebabe Akonjom, Hon. Glory Akonjom and Dr. Terry Ngban.
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