Senate 2015: Owan Eno Takes To Road Walk (Pictures)

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Archibong Jeremiah

As part of his political campaign strategy to continue creating awareness about his intention to unseat Senate Leader, Senator Ndoma Egba, SAN from the Cross River Central Senatorial seat, Hon. John Owan Enoh, member representing the Obubra/Etung federal constituency in the Federal House of Representatives and Chairman, House Committee on Appropriation this morning Saturday, 18th October 2014 organized a road walk in Ikom preparatory to his formal declaration later today.

The road walk took off from his house at Survival Park to Sweet Mother into Obudu road then turned at the roundabout leading to Calabar road back to his house at Survival Park.

CrossRiverWatch brings you exclusive photos. Details of today’s declaration will come from our reporters on the ground in Ikom as the event unfold.

Owan and his supporters on the road walk
Owan and his supporters on the road walk

Owan Eno road walk2
owan Okada men were not left out of the exercise
owan Medical team at the road walk

owan Officers of the Federal Road Safety Cops leading the way at the Owan Eno road walk

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