VIDEO: Senator Ita-Giwa To Petition DSS, EFCC, NEMA, Others Over Diverted Bakassi Relief Materials

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One commentOn VIDEO: Senator Ita-Giwa To Petition DSS, EFCC, NEMA, Others Over Diverted Bakassi Relief Materials

  • senator lta Giwa is the senator representing southern senatorial zone in Cross River State, the southern senatorial zone comprises of Biase, Akamkpa, Odukpani, Calabar South, Calabar Municipal, Akpabuo, & Bakassi local government area why is the Biase/ Calabar federal high way is in such disarray condition when contract for renovation and maintenance by the federal government through her have been awarded several times and several years?

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