Igini Misunderstood The Bakassi Issue – Former Cross River Assembly Member (WATCH VIDEO)

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By Roland Enya-Forte

The former Cross River State INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC),  Barrister Mike Igini has been said to have misunderstood the position of the State in respect to Law No. 7 of the Cross River State House of Assembly.

The accusation was made by Hon. Joe Etene, former Cross River Assembly member representing Bakassi while speaking as a guest in a weekly socio-political radio program, “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” on Hit 95.9 Fm Calabar, the Cross River State capital.

Barr. Etene stated that the whole INEC and Bakassi face-off would have been unnecessary if the former Cross River INEC REC had not made the mistake of comparing the border adjustment as done in Law No. 7 with Lagos State’s attempt at creating new local governments under the Tinubu administration.

Barr. Etene reiterated that the supreme court judgment is final and binding on all the parties.

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