I Am No Longer Interested In Running For Cross River Governor – Paul Adah

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Former two term Member, House of Representatives, a guber aspirant under the All Progressives Congress APC, Hon. Paul Adah has withdrawn from the 2019 Cross River governorship race.

Hon. Adah told CrossRiverWatch on phone this morning that he is no longer interested in running for the 2019 race due to personal reasons.

“It is true that I have withdrawn from the governorship race. I am no longer interested due to personal reasons.” He said.

Hon. Adah a former NDDC Commisioner from the state hails from the same Obudu local government with incumbent Governor Ayade.

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