Efut Combined Assembly Accuse Ayade Of Backstabbing, Says Effiong Mbukpa Is Alive (VIDEO)

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By Efa Sunday And Patrick Obia

The Efut Combined Assembly (ECA) has accused the Cross River State Governor Sen. Ben Ayade of back stabbing.

According to the Secretary of the Assembly, Dr. Godwin Bassey who spoke exclusively to CrossRiverWatch TV issuing Staff of Office to Prof. Itam Hogan is going against the norms of the Efut Nation.

After reiterating that the Governor ignored cases in court regarding the stool. He expressed disappointment with labor leaders in the State for allowing the activity hold while on strike.

He concluded by calling on the Efuts to be law abiding irrespective of the challenges the struggle might have brought upon them.

Below is the letter sent by the Assembly to the State Governor.

The court papers below.

Watch video below.

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