Cross River 2019: Candidates To Sign Peace Accord Tomorrow (AUDIO)

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By Rose Ofem

The Cross River State Chairman of Conference of Nigerian Political Parties (CNPP) Pastor Sunday Michael has assured that candidates of all political parties participating in the forthcoming general election in the State will sign a peace accord tomorrow Tuesday 22nd January 2019.

The commitment was given on episode 131 of “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” which is aired Sundays on hit 95.9FM Calabar.

Pastor Sunday was a guest alongside Mr. Darlington Edem, State Chairman Center for Transparency and Advocacy, and Mr. Justus Oseuno, Convener I Pledge To Vote campaign.

The peace accord according to him “is to ensure that no candidate will support violence and other vices. The accord will be a legal binding document.”

The topic of the program is “I pledge to vote; combating voter apathy in 2019 general election”.

Listen to audio below.

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