BREAKING: Stop Using Bible, Quran For Swearing In, We Will Invoke Tradition – Bakassi Paramount Ruler

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

Royal Fathers in Cross River State will on Friday, 8th March 2019 invoke native injunction on anyone who orchestrates violence in the State during the forthcoming elections.

This is assertion by the Chairman of Cross River State Traditional Rulers Council, His Royal Majesty Etinyin Etim Edet.

According to the Paramount Ruler of Bakassi in a statement issued further disclosed that, “Eternal damnation and curses shall never depart from such person’s family. More details later.

“We have the way and means of stamping out corruption in Nigeria. Let us administer to appointees Oath of Office and allegiance.”

Agreeing that there should be no more use of Bible and Koran for swearing in he added, “There are many vices we can curb but Government is not using us effectively. And they know why”. He concluded.

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