By Efa Sunday: Government House Correspondent
The Cross River State gubernatorial Candidate of Mega Party of Nigeria (MPN) in the recently conducted March 9th, 2019 poll, Chief Ofem Ubi, has congratulated the returned PDP candidate, Governor Ben Ayade for his victory in the election.
Chief Ofem’s congratulatory message was contained in a press release as he also promised to work as a team member with Ayade towards the realization of his industrialization vision ongoing in the State.
He further thanked his supporters and party faithfuls for their undiluted supports, as he says his contest is a success story, though he lost in the free and fair election.
“I thank my hardworking and innovative campaign committee, party supporters, as well as, campaign support organisations and the national and State leaderships of our great party, the Mega Party of Nigeria (MPN), for their guidance and support.
“Many of you spent hundreds of hours and finance contributing to my campaign and I sincerely thank each of you.
“In spite of not haven won the election, we were a success story for constitutional democracy in our country against the backdrop of massive irregularities and security lapses rightly observed.” He said.
He charged all to remain steadfast and committed to the development of Cross River and Nigeria at large.
While concluding, Ofem urged Governor Ayade to complete the massive industrialization and economic re-engineering programs of his administration, adding that “infrastructural renewal especially in the health and education sectors must be sustained,” while also requesting that the Governor prioritize and improve the management of security and resilience building across the 18 LGA’s of the State.
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