By Patrick Obia
The conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP), Cross River State Chapter, has urged two prominent Cross Riverians, Sen. Owan Enoh and Pastor Usani Usani, to sheathe their sword as they are role models to young Cross Riverians.
This was contained in a press release signed by the State chapter Chairman of CNPP, Sunday Michael, calling the duo to come together, forget about their differences and form a formidable front that will attract federal presence in the State.
The political parties umbrella further implore the eminent personalities to continue to place the advancement of Cross River State far ahead of individual concerns.
The release in full: “The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP), Cross River State Chapter, has observed with great concern, the feud between prominent sons of Cross River State, which has trended in the media in the last few days.
“We are currently at the budding stages of democratic dispensation, a period which calls for citizens to close ranks and present a formidable front towards attracting better federal presence to their respective states. This is expedient, especially, as the CNPP is currently exploiting all channels to ensuring that a Cross Riverian emerges the substantive petroleum minister.
“The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties(CNPP), Cross River State Chapter, therefore Cass on the very distinguished senator John Owna-Enoh and the Honorable Usani Uguru Usani, to sheathe their sword and know that they, as men of caliber, stands as models to younger Cross Riverians, considering their track records in public service.
“The CNPP makes this call, as passionate appeal to these two eminent personalities, urging them to continue to place the advancement of Cross River State far ahead of individual concerns.” It ended.
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