LG Elections: Don’t Criticize Us On Social Media, Talk To Us – CROSIEC Chairman (AUDIO)

In Breaking News, CrossRiverWatch Radio, Politics

By Archibong Jeremiah

Dr. Mike Ushie, Cross River State Independent Electoral Commission (CROSIEC) Chairman has urged Cross Riverians not to take to social media and criticize his commission.

He made the call Wednesday while meeting with party leaders where he issued the 2019 Local Government Election Guidelines and Timetable in the commission.

Ushie went on to say belong that CROSIEC “belongs to all of you here, you will be making a mistake if you ascribe CROSICE to a particular party, we are all young people, we have a future. Where you feel were not doing it, talk to us instead of going to social media to criticize CROSIEC and things like that … it will not pay us as partners”.

The CROSIEC Chairman went on to discourage election violence and pledged to be fair in the discharge of its mandate.

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