Cross River PDP Chairmanship Candidates And Vice Sues For Peace

In Breaking News, Politics, Reports

By Patrick Obia

PDP Local Government Chairmanship candidates and their vice in Cross River State have appealed to the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party to mend fence with the State Governor, Sen. Ben Ayade over ward/LGA congress.

They made the call after a brief meeting at Marian Hotel Calabar recently after which they proceeded to see Ntufam Edim Inok at his home.

The group convener, Effefiong Nta Eke while briefing journalists called for all and sundry to support the State Government in the fight against COVID-19.

He also disclosed that as a group they’re suing for peace within the party because only through it can “we as a State conquer COVID-19 and restore normalcy in the State.”

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