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10 political parties collapse structure in Cross River, endorse PDP governorship candidate


10 political parties collapse structure in Cross River, endorse PDP governorship candidate



In support of Sen. Sandy Onor, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for governor in Cross River, no fewer than ten political parties have collapsed their structure for the PDP governorship candidate.



Ejes Gist News gathered that, a declaration to that effect was made following a meeting of political parties held on Friday in Calabar under the auspices of the Coalition of Opposition Political Parties (COPPs).


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Ntami Esege, the chairman of COPPs, who made the announcement, claimed that the decision to endorse the PDP candidate for governor was made in order to help him lead the state to an admirable height.



He stated that the decision to support Onor was arrived at after a careful assessment of all the candidates, with focus on competence, capacity and character.


Esege said that Onor’s antecedent had placed him above every other candidate for the job of leading the state for the next four years.


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“Conscious of what the state has gone through in the last eight years, we unanimously resolved to support a man with the right credentials to take the state to an enviable height,” he stated.


Ejes Gist News reports that some of the political parties that agreed to team up with the PDP governorship candidate included: ADC, ZLP, AA, APGA, ADP and Accord.


Ejes Gist News also recalls that Onor had secured the endorsement of notable religious and socio-political groups within the last few days.

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Senator Sandy Onor


Notable amongst them were Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) and a Catholic Church group.

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