Ndoma-Egba apologises over loss of Bakassi
Former Senate Leader, Victor Ndoma-Egba, has apologised to Cross River State indigenes and Nigerians in general, for the loss of Bakassi to Cameroon, when he was in Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Ndoma-Egba, who is the Chairman Niger Delta Development Commission, (NDDC), said this, yesterday, while addressing All Progressives Congress (APC) faithful during the inauguration of APC governorship cndidate, Senator Owan-Enoh’s campaign office and situation room in Calabar.
He said: “Under the PDP we lost our oil wells, under the PDP, Esuene Stadium used to be the mascot for national team and each time we played an international match, we won.
“Under the PDP, we lost the hosting right for the National Sports Festival. I mean it has been a history of losses, losses and losses.
“For the losses that happened when I was a member, I am sorry.”
According to him, the APC is fully prepared to confront the PDP, both at the national and state levels, to ensure that power is seized from the PDP in Cross River State to install an APC governor.
Owan-Enoh disclosed that zoning would not save Prof. Ben Ayade from defeat in 2019 in view of his poor performance in office.
Owan-Enoh said having come into office through zoning in 2015, the governor’s reelection should be based on his performance and not zoning, stressing that it’s an insult on the people of the state for Ayade’s administration to raise the issue of zoning and not performance after four years in office.
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