Cross River 2023: Group Give Reasons Why Power Should Return To Southern Senatorial District

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Cross River 2023: Group Give Reasons Why Power Should Return To Southern Senatorial District

 

……. As CODE 888 canvasses support for the Southern Governor of the Northern and Central Senate District in 2023

Governor Ben Ayade, for fostering inclusive and good governance in the Cross River State, has been commended by a political party known as’ CODE 888.’

They insist that Governor Ayade’s approach to governance has given all Cross Riverians a sense of belonging.

The commendation comes on the heel of a call for help from the state’s northern and central Senate District to ensure the emergence in 2023 of the southern governor.

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The group called on the citizens of Cross River State’s Northern and Central Senatorial Districts to work together with their Southern Senatorial district brothers to ensure that power returns to the city by 2023.

The Director General of CODE 888, Maurice Mkong, stressed the need for power to be transferred to the southern part of the Cross River State by 2023 in a press briefing on Friday in Calabar.

Mkong claimed that to ensure that power returns to the south, it is important that every hand is on the table, stressing that the rotation ended with the north and there is a need for a new power rotation to start with the south again where it began in 1999.

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He argued that Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade, the digital, morally/ethically conscious and result-oriented state governor, being the type of man he is, will not fail to restore power to the south and that all that is needed to help him is for all.

The group’s director general stated that the power rotation (zoning) process at the federal, state and local levels is one of the very few rules governing political competition in civilian-led Nigeria and that zoning remains a cardinal rule in the Cross River State, deciding the balance of power between the three Senate districts.

The Deputy DG of CODE 888, Great Ogban, also reported that “Donald Duke did it, Liyel Imoke did it, and Ayade did it as well.”

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Ogban also called on those in the state’s northern and central sections to help the push to bring power to the south.

 

Cross River 2023: Group Give Reasons Why Power Should Return To Southern Senatorial District

 

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