Ayade is a conquered army, we are the superior - APC

Mr. Bassey Ita, Cross River State APC Spokesman

The opposition All Progressive Congress, APC in Cross River State has berated Gov. Ben Ayade over the remarks he made in his recent media briefing.

The APC in statement by its Spokesman, Bassey Ita said Ayade sounded in the briefing as an already conquered army while noting that the party (APC) remain the superior army.

The party maintained that the statement on one part, was a compendium of apologies and deceitful considerations for the people of Cross River State.

"Apologies are often made by those who have a stigma or aura of failure or disappointments over them as identity.

His appeal for patients of the people whose mandate he holds and is desirous of keeping again reveals his acceptance of failure in the delivery of good governance and all of that", the statement reads in part.

Continuing APC said that "So the boastful Governor suddenly realized that the people exist! But the issue is that Cross Riverians have been committed to change and there is no going back on this. The are everyday inundated with empty promises and inexcusably bad administration of the state, brazen deceit and fraud to mention a few such dispositions".

Ita added that "I'm sure that if the people engage him, for instance in the area of circular flow of income in the state, having put the improvement of the local economy in perspective, there'll be evidence of woeful failure.

We dare to ask for instance when was the last time Cross River workers were promoted and their emoluments reflecting the promotion paid at all!? What about the emoluments of his appointees? Are there earning what is rightly theirs? How many MOUs have translated to tangible projects?

Cross Riverians need to be reminded that for the past three plus years, the Ayade government has received from the federation account, over N480 billion as allocation to the state and the 18 local government areas but residents in most part of the state or local government areas are still crying out for roads, for water and for other basic infrastructure that would add value to his deceptive or weird prospect for improving our local economy. Yet, for all that he has received, no one industry is producing to the advantage of the economy.

The story behind the ownership of the Garment Factory has equally tilted in a negative conclusion for the PDP Governor".

The party's said Ayade's statement "I can give my right eye for the people of Cross River State. I will rather lose election than lose my name which is a legacy and it is paramount to me" reveals the pregnancy of another weird thought. It is an acceptance of defeat by a man who sees the mounting disenchantment of the people rather than see a picture of acceptance and encouragement to succeed.

The situation now in Diamond Hills is a replica of the many histories of military conquests in the last few centuries where conquered Armies make categorical statements that show acceptance of defeat.

Our concluding take on this as a party that is ready to enact a political conquest of the Ayade's PDP is that Cross Riverians should remain steadfast and or resolute in their resolve for change.

As a superior army, our resolve is to conquer the people's oppressors albeit politically and change the current narrative of our dear
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