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JUST IN: Finally, Senator Sandy Onor Speaks On Rumoured Declaration For 2023 guber

File picture of Sen. Sandy Onor 


The Senator representing the Cross River State Central Senator District, Sen. Sandy Onor has refuted the claims making the rounds on social media that he has declared interest to connect the 2023 governorship election.

Online news platforms, Paradise News and Opera Mini News Hub had published that, the Senator during a meeting of the Central Planning Committee for the burial of late elder statatesman, Chief Wilfred Inah announced his intention to contest the 202e governorship.

But the Senator in a statement issued by Joe Obi Bisong, the Director General of his political organization , the "Caterpillar Movement", however denied the reports labeling them as mischievous, baseless and misleading.

He, however failed to expressly deny the rumour that he's eying the seat in 2023.
According to the statement, "The attention of the Caterpillar Movement has been drawn to a publication from paradise news and published by Opera News to the effect that istinguished Sen. Sandy Onor declared to run for the Governorship of Cross River State in 2023.
Without any fear of contradiction, the statement is mischievous, baseless, false and misleading". The statement added that the Senator's speech was limited to the life, times and burial of Late Chief Wilfred Inah whom he described as an "Icon Extraordinary who lived a succinctly simple, sincere and steadfast life", the statement reads in part". He warned that "in more senses than one, the death of such an icon should in no circumstance be polticised by political jobbers". Onor, a first time Senator and former Etung local government Chairman who served as Commissioner under the Sen. Liyel Imoke 's administration is heavily rumored to eye the state's number one seat in 2023. The current battle for the soul of PDP between members of National Assembly from the State and the Governor, Sen. Ben Ayade was allegedly fueled d by Onor' s rumored ambition which is reported not have the Governor's approval.
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