October 1, 2023

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Ediba, Adadama Stand Still For Alex Egbona

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Two strongholds of the APC in Abi Local Government Area of Cross River State- Adadama and Ediba- have spoken loudly of their decision to support Dr Alex Egbona of the APC to enable him win this month’s House of Reps election.
While the national women leader of the APC, Dr Betta Edu is from Adadama, the Abi Local Government Chairman, Mr Farathor Robinson Roman is from Ediba.






Also, the Anong-Ediba people are on the same page with the Ediba and Adadama people. Even when the entire Anong-Ediba were not supportive of his own political party, they have always stood by Egbona.



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After he led his campaign team to the Ediba/Anong axis, Egbona got fresh assurances of the continued support of the people as they warm up for the February 25 election.
When the campaign train got to Adadama on Saturday, the entire place became electrified. In unison, the people said their votes would go to Egbona.





Scores of women and youths who thronged the Adadama campaign rally ground said in separate interviews that having benefitted immensely from Egbona, they would vote for him when the day comes.



Election: Egbona Receives Blessings From Abi Royal Father


At Anong-Ediba, elders, youths,women and traditional rulers had openly endorsed the candidacy of Egbona and thanked him for serving and representing them well in less than four years.




While addressing the people at Anong-Ediba, Egbona lamented the sorry state of their road and promised that he would work with relevant agencies and arms of the government to fix the road.


Women Throw Weight Behind Egbona


Traditional head of Adadama, Eval Nelson Agbomi, while receiving Egbona and his team in his palace declared that efforts would be made to ensure victory of Egbona.



At Ediba, the council chairman who said he was at home with his people swore that his party would sweep the polls in the area because the people loved Egbona.

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