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Cross River North Senatorial election: Youths ban APC aspirant, Joe Agi from Bekwarra LGA

Young people in Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State have restricted a Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and wannabe for the Cross River North Senatorial political decision, Joe Agi, from crusading in the Local Government Area (Bekwarra). 

The adolescents in an announcement gave by Agaji Adie Ntamu for Young Bekwarra pioneer's discussion said that the consideration of Bekwarra individuals have been attracted to a provocative video by Joe Agi (SAN) on one of the most terrible Bekwarra-Ishiborri mutual emergency. 

"In the video, Agi on his counsel visit to a couple of individuals from APC at Ishiborri people group in Ogoja came up short on thoughts and in his franticness to dazzle his previously baffled individuals reviewed the extremely heartbreaking Ugboro-Ishiborri common conflict which occurred in 1995, precisely 25 years prior which was an exceptionally ridiculous intercommunal question where numerous lives were lost with property worth a great many Naira devastated. A few families are as yet disenthralled till the current day. 

"The torment and the distress of this feared shared disaster is exceptionally new. The financial difficulty is as yet being felt by both influenced networks. The choice of Joe Agi to stay his political point on such appalling episode with the plan to censure the uprightness of the great individuals of Bekwarra is humiliating. 

"Regardless of whether Agi was paid a fortune to guard the Ishiborri individuals in the implied land question, would he say he is relied upon to bring it up following 25 years of such a monstrous occurrence where bunches of individuals are as yet attempting to recuperate and live in harmony? Possibly, this clarifies the nature of initiative he means to bring to Northern Cross River, in the event that he is ever considered by any stretch of the imagination. 

"His choice to knowledge another annihilation, where he can rapidly race to court and adventure the individuals of their hard income to the detriment of their lives has flopped woefully. 

"We wish to advise him that our very much regarded lawful symbol is excessively exceptionally positioned and shouldn't be utilized as political snare by somebody with no political track records. In case he overlooks, Chief K.G Agabi has served this country as a previous clergyman of Justice and one of the binding together characters in Cross River and shouldn't be hauled into any legislative issues of detest and division. 

"Bekwarra and in reality the world ought to by Agi's affirmation of continually being an Ishiborri man which clarifies why he took the Bekwarra individuals to High Court and incomparable courts and won them, realize that he doesn't respect Bekwarra and doesn't have their inclinations in his plan of things. We trust he doesn't come to Bekwarra some time or another to battle for votes. 

"With such an unguarded discourse from an alleged senatorial applicant, it has become truly certain that he comes up short on that binding together character to encourage fast improvement which is the thing that the senatorial region needs direly," the individuals said. 

Therefore, the young people gave the hopeful conditions including, indicating a genuine contrition, "Agi and his political group are encouraged to delicate an open expression of remorse distributed on full pages of five national day by day papers with a comparable conciliatory sentiment on three radio broadcasts in particular, Hit FM, Calabar, Ebonyi broadcasting administration, Abakaliki and Joy FM, Otukpo which will run simultaneously for in any event, a month and inability to do so will result to serious antagonism in the event that he ever challenges to come to Bekwarra for any political movement," the individuals undermined.

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