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PostSubject: Senate leader condemns politicising visit to Buhari   Sun 10 May 2015, 3:57 pm

Senate Leader, Victor Ndoma Egba
on Sunday condemned attempts to
politicise his decision to lead a
Cross Rivers State delegation to the
President-elect, Maj. Gen.
Muhammadu Buhari.
Ndoma Egba said this in Abuja, on
Sunday, while reacting to a
statement credited to a group of
elders of the Cross River State
chapter of the All Progressives
Congress.
The group led by Eyo Nsa Ekpo, had
in a statement described the
Senate leader as leading a group of
“political gold diggers” to visit
Buhari in an attempt to reap where
they did not sow.
Ndoma Egba who spoke through his
Media aide, Ignatius Uzuegbulam,
said, “For the avoidance of doubt, I
clearly stated during the visit that I
was leading a non partisan group to
see the president-elect.
“The suffering of the people of our
dear state has no party affiliation.
“The painful loss of Bakassi and our
oil wells which have further
impoverished our people, is a
problem we all have been living
with since the sad events took
place.
“The People of Cross River State
stand to benefit if these injustices
are reversed by whomsoever God
gives the power to do so,
irrespective of political or religious
affiliation.”
He advised all those who had
doubts about the roles he played
before and during the struggle for
Bakassi to take time out and goggle
his name and the subject.
According to him, apart from his
thriving legal practice, he has spent
the greater part of his adult life
serving the people of Cross Rivers
State in various capacities.
The Senate leader also said it was
too late in the day for him to be
looking for a job because his legal
practice is waiting for him as he
leaves office. He, however, stressed
that he remains committed to his
political calling.
He also said nothing stops Ekpo or
anyone else from leading their own
delegations.
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