Kindly take your knees off our necks, Cross Riverians can’t breathe, please!

You have done too much – Is it a crime to give you our mandate?

Is it a crime to entrust in you, the economy of Cross River, and the future of several unborn generations which is presently hanging in the balance?

You’ve undoubtedly gone down memory lane from terrible to worst Governor ever to be produced by the State and for the State, please, let us breathe Sir.

As Governor, you had the opportunity to industrialize, transform, reform, revitalize, and develop Cross River but instead, you bungled it, choosing the path of destruction, and maladministration characterized by the consistent announcement of fraudulent unmentionable budgets, fake projects, commissioning of nonexistent factories and above all, tramples on the fundamental rights of the people, please let us breathe nau.

You brazenly gallivant the State with red beret in preparatory for 2023 in vehicles bought with State resources in blaring sirens while our infrastructures are in a state of total disrepair and our economy in total collapse like we have never seen before.

I remember vividly at your inauguration and up to date, you preached an agricultural revolution in the State. With the several bogus claims and besides the usual media razzmatazz, these claims have not been substantiated. The state of bad roads which I called “deathtraps” has made it impossible for farmers across the State to ship farm produce to the outside world. Please, let us breathe o.

Of all the Governors Cross River has produced, you’re indeed special, let us breathe

When other governors are busy churning out development for their states, his Excellency who is not excellent, is busy giving out food-on-the-table appointments without salaries and dancing around; did we elect you to dance?

While your counterparts commission Roads and bridges weekly, you’re celebrated by your proponents at the beer houses with fewer bottles of brews daily as their names are released for SAs/SSAs without functions, on social media; have you no shame?

A Joker as you referred to yourself during your presidential sojourn, you’re famous for the establishment of factories without production, destroying the state patrimony, and abandoning projects, can we breathe?  Please

Haven’t you done sufficiently sir?

What else would you want to do? Our initial passable roads are impassable and death traps now as a result of your monkey-leadership style.

What have we ever done to deserve you? Your entrance has turned the state against itself, can we please breathe?

You have done nothing tangibly as a chief executive of the state but promising heaven on earth when you return to the Senate, how does this resonate with you? Where you go pass go the senate sef!

The only news that comes out of the state now is the everyday defection to your party on social media. The reported number of detectors to APC in Cross River is already above the total number of Cross Riverians announced during the last population census, why won’t you allow us to breathe sir?

What would you use to campaign against Sen. Jarigbe who has done remarkably well for the Northern people as compared to you who is the Governor apart from the Food-on-the-table appointment?

Let us breathe sir – 2023 is a decisive year, you’re going to be retired even though not tired because the evil men do lives after them, surely, yours would live with you as you return home in 2023.

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