A’Ibom LG Poll: Paul Ekpo Adamant, Bent On Installing Brother
Still very defiant and not ready to bow to popular pressure and opinion against fielding his brother, Cletus Ekpo, for the forthcoming Local Government Elections in the state, Paul Ekpo, Chairman, People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Akwa Ibom State, has further dusted his hatchet tools aimed installing his brother by organising a rally where his co-travellers in this swift, greedy and self-centred technique of eating it all alone will gather to endorse his younger brother Cletus currently the Transition Chairman of Etinan LGA.
A top ranking secret and popular poll aimed at sampling the opinion of a collective persons and stakeholders reveals that the candidacy of Cletus should be off the thinking-box of well-meaning Iman sons and daughters.
“Why should Paul Ekpo feel he can pocket us and move around the way and manner he feels and desires? We can’t keep quiet and watch things fall apart in Etinan. Apart from a few close associates of his who can’t boost of nothing at the end of it, who has Paul deeply impacted in Etinan? This whole nonsense has to be nibbed in the bud. Paul should realise he is no god. So let him stop playing and acting like one. I hate the entire marginalising episode,” a foremost stakeholder thundered.
Feelers making the round has it confirmed that but not for a certain publication that shook their camp, they had fixed the 11th of February highly, cunningly and selfishly crafting to drag people in joining this charade of endorsement.
“Paul is not learning at all, he should realise that people who indulge in this archaic and sinister imposition act which is old fashioned in the new political order, failed woefully,” a youth leader reacted.
“We are waiting for him and all his antics, we know how far he can go,” another fumed.
The political landscape of Iman has been infiltrated and a few greedy men are bent on tearing a once united people apart. Something needs to be done urgently and the steps must be taken to evade a political miscalculation.