YDP Vs APC: Hurry to 78 Marian Road, Calabar to see YDP’s secretariat, YDP directs change agent


Efio-Ita Nyok|11 April 2017 

Popular social commentator has been directed by the leadership of Nigeria's alternative political party in Cross River State, Young Democratic Party (YDP), to proceed hurriedly to No. 78 Marian Road, opposite Federal Pay Office, Calabar to have a personal and refreshing view of its befitting party secretariat before expressing doubts at the political structures of the party in the state. 

This incident was a sequel to one of NegroidHaven's 10th April publications titled, 'Young Democratic Party has a better chance at the polls than APC, social commentator declares' http://www.negroidhaven.org/2017/04/young-democratic-party-has-better.htmlutm_sourcebetter.htmlutm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook&m=1 in which a statement was credited to one Simon Utsu, a controversial social commentator, who alleged that, 'with what I'm seeing on ground in Cross River, Young Democratic Party has a better chance at the polls than APC'. 
Joseph Odok, an acclaimed social change agent, had expressed doubts, yesterday, at the structures of the YDP while casting aspersions at Utsu when he said, 'Simon Utsu is never to be taken serious. He is avowed friend of Ayade his jocular play can't stop us from engaging the governor. He is a joker that had failed to tell us the structure of YDP. He keeps telling the world that he is not to be taken serious.' Again, he dared the leadership when he posited thus, 
'Anthony Bissong Attah tell me your structure and address of your party secretariat and various secretariat in other local government areas'. In rebuttal to Odok's obvious ignorance the State Leader of the YDP, Mr. Anthony Bissong Attah, asked the former to hurry to No.78 Marian Road to have a personal view of the party's secretariat. 
With the acquisition of a party secretariat in Calabar, the leadership of the YDP in Cross River State may mean serious business. Could YDP be the political messiah Nigerians are yearning for? Could youths be the desired change APC is disappointingly failing to offer? We are watching. 

Efio-Ita Nyok
Is a Blogger, the Editor & Publisher of NegroidHaven.org