CALABAR SOUTH… Sometimes, Silence is not GOLDEN! —By Martin Bassey

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The Eleven Eleven Roundabout with the popular Calabar Flag in Cross River capital city
Martin Bassey|12 June 2017 
One day… We will realise that we have lost so much to Cultism.
One day… We will realise that the silence of the politicians against Cultism is dangerous. 
One day… We will realise that as individuals, we did not do enough to curb Cultism. 
One day… We will realise that outsiders will have to marry our daughter’s because our son’s have since been killed and buried.
One day… We will realise that all pastor’s and prophets should have done more.
One day… The Efiks will realise that they are losing their children everyday for no just cause.
One day… We will realise that most of the people patronising cultists don’t even reside in Calabar South.
One day… We will face our maker to give account on how we represented him in Calabar south.
One day, we will realise that sometimes…Silence is not GOLDEN.

Martin Bassey 
Writes from Calabar