2023 General Elections: CNPP unveils 100,000-man votes in C’River

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Conference of Nigerian Political Parties, CNPP, Monday, officially unveiled her one hundred thousand (100,000) man votes NEGROIDHAVEN can report.

This development is ahead of Saturdays 25th February and 11th March 2023 general elections across the country.

According to Castro Ezama the state Chairman of Zenith Labour Party, ZLP and the spokesperson for the event, he informed that the anticipated choice of presidential candidate for the CNPP will be largely dependent on the one who is adjudged to have Nigerians at heart.

Mammoth Crowd At Conference Of Nigerian Political Parties Official Unveiling Of Over One Hundred Thousand Votes For 2023 Elections… (Credit: Ini Imah)

His words, ‘We came together as a group, a conglomeration of political parties and we’ve painstakingly come up with a one hundred thousand votes where we would support our would-be choice of presidential candidate come Saturday general elections.

‘We are still brainstorming, between now and Saturday, members of this 100, 000 will be duly informed. And I can tell you that these votes will go block to the presidential candidate. Of course, we are cross-fertilising ideas to see who is the presidential candidate that has Nigeria, most importantly, at heart. The person that can unify Nigeria, provide infrastructure, security, and the basic amenities that the common man needs.’

Ezama on behalf of CNPP used the opportunity to cast a vote of confidence on the security infrastructure in the state especially on the police, DSS. By doing this he disagreed with the chairman of YPP and IPAC in the state who had recently cast a vote of no confidence on the police, DSS and INEC.

CNPP said, ‘Let me use this opportunity again to pass a vote of confidence on our security agencies, the Commissioner of Police, the DSS, and other security agencies we have in Cross River state, the Resident Electoral Commissioner is doing a good job. If anybody is fanning lies out there that the elections will be rigged is not true.’

Ezama urged politicians to shun violence during the elections: ‘Let me use this opportunity to call on politicians, if they have gone to hire mercenaries to cause trouble, they should just relieve them because we don’t need trouble.

‘BVAS don’t need trouble, our innocent PVC’s do not need those troubles’.

He also disagreed that BVAS is in government house.

The Transcorp Hotels venue was in Calabar was filled to the brim with market women and men, youth, commercial cab drivers, artisans, those from the creative industry and the like.

 

 

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