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The Senator-elect, Jarigbe Agom, releases another expository on how a Commissioner of police was used to maim delegates in Ogoja, during PDP Cross River North Senatorial District by-election primary.
I want to thank God for making his Word come to pass. I relied on His Word in LAMENTATIONS  3:36 & 37, all through this political tussle. Humans arrogated the Power of God to themselves, because of transient  political positions. They mobilized the late Commissioner  of Police, to come personally  to Ogoja, with his Men, to maim, shoot and kill Party men from Cross River North. Some are permanently  disabled today, while some were killed.
 It’s  unfortunate that the Commissioner  of Police passed away, mysteriously after that unethical action. Before he passed on, he had a discussion  with me, on the day of the General Election, in his room, at All Stars Hotel, Abakpa, Ogoja.He said to me and I quote-” You are a young man and I have seen the Truth. I was told that you are a Cultist and that you are very violent but I have come to Ogoja to see that, you are a fine gentleman, interested in the betterment of your people. You have been robbed of your Mandate but you will get it back in Court. Do not make trouble. Just pursue the matter in Court”. I  took his advice and today, it has come to pass. May his Soul RIP and may God forgive him and all  those who spill the blood of our innocent brothers from Cross River North.
My joy today, is not the paraphernalia of Office but that I took the fight to a logical conclusion and by the grace of God,  the unmoved–mover, we made it. When the grace of God departs from a man, it becomes like the story of David and Goliath.
I listened to Stephen Odey, get vociferous on TV, a couple of days back after the Court’s verdict, when he threatened that I was not going to occupy the Senate Seat. I want to advise  him to repent of his voodoo politics, so he doesn’t  get consumed by the wrath of God. You do not try to kill a child of God. I did not go to shrines to kill you or assassinate you, when your Boss brutally took our Mandate and gave to you. We should  always remember, Retributive Justice.
May God guide and guard all Cross Riverians as I wish us a happy new month and in first Sunday of August,” he concluded.

Amawu Cletus Albert Amawu

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