Maurice Ekeng approved as Cross River Labour Party chairman


The National leadership of the Labour Party (LP) has recently approved the appointment of Mr Maurice Ekeng as a new acting Chairman of the party in Cross River State.

The National Chairman of the party, Mr Abdulkadir Abdulsalam, said in a letter in Calabar, that the appointment became necessary following the resignation of former chairman, Mr Austin Ibok.
Abdulsalam said: “Following the vacuum created by the resignation of our former chairman in Cross River, Mr Austin Ibok, we wish to notify you that, Mr Maurice Eteng has been appointed in acting capacity to run the office of the Cross River Labour Party.
“The newly appointed acting chairman had been mandated to mobilize, coordinate, and revamp the party machinery in the state.
“We urge him to mobilize massive support from serious minded and prominent people into the party in consultation with the national headquarter.”
The national chairman urged all party faithful in the state to henceforth recognize him as the authentic acting state chairman and cooperate with him accordingly.
The national leadership had in a letter dated June 6, disowned one Mr Baron Eyo as the LP chairman in Cross River.

Speaking, the new chairman, Mr Maurice Ekeng, said with the new mantle handed over to him, he would not only re-organise the party but ensure that it makes positive impact in the local government election in the State.
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