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Uncommon Guts: "Only the Guilty are Afraid…"- Robinson Uwak Blasts Gov. Akpabio

Hon. Robinson Uwak, Member representing Oron Federal Consistency, has again blasts Gov. Akpabio on Facebook.

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Robinson Uwak wrote:

“Only the guilty are afraid. Everyday Your
Excellency, you air your documentary
“Uncommon Transformation” across
television stations . I have never gone to
bribe any television station to stop it. Your
actions today is undemocratic as you have
attempted to silence the voice of the
voiceless. I will still advice that the concerns
of the ORO people be urgently addressed
otherwise you may need fuel your jet and
head to CNN to stop the next documentary.
I wish you a safe flight Sir.”

Best regards
Robinson Uwak
Ubeadai Oro

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2 comments

  1. It is disheartening that a state governor should engage in gangster-style bullying such as Governor Akpabio is enacting.
    Governments exist for three primary reasons. (1) Sovereignty, safety, and maintenance of property rights; (2) provision of nonmarket mechanisms for allocating scarce resources and (3) to implement arrangements that redistribute income and wealth. To these extents, the present government of Akwa Ibom is a total failure.
    On the issue of personal safety and institutionalized bullying, it is lamentable that citizens have no legal recourse. Ekpenyong Ntekim, Attorney General and State Commissioner of Justice of Akwa Ibom State invariably sides with Governor Akpabio in hopes of advancing his political ambitions.
    The end result is that Governor Akpabio has emerged as a dictator and the citizens of Akwa Ibom must abide by his dictates or face dire consequences.
    In a democracy, a government’s legitimacy and moral right to use state power is only justified and legal when derived from the people or society over which that political power is exercised. The state of Akwa Ibom no longer has a democracy.

  2. princeubong Enenyi

    Uncommon site

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