Saturday, 12 December 2015

Are The Tiv Responsible For Uncle David Mark Wasteful 16 Yrs Of Leadership Of The Zone? – Dan Onjeh




Daniel Onjeh in one of his campaign stops.I WONDER IF THE TIVS ARE ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BENUE SOUTH UNDERDEVELOPMENT UNDER UNCLE DAVID MARK’S WASTEFUL 16 YEARS OF LEADERSHIP OF THE ZONE!




Some of my people appear to be the most gullible in the whole world!
From using the bogey of APA State creation to being a life Senate President and now, his rerun election being about the fight between the Tivs and Idomas.

Uncle David Mark keeps insulting our collective intelligence and sensibility, and yet some youths who should seize this golden opportunity to free our people from long years of socio-political and economic slavery, are swayed by this neo-political gambit of Onjeh being sponsored by Akume!
The Tivs are certainly not responsible for our stagnation but ourselves! Uncle Mark being a Senator for 16 years, and Senate President for 8 years, who was touted the ‘DEFACTO PRESIDENT’, had all the opportunities in the world to develop Benue South but rather, elected to suffocate the zone further. The infrastructural development of the Senatorial Zone of his former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, reinforces this point.

Uncle Mark has always told us that we are a minority as such we can’t afford to be in the opposition, why is he eating back his word by advocating we join the opposition?
Being inherently an activist, in spite a young man from a very humble background, determined to free my people, I have fought this far, and it doesn’t matter if I stand alone , shall fight till the end!
I’m better situated to attract development to Benue South than uncle Mark, as President Buhari would prefer to believe and trust my submissions about the zone. Besides, uncle Mark has attained his political ‘menopause’ this is evident in his redundancy in the Senate! Thus, his return will amount to silencing the voiceless voice of the Idoma Nation in the senate!

The video below is just a tip of an iceberg of the realities the suffering vast majority of people with PVCs in Benue South have been living with.


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