Hardship: Eno’s supporters cry out for help over neglect

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In a heartfelt letter to Governor Umo Eno, a group of 87 supporters, alongside 150 affiliates of the Maintain Peace Movement in Akwa Ibom, have voiced their grievances over being overlooked and unrewarded for their staunch defense and support during the election campaign period.

Despite their dedication and the personal risks they endured to promote unity and defend the governor against online attacks, these loyalists claim they have received neither recognition nor compensation since the administration took office.

Praising Governor Eno for his efforts in navigating the state through tough economic challenges and political divisions, the letter nevertheless highlights a deep sense of betrayal among those who worked tirelessly in the trenches.

The supporters point out the irony in seeing detractors rewarded, while those who bore the brunt of public criticism in support of the governor have been left to struggle in an unforgiving economy.

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Citing biblical principles of fairness, the group implores Governor Eno to rectify this oversight and extend support to them and their extended network of campaigners and volunteers.

Their appeal is not just for financial aid but for a recognition of their sacrifices and contributions towards the governor’s electoral victory and the peace movement.

Addressed to key figures within the state’s administration, the letter is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by political supporters and the expectations of reciprocity in the realm of political patronage and loyalty.

As the group awaits a response, their plea sheds light on the broader challenges of political engagement and the often unacknowledged work of grassroots supporters in shaping political landscapes.



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