PDP Protest: What are you protesting for?

Written by Akwa Nta Effiong

My dear PDP in Akwa Ibom State,

I expected you guys to protest for New minimum wage, not what does not concerns or bring development to Akwa ibom and it’s citizens. Shame on all the youths of this state who has encouraged this but cannot protest to the Government against their parents in the civil service who has not been paid their Gratuity since 2016 till date.

I expected you guys to protest for Ibom deep seaport which was said to be completed in 3months but it’s getting to a year now.

I expected you guys to protest and demand that primary school teachers in the sate who has not been paid their gratuity since retirement, be paid with immediate effect.

I expected you guys to protest against the injustice that was done to Michael itok by our Governor.

I expected you guys to protest and demand why IBB way has not been given attention during this dry season.

I expected you guys to protest and demand that the government pays Law students and medical students their grants since 2015 till date. In case you have forgotten, udom has not paid any Akwa ibom student bursary since he became Governor. This is worth a protest!

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I expected you guys to protest the addition of 4 extra lanes at the airport road.

I expected you guys to protest against lots of portholes in this state.

I expected you guys to demand from our governor why the sudden decrease in doctor’s take home allowance ( that’s doctors under the payroll of the AKS govt) in the state from what it used to be.

I actually expected a protest on why ministry of Agric should be merged with women affairs and what relationship does the two have in common.

I expected you guys to protest and demand why we have not seen the rice that was launched last year in the market till today. How about the pencil? What happens to the tomatoes? The Akees toothpick nko? This too is worth protest!

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I actually expected you guys to protest and demand to see peacock paint that was launched being sold in the market or any store in uyo.

What are you guys protesting for? Are you protesting for the dilapidated primary health care centres across this state with no drugs and available manpower?

Are you guys protesting for justice for the late #SABATHA that was murdered in cold blood in this state? What are you guys protesting for seff?

I expected you guys to protest about the flood that ravaged people’s home in this state during rainy season.

What ate you really protesting for? Are you protesting that udom should make account of the 78 billion naira that was given to him by the federal govt?

My brothers in PDP what are you protesting for? That IMO state PDP should come and pay us our new minimum wage or that they should come and clear the backlog of pensioners Gratuity?

Ate you protesting that the car assembling plant in ITU be completed before udom vacates office?

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Are you guys protesting for ikang udom and garri udom which you guys hyped that is no longer seen?

Are you protesting for the international worship centre that the governor said will be built with funds from groups and individual but ended up earmarking 7billion naira for that project?

I really expected you guys to protest when Kaduna state, a non oil producing state top us an oil producing state recently.

To the arranger of this protest and all the people involved, KARMA is a bitch and does not forget people’s address!

Keep protesting for things that won’t add or Grow our economy nor take the teeming youths of this state off the streets!

To me this is actually a street walk and not protest, until when you are ready to protest for things that will grow the economy of this state and stop depending on oil, then I will take you guys serious!

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