During a town hall meeting in Cross Rivers State, the APC Presidential Candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, called out John Owan-Enoh, the former senator who represented Cross River Central in the Senate, and who was alleged to have withdrawn support and participation after failing to emerge as the party’s gubernatorial candidate from the last party primary.
However, Tinubu called him out and apologized to him publicly, telling him to let whatever issues they have had in the past end and focus on how the party will emerge victorious in the upcoming general election.
According to him, “Senator John Enoh, please stand up; we didn’t start yesterday.” We’ve been great friends, and we have always shared one thing in common: progressive thinking and the capacity to change the dynamics of regression. No matter what degree of anger we feel, we’re bound to be angry in one way or another. We’re bound to be disappointed. As long as a human being lives, we’re bound to have regrets. But abandoning our people, our calls, and our determination to make progress and live with the people’s commitment is not what we ask for. “I saw you at the airport, and I begged you and I’m begging you publicly to let it end.”