A’Ibom Pastor Drags Council Chairman On Social Media For Not Keeping To His Promise

An Akwa Ibom pastor by name, Leo Leo Umana, who’s also the State Revenue Board Member, has come out openly to drag his LGC chairman, Hon. Unyime Etim, for not keeping to his gentleman agreement with him when he wanted to run for council election.

According to the popular Facebook influencer, fondly called Bishop Leo Leo, when Etim wanted to run for election, he personally sent him some money to kickstart his campaign while he promised to support him for state house when the time comes, complaining that, it’s very unfortunate that the two-term council chairman has refused to keep to his promise to him now instead, he went ahead to purchase nomination form to contest election against him for the same position he’s contesting for.

According to him;

“Remember our Agreement Hon Unyime Etim

I supported you for Chairman, 1st term, Ikot Ekpene Local Government Area and your first Campaign money was given to you by me, when you placed a call to me while in Abuja telling me that, you were ready for rally but there was no money, and I transferred the said sum to you unconditionally.

In your build up to 2nd term, you came to me in the presence of other Youth Leaders in Ikot Ekpene that I should support you for 2nd term and you will support me for House of Assembly 2023, and promised to be giving me a “said sum” monthly for consultations which you never did.

So now that you have purchased PDP nominations form for the same House of Assembly, how about the Gentlemen’s Agreement we had.

Betrayal is the saddest pain of love. God will judge us in Jesus name, Amen.

God is a covenant keeping God. Remember your promises and keep to it.

You are too young to be dubious, greedy and desperate”.

©Newsline9ja.com

Wisdom Bassey

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