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Tensions As Scores Of PDP Members/Supporters Dump Party, Defect To APC In Bekwarra, Collapsed All Structures For Hon.(Prince) Edward I. Ajang, (VIDEOS)

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Ahead of APC Campaign rally today in Bekwarra Local Gov’t Area, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has received scores of prominent opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Members/Supporter’s in Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State, including the ward chairman of Beten. The defectors  Mr. Mathew Oko, Peter Odama, Mrs Angela Oko, Godwin Achoda Bisong, Cecilia Odey, Samuel Okpodu, Ekunke Igbagri, others,   were received by Hon.(Prince) Edward Ajang, the Candidate of the party cum Member representing Bekwarra state constituency in the Cross River House of Assembly. Watch Videos ⬇️  The new APC members cited alleged injustice within PDP, as well as Governor Ayade’s developmental strides in Bekwarra. They also said that they joined APC sequel to the ”visible performances of Hon. Eddy the APC Legislator and other political appointees. They commended APC for fielding credible candidates for the 2023 General Elections.

“We are finished😨”, Nigerians React As World Bank Released Latest Country’s Debt Record

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The total debt owed to the World Bank Group by Nigeria rose by $660m in the first six months of 2022 from reports. This is according to data from both the Debt Management Office and the financial statements of the World Bank. Read also:  VIDEO: Moments David Oyedepo’s Winners Chapel Church agog as Youths changed praises and worship to campaign for Peter Obi. Read also:  TRENDING VIDEO: Watch as Pastor Enoch Adeboye’s Declares Support For Peter Obi  Serious Traffic in Calabar, Cross River State as Obidients Family Filed Out In Millions To Observe Health Work, VIDEO According to data from the DMO, Nigeria debt to the Washington-based bank was $12.38 as of December 31, 2021. The financial statements of the World Bank for fiscal year 2022 show that Nigeria owes the lending institution $13.04bn as of June 30, 2022. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the International Development Association, which make up the World Bank, have, over the years, advanced loans to Nig