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Former Special Adviser to Governor Ben Ayade on Branding and Communication, Dr Dorncklaimz Enamhe, has denied reports that he betrayed his party, the Peoples Democratic Party, and the governor of the State after his resignation last month.
Enamhe, who spoke while addressing Journalists in Calabar, said he did not author an alleged letter credited to him and which was purportedly written to the Deputy Governor, Prof Ivara Esu, asking him to discontinue with the governor in 2019. He said the letter was the handiwork of detractors and political opponents.
“How could I do such a thing? I share a wonderful relationship with both the deputy governor and the governor. Since I ventured into the election, there had been smear campaigns against me, with some claiming that I have been involved in various political manipulations and a betrayal of my constituency in the past.
“The truth is that, I have never betrayed anybody in the past or present. As a party man, I worked for PDP in 1999 and we won election. Since then, I have been there for the party and I have never been found wanting,” Enamhe, who is aspiring to the House of Representatives for Bekwarra/Obanliku Federal Constituency, stated.
He advised his supporters to remain calm, adding that he was in the race to change the cause of leadership in the constituency, noting “I have to say categorically that, nobody should use my ambition to run anybody down. I have the ability to represent my constituency well and I know what I can do to better the lots of my people.
“I am proud of the governor’s achievements since he assumed office and I am ready to continue to work for his re-election in 2019.”