The buds of prosperity are about to open up – Ben Ayade

Sir Ben Ayade – Cross River State Governor

Sir Ben Ayade have stated that the new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written.
According to a twit on the Governor’s official twitter handle @Senatorbenayade, he said that Cross River State government had begun writing her story five years ago when we vowed to decouple our dear state from federal allocations through aggressive industrialisation.
2021 will usher in a full optimisation of the state’s industries with all the established industries across the state spiking up full production and getting more Cross Riverians engaged in the process.
The governor also added that thee year 2021 holds so much promise and optimism as we will create more employment opportunties for our teeming youths as more of our industries go into commercial operations.
This year is one that Cross Riverians will begin to hold their future in their own hands when factories like Cala noodles, Ikom Cocoa processing plant, Vitaminise Rice Mill, Calabar Pharmaceutical Factory and Bekwarra groundnut oil Factory…
among other industries will come into full flourish to crystallize a year of prosperity for the state.

The buds of prosperity are about to open up
My administration’s other projects such as the Teachers’ Continuous Training College in Biase, the British/Canadian school in Obudu, with a full amalgam of nursery, primary, secondary and tertiary education will be completed and put to use.
The dualisation of Calabar-Odukpani Junction, the 148km Mfom-Yala-Bekwarra-Obudu highways as well as the Boki East/West road will all be completed this year. It is a year we will all be proud to be Cross Riverians.
Today Cross River looks at its future more confidently than ever before with a sense of assurance that finally we have edged closer to the end of the tunnel where the light beams its rays at us.


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