Gov Ayade restore Street light in Calabar
Less than 10 hours after Governor Ben Ayade, directed the special Adviser, technical Eric Akpo, to take over the immediate running of the State Electrification Agency(SEA), street light has been restored to Calabar.
A cross section of Cross Riverians who spoke on the development praised governor Ayade for his people oriented and developmental initiatives geared to improving the lives of the people and to ensure the state is safe for the people at all times
In the words of Ene okon, ” this development is great as it was only earlier today that we heard the governor have given directives to that effect and now less than 10 hours Calabar, has come alive. We are very happy and express our gratitude to our digital and excellent governor for all his good works. God bless governor Ben Ayade.”
Further buttressing her submission, Ita Archibong, posited “Ayade is an action governor, a talk and do governor, a man of his words, we are excited our great Calabar city is back please thank the governor for us.”
The directive by the governor earlier today, came with a mandate on the Special Adviser to ensure the immediate restoration of street lights in the state capital as well as in ogoja and Obudu pending the appointment of a new Director General for the State Electrification Agency (SEA).
According to the Special Adviser Eric Akpo, all the credits goes to the governor as he made it happened in accordance with his directive.
” Immediately his Excelleny gave the directive less than 10 hours ago l and my team went straight to action to ensure we keep to the mandate of our dear working governor and that’s why we have achieved this feat so quickly.
” I want to assure all Cross Riverians in line with the governor’s directive, ogoja and Obudu will feel our impact soon.” He added