Cross River Government Directs All Appointees, Heads Of MDAs To Report At Airport To Welcome Ayade Back Home

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

This is usually the atmosphere anytime the governor returns to Calabar (file pix)
This is usually the atmosphere anytime the governor returns to Calabar (file pix)

The Cross River state government is planning a massive reception to welcome the governor back to the state, Senator Ben Ayade from Abuja back to the state after his victory at the Supreme court over Barrister Joe Agi, SAN.

A notice signed by the Secretary the State Government, SSG Barrister Tina Agbor has directed all appointees of government and heads of MDAs to report at the Margaret Ekpo International Airport in Calabar on the expected day of the governor’s arrival to welcome him back home.

The statement reads: “After a well deserved victory at the Supreme Court, Abuja, His Excellency, Senator Ben Ayade, the Executive Governor of Cross River State will on Monday, 19th December, 2016 arrive the Margaret Ekpo International Airport, Calabar from Abuja.

“Accordingly , all political appointees, heads of MDAs, leaders and members of the Peoples Democratic Party, traditional rulers, opinion leaders, youth, women and faith-based organizations and all lovers of Ayade and good governance are by this announcement requested to be at the airport at 9:30a.m for a short reception and a thanksgiving church service.”

This reporter gathered that several of the appointees and supporters of the governor are preparing for a kill with several reception parties planned to hold in the state capital after the brief airport ceremony.

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