by crossriverwatch admin
Former member of the House of Representatives Hon. Emmanuel Ibeshi and former Attorney General of the Federation, Bar. Kanu Agabi SAN are amongst the dignitaries that will be gracing the induction of the State Working Committee of the Cross River State Political Network CRISPON scheduled for November 28, 2013.
The induction ceremony which is expected to be conducted by Bar. Kanu Agabi will hold after the formal unveiling of the new secretariat of the organization in Calabar.
Mr. Ibeshi who is also a former National Publicity Secretary of PDP and a former governorship candidate will deliver a paper on “Cross River State: The Way Forward: A socio-political perspective.”
According to the Director General of CRISPON, Prince Mike Abuo, “Mr. Ibeshi is young and active with plenty of experience. It is people like him that we need to listen to now so they can share their experience with us. The state at this time is in need of his experience and perspective and that is exactly what we expect him to share with us that day.
“We have come a long way in our state wide mobilization, we have also been able to acquire an office and we need to induct the persons that have been elected so that they can get down to work. There is plenty of work to be done ahead of us and we are poised to do the work and that is what we want the people of Cross River State to know.
“We are expecting as many Cross Riverians as possible to come that day and solidarize with us. To come and join us to celebrate the miles we have covered so far”.
Other papers to be delivered at the event include: “Simple and direct ways of accessing the benefits of the Micro Enterprise Development Agency by the MEDA Director General, Mr. Atsu and “The role of youths in the development of the State by the Special Adviser to Governor Imoke on Public Affairs and Orientation.
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