Beneficiaries Emerge From Senator Ayade Direct Cash Top-Up Program

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Senator Ben Ayade
Senator Ben Ayade

A statement from Dr. Steven Odey, Special Assistant to Senator Benedict Ayade, (PDP, Cross River North), today announced that disbursement to lucky beneficiaries of the Senator’s Direct Cash Top-Up Scheme begins from Friday 13th September, 2014.

The statement announced the list of initial beneficiaries from Yala, Ogoja LGA as follows:

List of beneficiaries from Yala Local Government Area:

John Ochelebe Odey
Okache Martin Joseph
Ogar Gabriel Akobi
Oko Emmanuel Ogar
James Agaji Ogar
Friday Ogonu
Michael Adiga Akwan
Chief Emmanuel Ochelebe
Oblechor Agu
Moses Oloko Onoh
Augustine Otubala
Okojo Joseph Oko
Friday Aja
Ethelbert Ugwoma Ikpa
Francis Eje Odey
Cosmas Ugbem
Marshall Osam
Monday O. Ugbem
Onawo Kenneth Udu
Sylvester Okoro Ameachi
Ochim Simon
Agnes Achadu
Maurice Egiri
Atom Charles Manu
Ajoma Monday Ogar
Oko Moses Imoka
Anthony Akobi Odey

List of beneficiaries from Ogoja Local Government Area:

Julius Agbor Onigar
Emmanuel O. Aponi
Nku Victoria
Morphy Oko
Raphael Alaji Eshop
Collins Ejuru
Charity Nkpakpa Abe
Mallam Khamis
Princess Ime Igbaji
Peace Ojong
Francis Achong
Maurice Ukong
Ogri Atabi
Esame Ikawu
Emeka (Emmy) Brazil
Godwin Agba
Sunday Iton
Mike Ibiale
Hajo Yakubu
Ita Francis

The statement added that an additional list of beneficiaries was drawn to get grants for Small Business Start-Up. The list include:

1. John Okogor
2. Wonor Augustine
3. Hon. Mike Obi
4. Mrs Confort Ihieji
5. Onawo Jacob Onawo
6. John Egbelo
7. Fredrick Adode
8. Matthew Uchiche
9. Moses Bisuakefe

Beneficiaries of the business start-up are enjoined to invest their money profitably in any business of their choice which will be monitored to ensure sustainability of the investment.

The statement which did not announce the amount beneficiaries will be given however said cheques will be issued on the 13th day of September, 2014 by 10am at Senator Ayade’s Constituency Office, along General Hospital Road, Ogoja.

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