By Our Correspondent
The Speaker of the Cross River State House of Assembly, Hon John Gaul Lebo has commended the immediate past Majority Leader of the House of Assembly, Hon Moses Abeng Onoh for his industrial acumen.
Hon Lebo gave the commendation at the weekend in Obubra when he commissioned Agemos Oil and Farms and Agemos Bakery owned by the former House leader.
He expressed excitement over the investments which he said would create job opportunities for the Obubra people while helping to boost the economy of the area.
The Speaker who described Hon Onoh as an asset to Obubra further lauded him for siting the industries in the rural communities of Ofodua and Oyadama in Obubra Local government Area.
Reacting, the Legislative Adviser to the Speaker and member representing Yakurr 2 in the State House of Assembly, Hon Eteng William Jones said he was impressed by the former leader’s sensitivity to his people by siting the industries in the area, adding that such patriotic initiative should be emulated by other politicians.
Also speaking, the member representing Bekwarra state constituency in the House of Assembly Hon Agaji Idagu said the investments in Obubra was an indication of the love Hon Onoh has for the people, reiterating that the spread of the investments in Ofodua and Oyadama communities only demonstrate the former leader’s willingness to touch the lives of the people of Obubra.
Responding, Hon Moses Abeng Onoh said he was grateful to the Speaker for the commissioning, averring that the investments were for the benefits of Obubra people.
He observed that he was moved by the plight of several Obubra unemployed youths roaming the streets and the need to provide sources of livelihood for them.
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