By Archibong Jeremiah, House Of Assembly Correspondent
The Cross River State House of Assembly, CRSHA has just confirmed the 28 list of Commissioners sent by the State Governor, Senator Ben Ayade.
The confirmation was done after two days of screening of nominees by the Assembly.
Advising them, the Speaker Hon. John Gaul Lebo enjoined them to represent the overall interest of Cross Riverians. According to John Gaul, the unity and bond the Commissioners share is exemplary to all and sundry.
He urged the Commissioners to see the Assembly as a place they can visit anytime and commended all those who contributed to the success of the screening.
Responding on behalf of the Commissioners, Hon. George O’Ben Etchi extolled the Assembly for what he described as kind words and energy throughout the process.
Accepting the tasks ahead, O’Ben Etchi vowed that they will work as a team in actualizing the goals placed before the State by the Governor.
He called on the Assembly members and Cross Riverians at large to remember them in their prayers as the tasks ahead is herculean.
The new Commissioners are; Hon. Sunday Achunekang (Obanliku), Engr. Eraye Mike Ikor (Obudu), Hon. Victor Adugba Agwu (Obudu), Barr. Joe Abang (Ogoja), Thomas Udam (Ogoja), Prof. Anthony Eneji (Bekwarra), Stella Orem Odey (Yala), Hon. Onoh John Ulafor (Yala), Hon. Daniel Osim Asu (Boki), Barr. George Abang Ekpungu (Boki), Alice Olok Ekwu (Ikom), Bar. Chris Nja (Ikom), Asu Okang (Etung) and Gabriel Odu Oji (Etung).
Others are Peter Akam Egba (Obubra), Dr. John ofem Inyang (Yakurr), Hon. Goddy Etta (Yakurr), Hon. Francis Etah (Abi), Chief Ofu Ebiregor Ayia (Biase), Hon. Itaya Asuquo Nyong (Akamkpa), Hon. George O’ben-Etchi (Akamkpa), Asuquo Ekpeyong (Odukpani), Edem Inok Edem (Calabar Municipality), Rosemary Effiom Archibong (Akpabuyo), Dr. Inyang Asibong (Calabar South), Oliver Orok (Calabar South), Edem Okokon Effiom (Akpabuyo) and Hon. Savior Nyong (Bakassi).
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