By CrossRiverWatch admin
The member representing Ogoja state constituency in the Cross River State House of Assembly, Hon. Peter Odey has concluded his maiden edition of the Peter Odey football competition for under 18 students of secondary schools in Ogoja.
The competition had a total of 42 participating schools with government secondary school Igoli, ogoja winning the competition.
Speaking after the final match of the maiden edition of the competition, Hon. Odey said it was his desire to promote young talents in Ogoja and that he will continue to do his best in making sure that Ogoja grow in leaps and bounds.
He described the competition as one that was geared towards bringing together young children and adding color to the Easter season.
The Commissioner for Education, Hon. Godwin Ettah, thanked Hon Peter Odey for organizing a football competition in Ogoja stating that the state government is proud of his giant strides considering that, not minding the tight economic situation in the country, he is still doing everything possible to bring to bear quality representation to his people.
The State Security Adviser, Mr. Jude Ngaji, described Hon. Odey as a refined material who meant well for his people stating that he was not surprised at his achievements so far in the State House of Assembly.
The Chairman of Ogoja local government, couldn’t hide her joy, when she said that Hon Odey was a blessing to Ogoja nation and urged him to continue to do more for the people of Ogoja.
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