By CrossRiverWatch Admin
The Obudu Mountain Resort does not generate income for the Cross River State Government says the Special Adviser on event’s management and Governor’s office, Kenneth Aklah CrossRiverWatch can authoritatively report.
Aklah who says the facility does not generate enough to pay the salaries of staff, disclosed this recently on “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” a weekly live program aired every Sunday on the Hit 95.9 FM.
Audio clips obtained by CrossRiverWatch from Giants Concept, the content providers shows Aklah complaining about the type of agreements entered to with partners by previous administrations and explains how the current administration is tackling the challenges of supporting infrastructure, financing, management and marketing.
Also, Pamela Braide, a development and marketing consultant who was also a guest on the show disclosed a marketing trick and calls for synergy between relevant government parastatals and stakeholders.
Listen to the audio below…
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