Ayade Lauds Etsu Nupe, Invites Kingdom For Calabar Carnival

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Governor Ayade and the Etsu Nupe during the event which just ended in Suleja
Governor Ayade and the Etsu Nupe during the event which just ended in Suleja

Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State has lauded the Etsu of Nupe, Alhaji (Brig. Gen) Yahaya Abubakar rtd CFR, and the people of the Kingdom for maintaining their unique and distinct culture over the centuries.

The governor was speaking today when he and his Edo state counterpart accompanied the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris Kpotum, to accept a chieftaincy title bestowed on the top cop by the Monarch in his palace in Suleja, Niger State.

While commending the Monarch for recognizing and rewarding the good and meritorious work that the IG is doing in the face of daunting national security challenges, the governor said the Etsu of Nupe and the people of his kingdom stand out as a people who cherish and adore their culture and tradition and have manage to sustain the legacy to an appreciable period of time.

Governor Ayade also used the opportunity to invite the people of the kingdom and the other guests who came to solidarize with the IG to endeavor to attend the Calabar carnival and savor the legendary warmth and hospitality of Cross River State.

He assured the would be visitors that his administration has put everything in place to ensure that all visitors to the state during the carnival period not only enjoy their holidays in a peaceful ambience but will also live with memories that will linger for a lifetime.

The Governor was accompanied to the event by the Chairman of the New Cities Development Board, Mr. KJ Agba.

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