Cross River Water Board Defends Sale Of Land To Governments Officials (WATCH VIDEO)

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By Margaret Adam

The Managing Director of the Cross River State Water Board Company Limited, Dr. Godwin Igile has denied allegations that his company is a milking cow for top politicians in the State.

Dr. Igile made the clarification over the weekend as guest on ‘The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo’ a topical issues radio program aired on Hit 95.9fm Calabar Sundays 6-7pm.

He confirmed that some part of the land belonging to the company, which the company no longer needed has been sold out.

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One commentOn Cross River Water Board Defends Sale Of Land To Governments Officials (WATCH VIDEO)

  • You’ve sold govt land yet you can’t use the proceeds to pay PHED bills. Many weeks now not a drop of water from the public works in the entire city of Calabar. People are going round foolishly endorsing a failed system for a second term. May GOD have mercy on CRS.

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