Cross River State Government Is Not Interested In Partnering With Us – ITF DG Laments (AUDIO)

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By Grace Assim-Ita

The Director-General of Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Sir Joseph Ari has said that the Sen. Ben Ayade led administration of Cross River State is not interested in working with ITF.

Sir Joseph in a media parley represented by the Calabar Area Office Manager, Mrs. Ifeyinwa Anozie revealed that several attempts have been made to get the attention of the Cross River State Government but to no avail.

According to him, “It is disheartening to say that the government of the day is not interested”. He went on to commend journalists for objective reportage stressing on more partnership with ITF Calabar.

He concluded by assuring that the Industrial Training Fund will remain objective in its selection process as he encouraged Cross Riverians to visit the Calabar office for more information about available opportunities.

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