By Ilam Patricia
The Cross River State PDP Chairman, Ntufam Edim Inok has promised to lend his voice to the State Government to support Arthur Jarvis University Akpabuyo with infrastructural and other development.
The Cross River State PDP Chairman made the promise when he led his executive council members on a familiarization visit to the first private university in the State.
His words, “What I have seen here today is something that we used to see as a mirage in so many States, what I have seen here is a massive development, I also thank you for the choice of location, this is purely an academic environment.
“We want to encourage you, we are really impressed, we will go out and shout to the public for what we have seen here, for the fact that you brought your investment here it’s highly commendable. As a party we have to collaborate and appeal with State Agencies to see what we can do with the current administration by providing infrastructure.”
Earlier, in his welcome address, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ani Nkang thanked their visitors as well as “congratulate the PDP for the resounding victory in the March 9, 2019 gubernatorial elections in the State.”
Furthermore, he said: “We believe this is recognition of the leadership role of the PDP in driving the development of Cross River State, while also strengthening and deepening our democratic culture.
“Consequently, we at Arthur Jarvis University are committed to supporting the Government in accomplishing her educational and economic goals.” He maintained.
However, the Vice Chancellor concluded by calling on the State Government to come to their aid by working on the assess and internal roads.
Highpoints of the visit was a tour of the school and presentation of a plaque to the Peoples Democratic Party State Chairman.
Pictures of the visit;
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