By CrossRiverWatch Admin
In a bid to ensure that all Government vehicles are recovered from immediate past political office holders in Cross River State, Hon. Martin Orim, Chief of Staff to Governor Ben Ayade Friday inaugurated Vehicles Recovery Task Force.
Performing the inauguration in his office, the Chief of Staff charged members of the Task Force to take their job seriously by leaving no stone unturned in ensuring that all Government vehicles are returned.
Responding, Chairman of the Task Force, Oko Inaku pledged that his team will deliver on their mandate.
Meanwhile, the Task Force has resolved that henceforth all Government vehicles must have authorized pass otherwise such vehicles will be impounded regardless of status of the users.
Other members of the Task Force include Governor’s Office Transport Officer, Bisong Agbe (Secretary of the Task Force), Captain Edet Otu, Austin Wono, Ransome Odey, Boni Ishamali and Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Francis Obigwa.
As at the time of filing this report only two appointees have returned their cars; Barrister George Ekpungu and Ntufam Okon Nyong.
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