Cross River Government Invites Chinese To Build Motor Park

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

A team of Chinese investors to partner the Cross River State government for the construction of a central motor park in Calabar arrived the state on Tuesday.

The team comprising Linda Long, Vice President Zonson Smart Auto Corporation, Nadia Zhao CHO, Dongguan Belt and Road tourism Management Company limited, were met by Chief of Staff to Governor Ayade, Mr Martins Orim at the Margaret Ekpo International Airport.

The team’s visit which is at the instance of Godwin Nyiam, Director General of the Department of Public Transportations, DOPT, discussed terms for the construction of the park located at Picolo junction in Calabar.

The DOPT concerned with the congestion in Calabar and high traffic has sought and obtained the approval of Governor Ben Ayade for the construction of a central park in the outskirts of the city.

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