I trust that you and all of yours are safe, well and hearty.
On Christmas eve, I promised to begin a series in the new year, to help the selection decisions of the #CrossRiverState-resident voter. Kindly expect the first release in the coming days.
These #administrative and #legislative snippets promised, are expected to influence the #CRSConversation, and lead the electorate to asking the right questions and demanding credible and factual answers, from those looking to lead the state of Cross River, as Governor, as well as all those gearing up to occupy legislative positions in 2023.
Areas of focus, for this series, would cover the Economy, Agriculture, Security, Environment, Housing, Education, Power, Regional Policy, Civil/Public Service, Physical and Social Infrastructure Redevelopment, Youth and Sports, amongst others.
These discussions are ABSOLUTELY non-partisan, so the commentary and engagements that follow are expected to lead to the preparation and evolution of key strategic governance tools, initiatives and products, capable of forming – in collaboration – the framework for a new and emergent #CrossRiverState.
May the New Year usher unto us, New Thinking…leading to New Products…through New Efforts…towards a Revamped Commonwealth for all of #CrossRiverState. But most importantly, may God bless us all.
Engr. Wofai Ewa was the Deputy to Barrister Eyo Ekpo (SDP) who ran for the office of the Governor of Cross River State in the last general election.
NB: Opinions expressed in this article are strictly attributable to the author, Wofai Ewa and do not represent the opinion of CrossRiverWatch or any other organization the author works for/with.
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