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Gov Ayade gifts Cross River APC Reps members Land Cruiser SUVs

Governor of Cross River State, Sir Ben Ayade, Monday, presented 3 Toyota Land Cruiser Sports Utility Vehicles to Cross River All Progressives Party (APC) members of the National Assembly.

Gov Ayade, through his Chief of Staff, Hon Martin Orim made the car presentation to the NASS members at the Cross River State Liaison Office, Abuja.

According to Ayade, the gift was in appreciation of the members loyalty to his leadership and the APC.

He reiterated that the car gift was to help facilitate their movement in the course of representing the people.

Ayade said the Cross River APC House of Representatives members understand the imperative of socketing the state to the center, describing them as dependable allies.

Responding on behalf of the legislators, Rt. Hon Legor Idagbo said the loyalty of the members would remain with Gov. Ayade, adding that “the governor has demonstrated exceptional leadership at the state and party levels”.

He thanked the governor for his benevolence, pledging the members readiness and commitment to work with him towards developing the state.

Hon. Legor who said Ayade’s decision to defect to the ruling APC was in the interest of the state, added that the passion to transform Cross River State necessitated the governor’s movement.

Beneficiaries of the gift included Rt. Hon. Legor Idagbo representing Obudu, Bekwarra & Obanliku federal constituency, Rt. Hon Mike Etaba, representing Obubra/ Etung federal constituency and Rt. Hon. Alex Egbona, representing Abi/Yakurr federal constituency.

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