Prince Otu Unveils Manifesto, Commits To Change Status Of Cross River As Civil Service State

Prince Otu Unveils Manifesto, Commits To Change Status Of Cross River As Civil Service State

By Our Reporter

Sen. Prince Bassey Otu, the Cross River State governorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, in the next election has unveiled his manifesto, promising to change the status of the state as a civil Service state.

In a press conference which held at the NUJ Secretariat in Calabar, the Cross River State capital, Otu said he aims to maximize the state’s different culture and diversity in the achievement of growth and prosperity for everyone.

His words, “Our State is composed of several ethnic groups, with great beauty in our ethnic diversities, which will be unified, harmonized, and strengthened through genuine love, mutual respect and equal opportunities, spread from Bakassi to Obanliku.

“As a home to about 4 million people, Cross River State is known for Peace and Order, Love and Hospitality, Amazing Cultural Heritage and Great History, Abundance of Food and the home of Nigeria’s most renowned delicacies.

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“We have resolved to sustain these gains and create new frontiers.
Greatness awaits us as we unfold our agenda for a better Cross River where everyone will live in peace and harmony with man and nature, pursuing legitimate businesses moderated by good Governance,” he said.

The former senator representing Cross River Central Senatorial District, said his government will focus on creating “an enabling environment for everyone to have the chance to excel in their areas of endeavour.

“We have gone to every part of our dear State, and have listened to the concerns of our people. Based on these concerns, we know that our people want an enabling environment for businesses to thrive on, our people want value for our agricultural produce, our people want access to markets, our people want qualitative education and healthcare systems, our people want a State where our commerce and industries have a chance to boom, our people want to have the glory and beauty of our State restored, our people want to live a life of dignity and honour, our people want a State,” he said.

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