Thursday, 31 August 2017

Governor Ben Ayade Cannot Feign Ignorance Anymore- Ifere Paul


Ifere Paul a foremost critic of Governor Benedict Ayade, the digital governor of Cross River state is at it again. This time Ifere said the governor cannot feign Ignorance of some flood infested erosion eroded residential areas along the high way and metropolis of Calabar.

Ifere who took to his facebook handle to express his dissatisfaction and disappointment in the governor Ayade’s administration’s handling of sensitive and primary social responsibilities as a government, noted that Calabar was once a peaceful, clean , green and loving city with good drainage system with scares erosion cases. He also noted the promptness and agility previous government responded to the flood and other human disasters when they occurred, all in a bid to save lives and properties.
But Mr. Paul lamented that ever since the introduction of this present administration, gutters and drainages are hardly cleared, incidence of flood have increased.
Residents of Murtala Mohammed Highway in Calabar are crying seriously of the negligence by government inability to come to their aid after the heavy storm that caused the flash flood all over Calabar weeks ago.
Until now, the area opposite the Calabar Sport Club is still suffering from serious decay. Residents are complaining about outbreaks of malaria as breeding grounds for mosquitoes increases. He said

Mr. Ifere Paul who have always been blowing his whistle against bad governance in the state also expressed sad feelings that it was shameful that till now the government has not cleared the gutters to allow these flood water give these residents a relief. It is an eyesore right in the center town

He ended his article by asking if the government will claim  ignorant of this embarrassing site.

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Ifere’s Article reads in full:

Calabar, the Cross River State capital was once a city to reckon with. It was peaceful, clean, green, and loving. It used to be well drained. Erosion and flood cases were rare. When the floods occur, the past governments were responsive enough to lend a helping hand to the the residents who suffers most.
Ever since Governor Ben Ayade administration started governing Cross River State, gutters are hardly cleared, incidences of floods increased, and residents are not spared the after flood damage.
Residents of Murtala Mohammed Highway in Calabar are crying seriously of the negligence by government inability to come to their aid after the heavy storm that caused the flash flood all over Calabar weeks ago.
Until now, the area opposite the Calabar Sport Club is still suffering from serious decay. Residents are complaining about outbreaks of malaria as breeding grounds for mosquitoes increases.
It is shameful that till now the government has not cleared the gutters to allow these flood water give these residents a relief. It is an eyesore right in the center town.
Can the government claim ignorant of this embarrassing site.
The pictures below will convince you.








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