Thursday, 7 September 2017

Comr. Ndiyo, State chairman of NYCN Prays for Governor Ayade

|Ukorebi Esien| 8th September, 2017|

The Cross River state chapter Chairman of National Youth Council of Nigeria, comrade Ndiyo Ndiyo Prince has called on God’s abundance blessings on the digital governor of Cross River State, Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade, praying for divine intervention on the dwindling economy of the state as well as open doors and favours on his administration. He also prayed for God’s intervention in seeing to the commissioning of the governor’s keynote project- the super high way and deep sea port, thus putting shame on the faces of those who never wanted it to see the light of the day.

Comrade Ndiyo made this prayer while speaking to newsmen at the ongoing three days prayer summit which took off on the 6th of September, 2017 at the Eagle’s Square Abuja and organized by the forum of state chairmen of National Youth Council of Nigeria in partnership with Belema foundation and Jack Rich Twin.

According to Ndiyo, the prayer summit focuses on The President of the Federal republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari, the unity of Nigeria, peace and security of the country s well as the well being of the people and economy of the nation.

Ndiyo used the opportunity to applaud the tireless efforts of the Cross River State governor, Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade, the youth friendly Governor in ensuring the state becomes an enterprising state, his economic transformational strides and for his support towards Youth Council of Nigeria, Cross River State Chapter, Ndiyo prayed the governor’s key project- the super high way and deep sea port becomes a reality and put shame on the faces of those opposing the project.

 The CRS youth boss did not forget to applaud the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Mahammadu Buhari for his drive, focus, understanding and leadership strategies in recognizing youths as catalyst towards ensuring the unity, development and well-being of a country and further prayed that God keeps him as he shoulders the burdens of our dear Nation.

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