Thursday, 30 May 2019

Anderson Salutes Ayade's Second coming, says hands on the plough is a done deal

Mr. Eric Anderson, immediate past commissioner for Culture and Tourism Development in Cross River State has hailed governor Ben Ayade of Cross River state for a successful inauguration ceremony, even as he said the governor's policy of "Hands on the Plough" is a welcome development that will drive development in the state. 



In a statement signed by the young energetic politician, and made available to TDN, Anderson, said the governor's policy of hands on the plough will add more meaning and colour to cross river state, thus, making it the number one tourism hub in Nigeria.


Anderson who said the governor's passion and drive for the transformation of the state puts them(his appointees) on their toes to search out avenues to add value to the state, said the same loud voice with which Cross Riverians used in speaking at the poll in March 2019, its the same loud voice they are using in saying Congratulations to the governor.



Anderson's statement reads in full:


Congratulations to the people's Governor on your Inauguration ceremony for a second term


Yes! Cross Riverians spoke with one voice at the polls and today with that same one voice,  loud and clear we are saying a big congratulations to you, the people's governor.

Just has you have said, we believe your second coming will indeed be hands on plough, which will add more meaning and colour to our dear state, the number one tourism hub in the nation.

Your passion and  support for Tourism development is second to none, thus always putting us on our toes to ensure we deliver on your campaign promises. We will indeed continually support your deep vision to uplift tourism in Cross River state 

Congratulations to a deep thinker, a man with passion for his people.



Mr. Eric Anderson
Former Commissioner for Culture and Tourism Development

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