CRSG resolves Calabar South markets crisis, sets up a 15-man Mgt C’tee —Gov’t House Press


Gov't House Press|7 March 2017 Cross River State has resolved the lingering crisis rocking the Calabar south markets, with the setting up of 15 man management committee. The management committee is to be led by Hon Chief Francis Effiom, as chairman. The setting up of the management committee in the words of His Excellency, the executive governor of Cross River State; Prof Ben Ayade is to administer the affairs of the markets to bring lasting peace. Conducting the inaugural meeting through His Special Assistant, on Peace and Reconciliation, Prince Charles Ushie, the governor congratulated and charged the committee to be up and doing in carrying out the tasks ahead.  He charged them to be law abiding citizens and shun all forms of anti-social behaviours that would impede peace and conducive atmosphere for business. The Chief Executive also directed them to be responsible citizens to the state and adhere to the values which the state is known for over the years as the people's paradise. The committee has Hon Chief Francis Effiom as Chairman. NegroidHaven… Truth in view of Africa's liberty!