Ayade transfers Pri. Health workers & their Pay Point from LG to CRSPHCDA. 2 months salaries due for payment

Jubilant management and staff of Cross River State Primary Healthcare Development Agency 
Peter Bassey|14 April 2017 
As the Cross River State Primary Health Care Development Agency (CRSPHCDA) marks her two years anniversary, the governor of Cross River State, Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade has transfered with immediate effect the staff and pay points of all primary health workers from the local government to the CRSPHCDA. The news came during the celebration of the agency’s two years anniversary.
Addressing staff and international partners of the agency during the celebration, the Director General, Dr. Betta Edu, thanked God Almighty for seeing the agency through her numerous activities. She also thanked all staff of the agency for their immense contributions in ensuring the successes the agency has achieved so far. She added that as pioneer staff of the agency, their names are been crested with gold in the history of the agency. She further encourage them to keep the flag flying and the vision burning. Finally, she showered praises on the super digital pro-health Governor of Cross River State, Ayade and his dear wife Dr Linda Ayade for their unflinching support to achieve this feat. Not forgetting the legislative prowess of the Cross River House Of Assembly.
Main while there was heavy cheering and jubilation as the DG announced His Excellency’s approval to transfer the documents and pay point of all primary health workers from the Local government to the agency, and the immediate payments of salaries before Easter. She thanked the governor for his magnanimity, stressing that such a gesture will only improve primary health care while bringing succor to the people and leverage their sufferings. She thanked her Commissioner for Health, Dr Inyang Asibong, for her support
The celebration came to its apex with a toast, cutting of the cake, pooping of drinks to mark the agency’s achievements, as well as chanting of a birthday song to mark Mrs. Bassey Henshaw’s birthday, who happen to be the secretary to the DG. 
In the same vein, staff of the agency prayed and poor encomiums on the digital governor Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade and the DG, CRSPHCDA Dr. Betta Edu for their great leadership pattern in moving Cross River State forward.
Peter Bassey
Writes from Calabar