Craf Congratulate Prof. Ben Ayade On His 2nd Term Inauguration Day
29th May, 2019
The Executive Governor,
Cross River State,
Your Excellency Sir,
CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE TO HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR (PROF) BEN AYADE ON THE 2019 DEMOCRACY DAY CELEBRATION AND HIS INAUGURATION FOR 2ND TERM AS THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR OF CROSS RIVER STATE
I, on behalf of the Cross River Artistes Forum (CRAF), wish to congratulate you in particular, Cross Riverians and Nigerians at large on this special Democracy celebration.
It is our believe that today’s celebration will bring about sober reflection on the State of our Nation before Democracy after which we will reminisce on the dividends that we all have been privileged to enjoy because of Democracy.
More so, it is expected that the Government, non-governmental organizations and His people generally come together with practical working ideas that will better our growing Democracy and project it in positive light.
I appeal to most respectfully use this medium to congratulate our amiable digital Governor, His Excellency Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade on his landslide victory at the 2019 polls and his inauguration for second term as Executive Governor of our dear State.
There is no doubt that the victory recorded across the 18 Local Government Areas of the State is living prove that the people are pleased with your stewardship which is conspicuous enough in but not limited to your numerous projects, prompt payment of salaries and inclusion of large number of youths in your cabinet.
Cross River Artiste Forum celebrates your achievement of this milestone.
We declare our unflinching support for the Ayade led administration, reiterate our utmost desire to work with the Government whenever called upon to reshape our Creative Industry to an enviable State that will boost the economy of the State, profile/revenue of our entertainers and curb the menace of youth restiveness through proper regulation of entertainment activities in the State.
Kindly accept the assurances of our esteemed regards.
Long live Prof. Ben Ayade
Long live Cross River State
Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria
Orok Bassey Duke