Prince Otu unveils 13 point development agenda

Emmanuel Alfred

The Gubernatorial Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Cross River State, Prince Bassey Edet Otu has unveiled his development agenda for Cross River State.

He formally presented his plan for the State to the Nigerian Union of Journalists at their office, Ernest Etim Bassey Press Centre in Calabar, the State Capital.

Prince Otu, who tagged the plan “Peoples First” said his agenda will deepen investments in people and also create the enabling atmosphere where people will pursue their legitimate businesses.

“Cross River State is the people’s Paradise and our People’s First Mantra will deepen investments in people.

“Greatness awaits us as we unfold our agenda for a better Cross River where everyone will live in peace and harmony with man and nature, pursuing legitimate businesses moderated by good governance.

“We need to change the narrative that our State is a purely Civil Service State, by repositioning our people to take advantage of our peculiarities in carving a niche for ourselves in a competitive world driven by modern technologies and practices” he said.

In his thirteen point agenda, he promised to build on what the incumbent, Sen Ben Ayade has put in place.

As part of his People’s First Agenda, he promised to scale-up the agro-revolution, see that industries work optimally, expand access to free and qualitative education and also develop our existing and new tourist sites.

He also promised to put in place modern road and street infrastructure, provide two more main drainage channels in Calabar, provide adequate platforms and facilities for sportsmen and also ensure a sustainable, economic and efficient management of mineral resources in the state.

He equally promised in his thirty four pages People’s First Agenda to preserve the physical environment through conservation, centralise and coordinate the book keeping and registration of public revenues and expenditure besides completing all projects inherited from past administrations.

He insisted that the governorship of the state is not child’s play but a call to service which he does not take lightly.

He also called on all to join hands with him in the task to emplace a People’s First Agenda for the overall development of the State.

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