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SPECIAL-REPORT: An Expository On “3 Most Performed” Youths (Across North, Central & South) In Gov Ayade’s First Term – PART I

By CrossRiverDaily Team:

Having religiously followed Governor Benedict Ayade’s first term administration, in coverage and in reportage, from whence it was birthed in May 2015 all along to when it was terminated in May 2019, it suits our emotions to say that we reserve, at least, an authority to examine and present the performance, of, not just the entire administration but that of individuals who invested quality resources within the ambit of their capacity to outshining their equals.

It is against this wheel that all of us at Cross River Daily decided to spare our respective schedules to bring to one book, three (3) of His Excellency’s “Most Performed” appointees, their portfolios, their roles, and their contributions in the first term administration; all of these, in four (4) separate expository pieces, and this, is the first of it all – the “PART I”!

In line with His Excellency’s posture of youths participation in governance and the demand of National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) for Gov. Ayade to appoint at least 55% youths in his second term, we aim to narrow our focus to, only the governor’s appointees who fall within the ‘youth category’.

As we proceed, “PART II” will present the “Most Performed” young appointee from Cross River South Senatorial District, “PART III” will showcase that of Cross River Central Senatorial District, and finally, “PART IV” will be that of Northern Senatorial District.

The essence of this is Cross River Daily’s little gesture to encourage hardwork amongst the growing youth population and to also predict where best they can be optimally utilized if His Excellency were to call another shot on them.

Look out for: SPECIAL-REPORT: An Expository On “3 Most Performed” Youths (Across South, Central & North) In Gov Ayade’s First Term – PART II.

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