GOV. AYADE TAKES LAND TRANSACTIONS TO THE GRASSROOTS


 ... As CRGIA sets up Offices in Central & Northern Senatorial Districts

By Kingsley Agim, CRS-MOI Officer reporting from CRGIA

In consonance with Governor Ben Ayade's drive to take land transactions closer to the people, the Cross River Geographic Information Agency (CRGIA) has concluded arrangements to set up Desk Offices in the Northern and Central Senatorial Districts of the State respectively.

The Director General of the Agency, Sir John Odo, who had just returned from working visits to Ikom and Ogoja Local Government Councils - headquarters of the Districts, revealed that the two Councils have granted temporary office space for his Agency's activities, pending building of permanent offices in the areas.

Sir Odo said with these offices becoming operational in Ikom and Ogoja, being headquarters of the respective Districts, the attendant issues occasioned by improper land transactions will become a thing of the past.

The DG extended appreciation to Heads of Local Government Administration of the two Councils, Sir Julius Adie and Mrs. Margaret Eja Bassey respectively for donating Office spaces for the discharge of CRGIA's mandate in those areas, urging them to make judicious use of those offices when there become operational in no distant future.

Sir Odo expressed gratitude to the State Governor for taking land transactions closer to the people, while ceasing the opportunity to wish *Sir Ben Ayade a hearty 52 birthday* *anniversary.*

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