Covid-19: C/River Gov't officials lauds Omang-Idiege border policing strategy


Senior officials of the Cross River State Government have commended the Commissioner for Youths and Skills Acquisition, Hon. Signor Omang-Idiege for his continuous efforts in policing the Gakem-Benue border against Almajiris and other moving vehicles.

The officials, who visited and spent a night with the Commissioner at the border in inspecting vehicles and other commuters, lauded his efforts in returning back over 11 trucks conveying Almajiris back to their destination.

In their separate remakrs, they thanked Hon. Omang-Idiege for contributing his quota in keeping Cross River free from Covid-19.

The government officials include, Engr. Clement Akwaji, Hon. Chris Oshen Ojugbo, S.A to the Governor on Culture and Tourism, Mr Odido Moses Idagu, Hon. Kingsley Agabi, Mr Gabriel Ogabo, S.A Public Utilities and Comrade Peter Olofu, Bekwarra Youth President among others.

It could be recalled that, this border point, being a major entry/exit point between the South  and Northern states had witnessed influx of suspected Almajiris/Herdsmen who were all sent back recently.

Responding, Hon. Signor  Omang-Idiege thanked them for the solidarity and urged them to continue supporting the efforts of Gov. Ben Ayade in ensuring that Cross Rivers State remains COVID 19 Free.

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