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I‘ll sustain Imoke’s agenda – Ugbe

Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development and Governorship aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), Mr. Patrick Ugbe has expressed his desire to sustain the transformation agenda of Governor Imoke if his aspiration to Government  House comes to fruition.
Speaking in Calabar, the governorship aspirant promised to leverage on the legacies of successive administrations to usher the State into an era of quality leadership and good governance with unlimited opportunities.
Ugbe commended efforts of former Governor Donald Duke and incumbent, Senator Imoke in rural and urban transformation and massive infrastructural development in various sectors.
He said his vision to improve on the giant strides of Governor Imoke is dependent on the choice of the people of Cross River, stressing that democracy has afforded the people the opportunity to decide their fate.
Ugbe said if endorsed to run and eventually win the race to government house his primary responsibility will be to meet the needs of the citizens.
He expressed faith in the future of Cross River State and maintained that his mission is to strengthen the values of adequate representation and good governance.
According to the aspirant, the State has made significant progress to become an investment destination in Nigeria and assured of his plans to consolidate on these gains.
On youth empowerment, Ugbe said he will adopt measures to address the obvious economic crises associated with the rise in the number of unemployed youth.
“There will be deliberate effort to bring about policies that will promote youth entrepreneurship and leadership development while encouraging decent and healthy participation in politics,” he said.
The Commissioner said his vision and mission are not different from those of the present administration to leave a legacy of quality leadership by providing a platform upon which this project will thrive and give all the people the liberty to decide their destinies.
The governorship aspirant noted that the call to serve is a call to sacrifice and assured of his teams readiness to deliver on their mandate if given a chance.
He expressed his belief in the philosophy of a State that is firmly rooted in Justice, Equity, fair play and transparency and stated that his aspiration to the exalted position of Chief Executive of the state is to promote the ideals of democracy.
The Governorship aspirant invited all Cross Riverians to come on Board stressing that his Proposed Programmes have enough room to accommodate everybody.

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