Senate leader and former Governor of Akwa ibom state, senator Godswill Akpabio on friday may 4th visited the ultra modern Rice City and the Calabar Garment Factory.
The senator who could not hold his excitement took to his facebook page to share his testimony after being conducted round the factories.
The former Governor who described Ayade as a ‘ Digital Transformer’, enthused that indeed Ayade is putting his intellect to work considering the lean resources of the state.
Nigerians took to the comment section of the senator’s facebook page to commend Ayade for the wonderful industrialization strides in Cross River State while calling on other governors to do same.
￼Excerpts of some comments below;
Eleazar Chinemezu wrote; I think TVC news journalist hangout should also come to cross river state and see projects that is capable of retiring lots of our youths from the labour market.. if this were to be one of Ambode’s projects in Lagos they would have discussed on it.
Odey Innocent Eje Wrote; Government at all level need to think towards commerce for service and development .with the lean resources coming to cross river state this is the only way out for us. And with the completion of all the industrial projects ongoing in the state and coupled with the massive dual carriage road projects on construction,the state would become a reference point to other states in Nigeria, Governor Ayade got it.
Blessing Akpabio wrote; This is exactly what we want in our own state Akwa Abasi Ibom state, more factories. May God strengthen our amiable Governor Udom Emmanuel to succeed in his industrialization program.
Luda Unombe G wrote; And thats really a welcome development and it will definitely enhance growth, empowerment, development in the state. Really an unprecedented gesture and well detailed. Thumbs up Governor Ayade.
Prince Peters wrote; A welcome development , they should make sure there is cooling system on the roof. Cooling system is also important considering the number of workers that will be there. kudos to the Governor.
Clement Moses wrote; Some state Governors are busy searching for oil,some are busy witch hunting seantors, some are busy looting, while others are busy building their projects. Welldone prof Ayade.
Emmanuel John wrote; One thing that kills Nigeria is maintenance, let me tell you this factory will only function now that the Governor is still in power. By the time he finiushes his tenurethe new man in charge will not be paying attention to it.
Anietie Jeremiah wrote; No better allocation yet they have the biggest garment factory you have ever seen. Ask your mr Right Udom Emmanuel how many people still use pencils and toothpicks to boost their economy? Ntok ntok syndrome with all our money.
Nsikak Aniefiok Morgan wrote; I believe a lot of applicants will be employed there to reduce poverty in the life of the youths. May God bless you sir.
Edu Onwurah wrote; Thats a giant stride. He must as well put measures in place for its maintenance. more powers to his elbow.
Pius Umoh wote; Great work there Governor Ayade, ours is just a toothpick factory that employs barely 20people.
King Andy wrote; That means the factory is more than the best in West Africa.
John Samuel Wrote; i wish Akwa Ibom Cna do something like this.
Uby Brown Wrote; I hope other Governors emulate this.
Usen Innocent wrote; This is true, my neighbour is working there and she testified
Agogo Cletus wrote; A very intimidating edifice your excellency i have been there twice.
Ogana Steven wrote; kudos to my amiable Governor professor Ben Ayade.
David Idim Wrote; let other states emulate him kudos to Ayade.
Igwe Ukeme Ntukidem Wrote; Can you confirm this garment factory to our pencil and toothpick invisible factories? Tell this Udom to sit up.
Hon Amb Excellent Chigozirim wrote; This is really great.
Samuel Etukudoh wrote;God bless all PDP governors