What! 40 Members Of Cross River Exco Renounce Membership Of Secret Cults

Governor Liyel Imoke of Cross River state

No fewer than 40 members of the Cross River Executive Council on Thursday renounced their membership of any secret cult, fraternity or illegal society.
Fifteen commissioners and 25 special advisers renounced their membership of cults and illegal societies during their swearing-in ceremony.
Gov. Liyel Imoke urged the newly inaugurated public officers to be ready to work for the accelerated development of the state within the next three years.
He said that their assignment was not mere “job for the boys’’, stressing that they should view it as a serious business.
Imoke urged the new cabinet members to exhibit commitment to efforts to achieve positive results within the shortest time.
“Today, 15 commissioners and 25 special advisers have been sworn in; the appointment is for those with proven track records.
“You all must, through your work, impact positively on the lives of every individual in the state.
“We do not need to wait to be called to office for the success of the state. We must in our own way do our best to impact positively on the lives of those around us.’’
The governor also used the occasion to appeal to the husbands and wives of the appointees to be tolerant toward their spouses because “you will be receiving late night calls and messages.
“We have just three years to achieve a programme of six years. There is no appointment in my administration that is `job for the boys’.”
Imoke also commended members of the House of Assembly for their cooperation with the executive arm, noting that their screening the new appointees was very thorough.

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