Governor Ayade’s Aide Identifies Loyalty,Hard work & Obedience To Law As Virtues For Meritorious Service

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By David Agabi

The Senior Special Assistant to the Cross River State Governor on Ranch Resort, Sir McFrank Abuh has identified loyalty,hard work,honesty and obedience to law and order as virtues for successful public and civil service career.

Sir Mcfrank stated this in an interview with journalists on the sideline of an honour bestowed on him by School of Basic Midwifery, Obudu, during the capping/matriculation ceremony for a successful thirty five years meritorious service.

The SSA who is the immediate out-gone Dean of Student Affairs of the said school maintained that the honour done on him is a reward for his selfless service and visionary leadership put in place over a long period that hitherto placed the School at the position it is now.

“As a civil servant,your service is to the people and not yourself, having realising this you will work with all your heart and when you reach your peak the government will ask you to go home and rest; that’s the stage I’m now. Thus,I encourage everyone aspiring to work or working already to give their best so that anytime they are no longer there they will be remembered”

The soft spoken aide of the Governor use the occasion to appreciate the Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade for his unsurmountable stride in developing the State and provision of welfare services as well as opening up space for young people to operate.

“My Governor, Sen. Prof Ben Ayade is a man I can hardly describe in word in view of his ingenuity and magnanimous spirit. He has done a lot for Cross Riverians and indeed the State is better for it”

Sir McFrank was honoured with a brand new television set for his meritorious service at the occasion.

It will be recall that the capping/matriculation ceremony was for March 2020 and March 2021.

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