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Ayade’s agricultural initiative boost with 700 plots of land

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Governor Ben Ayade agricultural initiative has received a massive boost as Dr Asu Shendam, have concluded plans to handover 700 plots of land, earlier donated to cross river state government.

It would be recalled that the state government had entered into an agreement with United Nations on Agricultural initiative expected to boost food production.

The initiative known as operation feed the future, according to Governor Ben Ayade will enhance the rich agricultural potentials of the state.

Speaking on the donation and his appreciation for Governor Ben Ayade commitment to agriculture.

Shendam said plans are under way to inspect the Land by a team of Government officials from both ministry of Land and the Governor’s Land committee after which a small ceremony will hold and then I will handover the Land .

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“we are on course to free our people from economic hardship and suffering, Ayade is just the Governor at the right time, yes some people might not be happy with my decision and that’s because they never took the opportunity the Governor gave, I took it and I did not regret it at all ,look some people are naturally not born to be great in life so you don’t blame them it is there choice as for me and my people we are hundred percent With Ayade on this farm Business.” shendam further stated

He praised Ayade’s agricultural initiative and maintained that the governor’s efforts will transform the economic fortune of the state for the better.

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