NewsJarigbe's Projects Spread Across 54 Wards in C’River North – Group

Jarigbe’s Projects Spread Across 54 Wards in C’River North – Group


The Coalition 4 Good Governance in Cross River State, a socio-political group, has lauded the impactful representation of Senator Jarigbe Agom Jarigbe in the National Assembly.

The group said that Jarigbe, who represents Cross River North Senatorial District in the National Assembly, had projects spread across the 54 Wards in the district and five local government areas of the state.

The Convener of the group, Jimmy Aninege and the Secretary, Ben Abang, said the group had resolved to mobilise funds to advance the re-election of Jarigbe.

He noted that beyond influencing people-oriented projects across the senatorial districts, the lawmaker had empowered thousands of people in the district with scholarship awards and jobs, among others.

Aninege attributed Jarigbe’s empowerment programme to the reason why there is a reduction in the crime rate in the senatorial.

“This empowerment programme has benefitted hundreds of people who he (Jarigbe) assisted with federal jobs and thousands of others who have benefitted from scholarship awards at primary, secondary and tertiary education levels.

“Beyond this, he has assisted hundreds with payment of their WAEC and JAMB registration fees, as well as providing bursary to indigent students that are in various higher institutions across the country.

“Simply put, Senator Jarigbe has shown capacity to deliver even at his youthful age. He was the first individual in Cross River North to swing into action, following the outbreak of COVID-19, by providing hand sanitisers, face masks and hand-gloves for his constituents.

“Jarigbe supplied palliatives (food items) to the Leprosy Hospital in Ogoja during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are indeed happy and ready to provide this assistance for him to continue providing that good governance that the senatorial district has long yearned for,” he stated.

He said that the mobilisation of funds and canvassers that would campaign across the five local government areas of the Cross River North Senatorial District was meant to ensure that the re-election bid of Jarigbe did not fail.

He added that it was their own way of appreciating the senator who has contributed in no small measure to the development of the senatorial district.

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