Imoke Assures Cross Riverians Of Better Life Within 4 Years
CALABAR, March 13, (THEWILL) - Cross River State Governor Senator Liyel Imoke has vowed to dedicate the next four year of his administration to service that will translate to a change and improvement in the lives of Cross Riverians.
The Governor made this known during a thanksgiving service on Sunday, 11th March 2012, at The Winners Chapel, to mark his reelection.
Imoke expressed appreciation to God for his success at the poll and charged all members of the PDP family never to take credit for successes, but to always “give credence to God Almighty, to whom credence is due”.
The Governor thanked the church and the people of Cross River for their support, and prayed for God’s wisdom and the spirit of service, to enable him truly be of service to residents of the State, adding that “if we can truly serve God, we will truly serve Cross River”.
The Regional Pastor of the Living Faith Church Calabar, Pastor Edwin Ogehlenya, lauded the Governor’s act of showing gratitude to God and likened him to the Biblical one leper out of ten that came back to give God thanks.
In his sermon, the Senior Pastor urged all to make God the priority in their lives, adding that the best of God is reserved for the lovers of God.
Also present at the service were the Deputy Governor, Barr Efiok Cobham and his wife, the Hon speaker, Cross River State House of Assembly, Hon. Larry Odey and his wife, the Secretary to the State Government, Barr. Mike Aniah and wife, and many others.