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Ayade’s aides donate to orphanage, nursing mothers in Calabar

The Forum of Special Assistants to Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State have donated food items and toiletries, as well as cash, to the Infant Jesus Orphanage Home and nursing mothers at the General Hospital in Calabar.
Chairman of the Forum, Mr Charles Ushie, said the items were donated to the children with a view to improve their nutritional value and to express gratitude to Crossriverians for re-electing Ayade.
“We want to express gratitude to God and to the governor for giving us the opportunity to serve in the first term of his administration.
“We cannot go back to the governor to say thank you, but we need to reach out to the people that elected him to say thank you.
“As a forum of Special Assistants, we want to sincerely thank the governor for appointing us to serve in his first term.
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“We decided to visit this home because we want to encourage the children that they are not forgotten and abandoned; we are here to show them love and care,’’ he said.
Responding, one of the officials in charge of the home, Sister Udo Kristy, who received the items on behalf of the children, thanked the Forum for their show of love and support to the home.
At the General Hospital Calabar, Forum also went round the post natal ward and the emergency unit to donate cash to the nursing mothers and accident victims.
At the post natal ward, 15 nursing mothers received an undisclosed amount of money from the forum, while six patients at the accident unit also got same gesture.
Speaking on behalf of the management of the hospital, Mrs Philomena Atambi, a Senior Nurse in the hospital, thanked the forum for coming to the aid of some of the patients in the hospital.

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