C’River State Govt Warns Appointees Against Coveting of Government Property as Administration Winds up

2nd May, 2023


The Governor of Cross River State Ben Ayade has warned appointees and Civil Servants who have taken advantage of the winding up of the administration to covet Government property for their selfish interests and directed that those involved should return those items within one week or face the wrath of the law.

A statement signed by Permanent Secretary, Alfred Mboto stated that some of the appointees have even gone ahead to forge documents to register their staff car as their personal property, while others are illegally using Government plate numbers on their private cars to have free access and passage through Security checks.

It added that the Commissioner, Ministry of Asset Management and Recovery in collaboration with the Special Services Office and the State Surveillance Committee of the Special Services Office have been directed to take inventory of Government Assets in all MDAs monitor and recover all Government property being carted away and converted for personal interest.                                                           

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