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CULTURAL CELEBRATION: SA ABUJA LIASON OFFICE PARTNERS NACRISS

Hon. Maxwell Etta, Special Assistant to Sen. Prof Ben Ayade on Abuja Liaison office, in his usual pragmatism has taken the lead by rebranding the state rich cultural heritage in faraway Abuja through partnership with the National Association of Cross River State Students (NACRISS), University of Abuja chapter on her 2021 carnival and cultural outing billed for May 15, 2021 at the institution indoor theatre, situated at the mini campus of the university.

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In a statement by the humanitarian Maxwell and made available to pponline.com.ng, the ever-smiling political figure said that the star-studded carnival and cultural display by students of Cross River extraction in the University of Abuja is a product of Ayade’s pro-activism in opening the frontiers of knowledge through sound cultural, moral and ethical exportation of Cross River state rich values.

Hon. Etta urged all state political gladiators both within and outside of Abuja to avail themselves of the opportunity of positively changing the narrative by supporting the youths in every meaningful venture geared towards ameliorating youths restiveness and reduced social vices in the society.

To this end, all Cross Riverians resident in Abuja are encouraged to partake in the event with a view to building a better society.

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