UN Habitat seeks collaboration with Cross River
The United Nations Organisation, through its programme, United Nations Habitat, has expressed its desire to collaborate with the Cross River State government to enhance urban beautification, control erosion and provide water and electricity in the state.
This information, among other issues, was contained in a letter signed by the Director and Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Oyebanji Oyelaran Oyeyinka, and sent to the government recently.
In the letter, the director commended the government for making towns and cities in the state conducive for working, living, relaxation and economic activities.
Oyelaran Oyeyinka stressed that the collaboration will also help to build capacity with particular focus on job creation, improved living conditions and local assets development.
He commended Governor Liyel Imoke for his transformation of towns and urban cities in the state.