By Sylvia Okoi
The Cross River State Commissioner for Environment Hon. Moses Osogi has inaugurated a special task force on Environment to fast track reform process in the sector
Speaking during the inauguration which took place in his office, in Calabar, Hon. Moses Osogi stated that the Environment enforcement team would serve as part of the state Government’s plan to accelerate the pace of ongoing reforms and policies directions in the Environmental sector.
The move according to the Commissioner, is aimed at curbing Environmental nuisance to the barest minimum as well as enforce compliance to all Environment laws by residents in the metropolis and charged the task team to be good ambassadors of the ministry.
In his remark, chairman of the newly inaugurated task force Mr. Amissine Godwin Ekpe thanked the Commissioner for the privilege given them to serve the state and assured his team’s unalloyed loyalty and adherent to best practices while in the discharge of their duties.
Highpoint of the event was the official oath taking and presentation of customized reflective best (uniforms) to members of the task team for easy identification.
The team is made up of the Chairman , Amissine Godwin Ekpe, Secretary, Akpa Akpa Agbor, secretary, Effa Okon, Onyi Odidi, Erim Emmanuel, Victor John, Earnest Ofem, Elemi Esebonu, Samuel Moses, Ernest Amos, Ofem Samuel.
Other team members include Friday Omini, Patrick Abam, Ogar Fedelix, Ogre Joseph, Agiah Shedrach, Precious Doing, Oyama God’s will, Ojong Boniface, Ifere Brian, Bassey Agong, Agbong George, Effiom Webber, Equere Francis and Okoi Ikpi.