Cross River Garment Factory Agrees to Produce Over 100K Uniforms for Officers of Nigerian Peace Corps

Nigerian Peace Corps in Cross River

The Nigerian Peace Corps has made an agreement with the Cross River State Government to produce about 100,000 uniforms for the officers and men of the Nigerian Peace Corps from the State-Owned Garment Factory.

Prof. Ben Ayade ,the Governor of Cross River, who disclosed this at the garment factory site shortly after his arrival from his stay abroad, said Peace Corps has engaged the Cross River Garment factory to produce 100, 000 uniforms for the organization.
Governor Ayade  alongside the Deputy National Commandant (Administration), Nigerian Peace Corps, Dr. Edet Bassey Ekpenyong, said that the garment factory reputed to be one of the largest in the world is well positioned to provide services to Africa in the area of garments.
Also speaking, the Deputy National Commandant (Administration), Nigerian Peace Corps, Dr. Edet Bassey Ekpenyong said that his organization is fully committed to working with the Cross River State Government to ensure  the Corps gets the best deal on the production of their uniforms.

The Nigerian Peace Corps aims and objectives is to “Train, Educate and Re-orientate the Youths on their future leadership roles in the society, the Art of nation building, Respect for Constituted Authorities, the Rule of Law and Democratic Principle as well as imparting a high sense of citizenship and good leadership in the youths.”                                                                   
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