Cross Riverians: Is your will, willing to Wheel?

By Inok Solomon

You need to clear your tracks to allow the will to wheel. You can tap electrical current to your house from the power house near you using wires. But that puts power into your wires, which on itself, serve no purpose. Before you can tap, you first look for an outlet for it. But you have to use what is already stored in your wires, before more can come to you.

What is the best and surest way to bring business into a store? You first give out something, advertising, samples, special service.

How do one bring more water from the common reservoir into the pipe? First draw out the water in them.

How do we draw upon more money? To first use to good advantage that which you have. Use it cheerfully, freely, for any good purpose, knowing there is infinitely more where that came from, merely waiting for you to make room for it.

When Governor Ayade, during the Retreat at the Ranch said, “He will give room for positive corruption,” He spoke from the power of “infinite supply” only made possible by the magic of clearing the tracks for more to come, rather than blocking the tracks to starve the state.

Proverb 11:24 says, “One gives generously and end up with more; another withhold what should be given, but he comes to poverty.”

Can this be why Cross River State had lost so much in recent times? Are we holding back too much to block the flow in for good use?

Loss of Oil wells, Loss of Bakassi, denied membership of Oil producing states, all roads disconnected from the State capital, Poverty struck, can this be as a result of few Politicians taking all and blocking the tracks of free infinite flows?

Governor Ayade came with an open mind and a generous soul, Today, Bakassi Deep Seaport is approved, Superhighway is the darling song of the people, Garment Factory, biggest in Africa is sailing the floods of Noah in Calabar, Rice City, Rice Mill, Pharmaceutical Factory, Approval gotten for TINAPA to start receiving Ships, and many more.

Salaries are paid as at when due, workers owe state government, appointees grow from 98 to 1700.

This can only be from a will, willing to wheel.

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