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By Judex Okoro, Calabar

Prof. Ben Ayade  Cross River State  Governor has warned ex-agitators against any plan to sell off their start-up packs presented to them through the ECOWAS-EU small arms project.

The ECOWAS-EU Small Arms and Light Weapons Action is aimed at preventing further proliferation of illicit trafficking and flow of Small Arms and Light Weapons in Nigeria.

The project is carried out in five other states across the country including Other benefitting states Kaduna, Katsina, Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara.

In Cross River about 150 ex-agitators have been trained in various skills ranging from barbing, hair dressing, welding and ICT and each of them are ro be empowered with start-up packs.

Speaking at the presention ceremony of the first batch of beneficiaries of the items held at the State Police Command Headquarters, Diamond Hill, Calabar at the weekend, Governor Ben Ayade said the handing over of the start-up packs to the the first 50 ex-agutators mark the beginning of another journey into meaningful livelihood.

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