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Don’t relent in Supporting Gov. Udom Emmanuel- Hon. Antai

Don't relent in Supporting Gov. Udom Emmanuel- Hon. Antai

Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Rt. Hon Victor Antai has called on Mbo indigenes not to relent in supporting Gov. Udom Emmanuel.

Hon Antai made the call when he play host to PDP Ward and Chapter Executives of Mbo in his house.

 

He inform them that Governor Udom Emmanuel has done much for Mbo in the last two years.

He also intimate them of the Governor’s willingness to complete the Ibaka Deap Seaport, stressing that “Ibaka is the economic naive centre of Mbo local government”.

Don't relent in Supporting Gov. Udom Emmanuel- Hon. Antai

He hinted them that the company that will build the biggest tank farm in West Africa will land in Ibaka and inform them that the access road to the project has been commissioned by the Gov.

Hon. Antai also stated that the Governor has setup an implementation committee headed by Dr. Emmanuel Ekuwem for the implementation of the project.

He urged them to support the zoning of chairmanship position to Enwang in the forthcoming local government elections.

The meeting had in attendance, Member representing Mbo State Constituency in the State Assembly, Hon. Samuel Ufuo, Bishop Etim Ante, Hon Chris Abasieyo, Ward and Chapter Executives in Mbo local government area.

Highlight of the meeting was the donation of Toyota Camry to the Chapter Chairman of the party by the Commissioner.

Don't relent in Supporting Gov. Udom Emmanuel- Hon. Victor Antai

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