Akwa Ibom Royal Fathers Receive Community Service Train

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Mrs. Josephine Bassey speaking to the gathering

Akwa Ibom Royal Fathers Receive Community Service Train

For once again displaying fatherly love and compassion, some traditional rulers, youth leaders and women stakeholders have expressed profound gratitude to Governor Udom Emmanuel.

The philanthropic gesture which came through the Divine Mandate Community Service, witnessed the sharing of relief items to the people.

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This show of compassion by the Father of the state is in response to the countries current economic crisis, with the prices of goods and services at an all time high, it is only left to be imagined, how the less privilege can pull through.

The Divine Mandate Community Service , the palliative channel of Governor Udom Emmanuel, has been sharing food items to the less privileged, to cushion the effect of the economic crises.

Since 2015, the Governor has used the avenue to reach out to the less privileged in local communities in the state.

Leading the team on the visit, the Special Assistant to the Governor on Research and Documentation, Mr. Essien Ndueso, commended the people of the area for their steadfastness with the Governor Emmanuel led administration.

He said the Governor understands the challenges faced by the people as a result of prevailing economic challenges in the country, hence his resolve to tirelessly make life meaningful for Akwa Ibom people.

He listed some of the Governor’s development strides since his mounted the saddle six years ago, noting that Nsit-Atai is not left out in the Governor’s development and Completion Agenda.

He said the palliatives are only temporary reliefs to the people and a little way of the Governor’s show of love to them.

Also speaking, another member of the delegation from the area, Mrs, Josephine Bassey, who is Special Assistant to the Governor on Project Monitoring, appreciated the Governor for his kind hearted disposition to the people of the community, saying her people were appreciative of the gesture.

She sued for continuous support to the Completion Agenda programme of Governor Emmanuel.

Special Assistant to the Governor on Media, Reverend Richard Peters and Special Assistant on Project, Miss Peace Frank also gave goodwill messages at the occasion.

The outreach was witnessed by the Village Head of Idikpa Ikot Ntuen, Chief Ekpenyong Asuquo, the Youth Leader, Effiong Udo Akpan and members of the village council.