A’Ibom Lawmaker Gives Job to Constituents

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The member representing Uyo/Uruan/Nsit Atai/Ibesikpo Asutan Federal Constituency in the National Assembly, Rt. Hon. Michael Enyong, on Sunday, March 8, empowered two more constituents with Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) jobs.

The job appointments facilitated by the Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Solid Minerals Development takes effect from Tuesday, March 18, 2020.

Enyong handed over the appointment letters to the beneficiaries, Mrs Anita Udoh from Uyo Local Government Area and Bridget Ekpeowo from Nsit Atai Local Government Area, at his Uyo Residence.

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Presenting the appointment letters to the beneficiaries, the Federal Lawmaker reiterated his vow to root out poverty in its entirety from the constituency, emphazing that in no distant time, the constituency will witness a strong economic and financial revolution, which will make the area top the first destination in Nigeria entirely free from poverty.

He urged the beneficiaries of the 35 years and pensionable job to make good use of the opportunity in their hands and exude virtues of commitment, humility and sincerity at work, while assuring that he will fight poverty to a standstill.

The FIRS appointment letters is coming few days after Enyong had doled out the sum of N1m each to eight of his constituents, N5,040,000 to 252 women as grants and more than 50 FG jobs in 2019.

Enyong harped on his newly launched financial scheme for his constituents christened: “The Millionaires Scheme”, intimating that the scheme will run on course until his constituents become millionaires. He said the millions will help the constituents establish business, invest in meaningful jobs and cater for their long term needs.

He thanked the people for honouring him with their votes during the last election.

Mary-Grace Enyong, wife of the Federal Lawmaker, seized the opportunity to appreciate God for the grace and strength given to his husband to fulfil his promises to the people.

She said the gesture showcased that Enyong is committed to bringing back the dividends of democracy to the constituency.

Mrs Enyong explained that as an added advantage, the FIRS jobs will afford the beneficiaries, their spouses and children free medical services from NHIS.

Visibly elated Anita Udoh, who spoke on behalf of the beneficiaries, thanked God for remembering them at a time they least expected such uncommon favour.

She lauded Enyong for his fatherly disposition, care and love towards his constituents, pledging not to disappoint Enyong as they begin work, Tuesday.

She prayed God to bless the Federal Lawmaker and grant him more grace to deliver on all his promises.

Present at the event were: Hon. Samuel Efanga, Former Commissioner for Science and Technology, Hon. Uduak Ekpewo – Director-General, Odudu-Abasi Campaign Organization, PDP Women Leader Ibesikpo Asutan local government amongst others.