A socio-political and socio-cultural group that projects the interest of Essien Udim Local Government Area and its people under the auspices of Reformation Agenda has lauded Governor Udom Emmanuel for the confidence reposed in its National Coordinator, Comrade Martins Inyangetoh, and for appointing him as Special Assistant on Project Supervision.
Interacting with newsmen on Wednesday in Ikot Ekpene, Comrade Inyangetoh said his appointment showed that “Governor Emmanuel is a detribalized leader and a promise keeper that is determined to lay strong foundations for the development and progress of Akwa Ibom State.”
He thanked the Governor for giving him the opportunity to serve in his government and vowed to discharge his duty diligently.
“I thank the Governor for his commitment and untiring contribution to transform Akwa Ibom. I have no doubt that our amiable Governor will continue to make Essien Udim and Akwa Ibom proud during and after his second term,” he added.
Speaking further, the National Coordinator of Reformation Agenda said “The opportunity and responsibility to serve the people as an aide to the Governor is truly humbling. I am most grateful for the confidence and trust demonstrated by youths of Essien Udim, the Akwa Ibom State Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Governor Udom Emmanuel. On my own, I will work and make them proud.”
He assured the Governor that the Reformation Agenda would not relent in its effort towards supporting his programmes, policies and reelection for another fruitful tenure.
Comrade Inyangetoh maintained that his next phase of service to the people of Essien Udim vis-à-vis Akwa Ibom State “will certainly build on the rich insights and lessons drawn from engaging with leaders, colleagues and stakeholders across the state.”
While commending members of the Reformation Agenda for their steadfastness and commitment, the newly appointed Special Assistant appealed to Akwa Ibom youths not to relent in their efforts in praying and supporting the administration of Governor Emmanuel, adding that “youths are the back bone of any society.”