Thursday 6 July 2017

Mother-of-all-empowerments: Senator Akpabio to empower over 2,500 constituents (see photos)

Senator Godswill Akpabio will today empowerment over 2,500 constituents of Ikot Ekpene Senatorial District. The event is scheduled to take place at Ikot Ekpene Township Stadium.
The event will have the governor of the State, His Excellency, Mr. Udom Emmanuel as the Chief Host while the Senate President, His Excellency, Dr. Bukola Saraki would be the Special Guest of Honour. The deputy governor, His Excellency, Mr. Moses Ekpo is billed to Chair the event. Grapevine has also hinted that Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State would be in attendance. His Excellency, Chief Ike Ekweremadu, the deputy Senate President is also billed to be in attendance. Aside from the isolated personages, political leaders, party stalwarts, stakeholders, royal fathers, the clergy, youths, women and the general public are expected to grace the epochal event.

Senator Godswill Akpabio, CON, the Senate Minority Leader also seems ready to meet his constituents and proudly present to them the report card of his stewardship in the senate in the last two years. Apart from the proud scorecard, he is also set to prove to them that he remains relentless in working and providing for them. And so the day would witness the presentation of 20 full scholarships and bursary grants to about 250 indigent students respectively; empowerment tools to about 2,500 constituents from all facets of socio-economic endeavors. They empowerment tools to be given include 30 vehicles, 4 tractors to each of the federal constituencies, 100 computers and accessories, 800 generators for small scale businesses, 300 sewing machines, 100 grinding machines, 100 block moulding machines and tricycles.
Below are some photos of the empowerment equipments...


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  2. Please always proof read you articles before posting. It's really annoying to read articles full of errors.

  3. Good one, but more still need to be done for our people. You haven't successfully help a man until he help another person. God bless Akwa Ibom