The leadership of Eket Federal Constituency Media Professionals, have congratulated one of their own and Special Assistant to Governor Udom Emmanuel on Research and Documentation, Mr Essien Ndueso on his emergence as Secretary, College of Personal Aides to the Governor of Akwa Ibom state.
The commendation is contained in a goodwill message signed by secretary of the forum, Mr. Mfon Bassey, they stated that they are further emboldened by the elevation of one of their own among aides of the Governor.
Stating that Mr Ndueso has remained focussed in promulgating the noble legacies of Governor Emmanuel to the world.
The forum acknowledged that Mr Ndueso’s meteoric rise is unconnected with his dedication and humility noted from when he served as Special Assistant on Media.
“As advocates of good governance and watchdogs of the society. We have painstakingly and consistently monitored and, objectively appraised your loyalty, performance, passion and resoluteness as Special Assistant on Research and Documentation to the Governor, and his Completion Agenda, and we are glad to assert that you have performed meritoriously”.
The media professionals expressed confidence and trust in the Udom Emmanuel led-administration assurances on completion of ongoing projects in Eket Federal Constituency and Akwa Ibom State at large.
They urged stakeholders across the State to remain firm in their sincere support to the governor’s Completion Agenda.
“Following the recent developments witnessed in our localities, we can state without equivocation that all projects initiated will be completed and commissioned as promised by the governor”, they concluded.
They also thanked Governor Udom Emmanuel for giving Mr. Ndueso the opportunity to serve him and urged all Akwa Ibomite irrespective of party lines to contribute for a greater hallmark and realizable industrialized Akwa Ibom State.
The College of Aides has Elder Ufot Ebong as Dean, Hon. Tony Akan as Deputy Dean and Essien Ndueso as Secretary.
It also has an advisory council headed by Isantim Kenneth Okon.