Civil Society Group set to tour Akwa Ibom for Assessment
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Nelson NseAbasi

In a bid to further inspire greatness and reward diligence in public service, a socio-pololitical group, No Sidon Look Organization is set to storm the oil rich Akwa Ibom State for what it refers to as the mother of all tours & assessments.

Civil Society Group set to tour Akwa Ibom for Assessment

The information is contained in a release published by the organization’s headquarters stating their readiness to assess Nigeria’s highest earning state from national allocation, to see first hand the amenities and democracy dividends put in place for the people whom their government is receiving so much from the federal purse.

Civil Society Group set to tour Akwa Ibom for Assessment

When asked about the inspiration behind the group, the Director General, Mr Portrait Peterson confessed during a chat ‘It is my believe that as young people, if we all wake up and ask for good representation by our leaders in the right way, things will change for us all. Make we ‘No Sidon Look’ so we don’t waste the little that is left in the country, especially the Niger Delta Region’.

Civil Society Group set to tour Akwa Ibom for Assessment

In his score card of political agitation, Mr Portrait makes reference to Governor Godwin Obaseki, according to him, ‘our efforts in Edo State solidified our ‘candidate’ as the peoples ‘choice, as the entire state stood in awe at the effect of the No Sidon Look Organization campaign tagged ‘EDO NO BE LAGOS’. Other States where our name ring bell is Delta, Cross River, Rivers, Bayelsa, Imo, Abia and Ondo.”

Speaking further, he said ‘I believe that political leaders in office should be held accountable. As a group, we identify with the right leadership, which is the peoples choice and through our various strategies engage citizens in making the right choice and making their voice heard’.

Comrade Peterson hinted that the organization is sending a strong delegation to Akwa Ibom State on a 3 days working visit in February to set in motion plans to assess and subsequently reward public servants with record and evidences of performance. He also said his team will pay a fact finding visit to a school in Ikono, following report of unfavourable learning conditions.

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