Akwa Ibom Governor, Umo Eno, Leads National Assembly Members on Visit to Senate President, Godswill Akpabio

18474972 img20240614wa0066 jpega0ee50c94c8b3992a30a602d76410177

The Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Pastor Umo Eno, Thursday evening, led members of the National Assembly across party lines, on a visit to the Senate President, Senator Godswill Akpabio at his residence in Abuja.

Governor Eno told the Senate President, who was joined by his wife Mrs Ekaette Unoma Godswill Akpabio, that the visit was to commemorate the Senate President’s first year in office, having been elected as the number three citizen on 13th June, 2023.

Governor Eno thanked the Senate President for the warm reception even at a very short notice, saying “on this day, 13th June 2023, I was here in this Blue Palour, a year after, I am here again in this same Blue Palour.

18474970 img20240614wa0069 jpeg30b562e9cc41b8d574e2746d02130154

“By this time next year, I will be here to also mark this day, if Jesus Christ tarries.

“We are here today, to celebrate your first year in office as our Senate President and to further reassure you of the determination and commitment of my administration to collaborate with the Senate under your leadership and the Federal Government, led by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, in the interest of our people back home and in the diaspora.”

Responding, Senate President, Senator Godswill Akpabio, reiterated his resolve to use his good office, in collaboration with the Governor Umo Eno-led administration in Akwa Ibom, to promote the unity, development and peace of the state.
“I am very happy to receive you with your entourage, made up of Akwa Ibom lawmakers in the 10th National Assembly across party lines. It shows that we are one as indigenes of Akwa Ibom State, deliberately working for the unity, peace and development of our dear state, without any consideration for party differences.

See also  Election Is Over, It’s Time To Work Together –Tinubu Begs Atiku, Obi

“As a former governor of the state and now the President of the Senate, I am more than committed to working with you and your government in the overall interest of our people. I thank you and your team for this visit and honour.”

Umo was accompanied on the visit by serving members of the National Assembly and a former member of the House of Representatives, namely: Senator Ekong Sampson, Hon. Unyime Idem, Hon Paul Ekpo, Hon. Mark Esset, Hon. Clement Jimbo, Hon. Dr Patrick Umoh, Hon. Martin Esin, Hon. Uduak Odudoh, Hon. Ime Okon, Hon. Emmanuel Ukpong Udo, Hon. Okpolupm Etteh and Rt Hon Onofiok Luke.

Recommended For You

About the Author: Akelicious

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *