2019: Eket Fed Constituency Youths Endorse Nsima Ekere for Governor

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Youths of Eket Federal Constituency have reiterated their total support for Obong Nsima Ekere and unanimously endorsed him for their choice candidate for the forthcoming race to Hill Top Mansion come 2019.
The youths made the declaration during a one day leadership training session for selected youth leaders organized by an international humanitarian group, the Network Advancement Programme for Poverty and Disaster Risk Reduction (NAPPDRR), held at Uquo, Esit Eket Local Government Area.
Addressing the youths at the training conference, the President of the NAPPDRR, Al Mustapher Emem Edoho commended the youths of Eket Federal Constituency for being law abiding and showing cooperation with Obong Nsima Ekere led NDDC board to attract meaningful development projects to the federal constituency in the past one year.
Also speaking, the youth leaders from Esit Eket LGA, Comrade Emman Edoho, that of Ibeno LGA, Enyinna Ukana, Onna, Mr Kingsley Ufang and his Eket counterpart, Mr Godwin Tom, pledged to continuously support Nsima Ekere and President Muhammadu Buhari in his second term bid, in order to consolidate on the gains recorded by the President in terms of fighting corruption and agricultural transformation in the country.
The youths also used the medium to call on other youths in Akwa Ibom State not to be deceived or enticed by deceptive tongues who have no good intentions for the progress of the State but rather their personal interest
The NAPPDRR President, Al Mustapher Edoho and the Communications Manager, Prince Adeniyi Ajibola also advised the youths to shun cultism, violence and militancy and charged them to put all hands on deck at this trying times nationwide in order to avoid escalating tension and conflict in the country.
NAPPDRR also appealed to the Federal Government to approve the establishment of a Federal University of Technology in Eket to produce needed man power for the myriad of oil and gas companies in the federal constituency and other parts Niger Delta.

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