Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Otuekong Nse Essien picks nomination form for Onna State Constituency

Otuekong Nse Essien picks nomination form for Onna State Constituency
Akwa Ibom consolidated Alliance  (ACA) leader and Co-ordinator of Udom Emmanuel for Governor 2015, Onna LGA, Otuekong Nse Essien a.k.a “Indo” has formally declared his ambition to run for the House of Assembly race, Onna State constituency as the undisputable and viable youth leader in Akwa Ibom, has already purchased his form for that office.

In the same vein, it was all jubilation as the Uyio Iwaad Awa, a socio- cultural group in Onna LGA, led by its President; Evanglist Ben Inyangetuk paid a courtesy call on Otuekong Nse Essien to declare their unrelented support to this illustrious son of theirs.

Declaring the occasion open, the chairman of the central working committee (CWC) of Otuekong Nse Essien Hope 2015 campaign organization and former vice- chairman of Onna LGA, Hon (Deacon) Vincent George, in his reaction on the endorsement of Otuekong Nse Essien by the entire Executive members of the Uyio Iwaad Awa, commended its president, Evang. Ben Inyangetuk for his steadfastness in fully supporting Otuekong Nse Essien’s ambition, as Evang Ben Inyangetuk denied the allegation on Uyio Iwaad Awa for sponsoring another aspirant for the House of Assembly seat in Onna LGA has he retreated their full endorsement of Otuekong Essien  as the sole aspirant of the House of Assembly, Onna state constituency.

Evangelist Ben Inyangetuk also declared Otuekong Nse Essien’s Hope 2015 as a done deal.

The CWC chairman, Hon (Deacon) Vincent George assured the Uyio Iwaad Awa and the teeming supporters of Otuekong Nse Essien that witnessed the courtesy call and the entire Onna people, that there is no going back on Otuekong Nse Essien Hope 2015 project as Otuekong Nse Essien has purchased his form. He used the opportunity to appeal to the entire people not to relent on their support to his project as God has given the Onna people the mandate for choosing a leader that would give them effective representation.

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