Friday, 15 May 2015

Afaha Obong Village Youth executives dissolves

The office of the  Paramount Ruler  of Abak Local Government approved the dissolution of all the village youth leaders and their executives in Afaha Obong Clan following the expiration of their tenure. 

A statement jointly signed by the National President, Afaha Obong Clan Youth Association, Prince Nsikan Ibanga and General Secretary, Mr. Paul Enwe, directed that a new executive should be constituted immediately to pilot the affairs of the 24 villages of Afaha Obong Clan.

According to the statement members of the dissolved executives have the right to re-contest for another term in office. 

The statement further hinted that the National Executive of Afaha Obong Clan Youth Association shall witness and conduct free, fair and transparent election that will be acceptatable in all the 24 villages of Afaha Obong Clan, otherwise such election will not be accepted. 

While counting on the support and cooperation of entire youths of Afaha Obong Clan towards constituting new executives in all the villages, the National Executive advised interested persons to purchase their forms from the Eleco Chairman at 3 Wing Comm. F.J. Udoh close, off Offort Road, Abak.
Meanwhile, the Afaha Obong Clan Youth Council has congratulated Mr. Udom Emmanuel on his emergence as the   Governor-elect for Akwa Ibom State.
In a congratulatory message signed by the National President, Prince Nsikan Ibanga and General Secretary, Mr. Paul Enwe described the victory as meritorious, well-deserved and clear manifestation of the wishes of Akwa Ibom people. 

The Afaha Obong Clan Youth Association also rejoiced with an illustrious son of Abak Local Government Area, Mr. Moses Ekpo on his emergence as the deputy Governor-elect for Akwa Ibom State. 

The Association expressed the hope that Mr. Udom Emmanuel and Mr. Moses Ekpo will use their wealth of experience to continue with the uncommon transformation project of the Akpabio;s administration and take the state to the next level. 

While praying God to give them the requisite wisdom to discharge their duties effectively, the Association however appealed to them to concentrate on the area of industrialization so as to create employment opportunities to the unemployed Akwa Ibom indigenes.

The Association commended the State Governor, Chief Godswill Akpabio for laying a solid foundation in the state and for his contribution to the emergence of Mr. Udom Emmanuel as the next Governor of the state.

They also congratulated him for emerging as the Senator-elect for Ikot Ekpene Senatorial District and expressed optimism that Chief Akpabio’s sojourn in the upper chambers of the national Assembly would be of immense benefit to the people of Ikot Ekpene  Senatorial District in particular and the state in general.

The Association also felicitated one of their illustrious sons and Member-elect for Abak State Constituency, Elder Friday Iwok on his resounding victory at the polls

They noted that the result was a clear testimony to the fact that the people of Abak State Constituency appreciated the performance of Elder Friday Iwok during his first term. 

The Association commended the Obongunwana Abak for breaking the jinx by becoming the first Lawmaker in the history of Abak State Constituency to go back to the State House of Assembly for a second term. 

The Association thanked the people of Abak for voting massively for their son, Elder Friday Iwok assuring that having set a record in the history of representation in the area during his first term, the Chairman House Committee on Health will use his wealth of experience to attract more dividends of democracy to the people of the Constituency.

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