From Ndubuisi Orji, Abuja
A group of professionals and businessmen from Akwa Ibom State have hailed the state governor, Umo Eno, for his achievements in his first 100 days in office.
The professionals, under the aegis of Professionals For Development in Akwa Ibom, in a statement by its National Coordinator, Ufot Umoren, said the people of the state are Governor Eno’s humility, vision,transparency and deft management of resources.
According to the group, the governor’s first 100 days in office is “not only outstanding; but also impactful along the line of the five critical focal points of Agricultural Revolution, Rural Development, Infrastructural Maintenance, Security Management and Education Advancement” among other focal sectors.
They added that Governor Eno’s performance so far is an indication that his predecessor, Udom Emmanuel, made a right decision to have supported him in the last gubernatorial polls in the state.
“As professionals, we commend Governor Eno on his exceptional achievements, which has touched all critical sectors of the economy and social life in Akwa Ibom State in his first 100 days in office.
“Of special note is the creation of the Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project (RAAMP) a special agency to drive rural development, improve the quality of life of our rural dwellers, stimulate economic activities and stem rural-to urban migration.
“We also commend Governor Eno for his massive agricultural and food security projects in the 31 Local Government Areas of the State; we commend him for the very bold road projects in the three senatorial districts as well as the strengthening of the free education scheme as well as improving the welfare of teachers in the State, ” the group stated.
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