Eno: I’m Optimistic of Serving Eight Years

Eno: I’m Optimistic of Serving Eight Years

Okon Bassey in Uyo

Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr Umo Eno, has expressed optimism that he would serve eight years in office as governor.

He said like his predecessors, he would serve passionately and contribute immensely to the development of the state throughout his full tenure in office.

He noted that through his ARISE Agenda, and with the support of the people, his tenure would not be different from others before him, as he hoped to spend his eight years developing the state.

Eno stated this at the special victory thanksgiving service organised to thank God for the Supreme Court victory, which ended all the litigation cases.

The thanksgiving, with the theme: My Heart Rejoiceth in the Lord,”  took place at  the “All Nations Christian Ministry International, in Eket Local Government Area of the state.

He appreciated God for the story of his life, which was one of grace and mercies of God, saying, “I am a living proof of grace and mercy.

“Let my story encourage you that God can lift a man and can also bring  him down. It doesn’t matter your position, God knows your address and position.”

He also appreciated God for the peace and spirit of bipartisanship in the state, where all Akwa Ibomites irrespective of political affiliations could share fellowship under same roof and described it as the new Akwa Ibom.

“This is the new Akwa Ibom. We can work together, we can fellowship together, and we can worship together under one roof.”

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