by crossriverwatch admin
The Chief of Staff to the Governor of Cross River, Hon Dr. Alex Egbona has been commended for bagging a Doctorate Degree in Education Administration and Planning from the prestigious University of Calabar.
Chairman of Abi Local Government Council Hon. Mrs Edith Amadi gave the commendation yesterday in a congratulatory message to Dr Alex Egbona at a reception organized in honor of Chief Egbona at Dannic Hotel in Calabar.
The Abi Council boss remarked that the entire people of Abiwere are proud of Dr. Egbona’s academic attainment, adding that he remained a shining light not only because his personality stands out but also because Hon. Dr. Egbona has continued to affect the peoples’ lives in many positive ways.
“You are indeed an outstanding Leader both academically and politically and your kind is rare. A Doctor of Philosophy in Education is a great feat, therefore I, my Executive Council and the people of Abi are proud to be associated with you on this auspicious occasion.
“It is our prayer that God, who has helped you to reach the zenith of academic aspirations, will equally protect and guide you towards achieving many more feats in life”, the message read in part.
Meanwhile, Hon. Dr. Alex Egbona is the Chief of Staff to Governor Liyel Imoke; and hails from Agbara in Ekureku council ward of Abi Local government Area.
He is also the Leader of the Peoples’ Democratic Party Caucus in Abi Local Government Area.
Other dignitaries present at the reception include Dr. Sandy Onoh, the erstwhile Commissioner for Environment, Hon. John Owan Enoh, Ntufam Joy Edet, Elder Engr. E. Eleng, amongst others.
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