by crossriverwatch admin
Sir Loius Owan Eno was a principled, disciplined and upright man who impacted greatly on the lives of his children and Agbokim community.
This was the declaration of Senator Liyel Imoke on Friday (today) at Agbokim in Etung Local Government Area where he made a condolence message during the final burial ceremony of Ntufam Loius Owan Eno.
The governor stated that Sir Loius Owan Eno’s upbringing of his children was in military style which earned him the nickname, OKONKWO,. “He displayed love and keen interest for western education by ensuring that he nurtured his children and offspring into responsible adulthood”.
Senator Imoke said as a community leader, Sir Owan Eno played great roles in the economic development of Cross River state through his keen commitment and dedication to agriculture where he played leading roles 1in cocoa estates in Agbokim, Ikom and Effraya.
The Senate President , David Mark in his condolence message said it is heartwarming that Sir Loius made enviable contribution to his community and humanity at large while on earth.
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