By Our Correspondent
The Senator representing Cross River Central in the National Assembly, Senator John Owan Enoh says the interest of his constituents is paramount to him, no matter which class of the society they belong.
Owan Enoh who recently graced the wedding celebration of his Personal Assistant, Nyce Attah Achu-Ayuk in faraway France was quoted as saying through his aide “My joy is to give everybody a sense of belonging no matter which class they belong.
“I have enjoyed the support of my constituents from 1999 till date due to my listening ear and disposition with them and that will still continue by God’s grace”
The Senator who was a Guest Of Honour and Sponsor of the wedding, assured the couple of his continued fatherly role, just as he told the parents of the bride that their daughter was in good hands in Nigeria.
The wedding, a culmination of a fairy tale love story struck between the two love birds, Nyce Ayuk and his bride Armelle Dangou at Coventry University, England where they met as M.Sc students in 2012 was well attended by their families, friends and well wishers from Nigeria, Benin Republic, United Kingdom, the United States and France.
Nyce Ayuk, the son of Sistus Achu Ayuk, an astute politician from Bendeghe Ekiem, Etung LGA, Cross River State, South-South Nigeria, hooked his delectable wife, Armelle the daughter of Dr. S. Dangou,a French National with ancestral roots in Benin Republic.
The wedding rites which took place at Saint del’Hotel City Hall, and Church: St Denis de l’Hôtel Catholic Church, Orléans had Senator Owan Enoh and his family in attendance as guests of honor.
Thereafter, a grand reception took place at Muids Castle. Guests were treated to French style cocktail after which a sumptuous buffet was on offer.
Earlier, the groom going down memory lane said Senator Owan had taken the place of his father since his death in 2014. He thanked the celebrated legislator for finding time to grace the occasion despite his busy schedule.
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