By Margaret John
The erstwhile Senator representing Cross River State, Central Senatorial District, Senator John Owan Enoh, has been revealed to have spent over 300 million naira for constituency projects in 2018.
This was made public via a tracking site, ‘tracka’ which helps in tracking constituency projects across the country.
According to the site, Owan Enoh in 2018 spent 309 million naira only on constituency projects which were basically on empowerment schemes in his senatorial district.
The projects include;
- 40 million naira only for training and sensitization of women on human trafficking- danger and effects across 6 LGA’s.
- 30 million naira only for the supply of tricycles to Boki, Obubra and Abi LGA’s.
- 30 million naira only for the supply of motorcycles to Etung, Ikom and Yakurr LGAs.
- 40 million naira only for women empowerment with grinding machines in selected LGA’s (LGA’s not listed).
- 30 million naira only for the supply of tricycles to cooperatives in selected LGA’s (LGA’s not listed).
- 20 million naira only for the supply of motorcycles to cyclist unions in Cross River Central Senatorial District.
- 69 million naira only for financial grant to Boki, Ikom, Yakurr, Abi, Obubra and Etung LGAs.
- 50 million naira only on vocational training on various skills for youth and vulnerable women in Mkpani/Agoi, Ediba, Ofudua, Agbokim waterfalls, Okuni, Edor, Okundi and Bateriko.
Senator John Owan Enoh was the Cross River State APC guber candidate in the just concluded general election.
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