New Year: Eteng Williams, Peter Akpanke, Godwin Offiono Address Constituents, Promise Good Representation 

In Breaking News, Politics

By Patrick Obia

The Senator representing Cross River Central Senatorial District, Sen. Eteng Williams; the member representing Obudu/Bekwarra/Obanliku Federal Constituency – Honorable Peter Akpanke and the member representing Ogoja/Yala Federal Constituency – Honorable Godwin Offiono, have felicitated with their constituents and Nigerians in the triumphant entry into the year 2024.

Senator Williams in his New Year message released by his media office to his constituents, said despite daunting challenges and prolonged post-election litigation, he has recreated the concept of quality representation through sponsorship of impactful bills and motions on the floor of the red Chambers; empowerment/employment of the people and infrastructure development set to be dotted across the district.

The Senator who doubles as Chairman, Senate Committee on Petroleum Upstream, said “2024 would be about projects and empowerment to the people of Cross River Central Senatorial district”.

“Empowerment of my people will continue to remain my priority area in the New Year. “No community in the district will be left behind in my development plan for the district.”

Senator Williams called on Nigerians not to lose hope despite the challenges facing the Country, but to remain positive and do those things that would continue to promote peace and unity, adding there shall be light at the end of the tunnel.

Honorable Akpanke on his part, said 2024 is a golden opportunity for the constituents to take another golden step in the natural but very demanding course of rejigging strides for individual and communal advancement.

“As I wish us a prosperous new year, permit me to charge us to reinvigorate our commitment to our oneness and the pursuit of our desperate desire for development, in order to chart and sustain the course for our development, so that our Constituency could close ranks with and even be placed at par with other constituencies that are glaringly far ahead of us.”

He enjoined the constituents to allow peace, love, and brotherhood to reign in the constituency in order to provide the desired wholesome climate for meaningful progress.

The one-term lawmaker reinstated total commitment to providing effective representation that will attract dividends of democracy. Adding: “I am confident that with your continued prayers and support, we shall overcome all our developmental tasks.”

Similarly, the member representing Ogoja/Yala Federal Constituency at the National Assembly Hon. Godwin Offiono has dedicated his victory at the 2023 pollings to God and his constituents.

He disclosed this during a Thanksgiving mass held at St. Rita’s Catholic Church in Abachor-Igbeku, Yala Local Government Area of Cross River State, where said his victory is a “clear demonstration of the omnipresence, omniscience, and omnipotence of God”.

Offiono promised to periodically contribute to the building of a befitting edifice for the church and commenced the project with the sum of Three million Naira (N3,000,000).

He reiterated his commitment to competent representation, emphasizing that the mandate belongs to the people.

The one-term member averred that his focus is on securing the people’s mandate and looks forward to remarkable progress through projects, empowerment, bills, and human capital development.

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