By Christopher Tom, Uyo
The chairman board of trustee towers of Ivory schools, lion Ex-DIG UDOM U. EKPOUDOM said he has come to served the people not to make wealth and would execute effective representation without disappointing them and ensure they engage in meaningful venture if elected as senator come 2023.
The chairman board of trustee towers of ivory schools, lion DIG UDOM U. EKPOUDOM made this known when Federated Chapel Executive paid him a courtesy call in his office at Abak local Government Area.
The chairman said he has come tremendously as the waiting messiah expected by the people to served them and ensure put sanity in the system for them to benefit dividend of democracy providing the necessary social amenities to frustrate their long suffering and lamentation for donkey years.
According to him, accruing wealth is not the issue but representing the people effectively how, coming down to the grass root interrupting with them and having town hall meeting to understand their problems across the sentential district which would enable him lobby and brought members of the red chambers to the senatorial district for them to witness his people predicament to fasten development in the area were necessary.
‘’I have passion for the senatorial districts and make sure by the grace of God, from the red chamber attract project and especially what is due for the senatorial district should be given accordingly without any controversy’’ he said .
Mrs EKPOUDOM said her husband has come to served diligently without disappointing the people and believe towards is experience would bring dividend of democracy while commended the federated chapel of the NUJ Akwa ibom counsel. She said by the grace of God her husband would continue to extend hand of fellowship to the chapel.
The chairman of federated chapel, comrade NSIBET JOHN commended lion DIG EKPOUDOM for his fatherly advise on them and assured his tenure would witness and experience tremendous transformation and carried every body along without discrimination and make sure fellow the ethics of the profession.
Our corresponded reports that the founding father of the chapel comrade Christopher Tom of the tide newspaper and other elders of the chapel were present at the courtesy call to contribute their experience for the development of the chapel.