The lawmaker who advocated ending the abuse of traditional injunctions by village heads holds constituency March 28

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A lawmaker in Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly who sponsored a motion to stop the abuse of traditional injunction by Village heads, Rt. Hon Mark Esset has fixed 28th March for his constituency briefing and empowerment.

Rt. Hon. Mark Esset who represents Nsit Atai State Constituency and also chairs House Committee on Boundary and Conflict Resolution made this known today while briefing newsmen.

“Today, I called you to a round-table meet to intimate you of the forthcoming Nsit Atai Constituency Briefing/Empowerment Program which comes up on March 28, 2018.” Part of his statement reads

Esset said his constituents will be empowered during the event. “During this event, elders, women, and youths across the ten political wards in the area will be empowered.”

While outlining some of his achievements, the Lawmaker said he has co-sponsored over 17 Bills and sponsored 3 motions, citing them to include a Motion on stopping the abuse of traditional injunctions by village heads; a motion on the need to recognize Ibedu, Essien Itiaba, Ibia Ikot, and Ndisiak Clans of Nsit Atai Local Government Area by the State Government; a motion on the outbreak of herbivorous and crop disease in Akwa Ibom State.

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On project execution, he announced that he has facilitated the renovation of the Classroom Block at Essien Itiaba Community Secondary School, Ikot Asua; renovation of a Classroom Block at Government School, Okoro Atai and Construction of the Asan Ibiaikot (Civic Center), Idiaba.

Asan Ibiaikot (Civic Center), Idiaba

Asan Ibiaikot (Civic Center), Idiaba

Others include renovation of a Classroom Block at QIC Central School, Iwoke and construction of Primary School, Ikot Ubok Udom and Community Secondary School, Ikot Akpan Ike.

The House Member announced that he has also bought over 100 JAMB Forms and organized JAMB preparatory classes to indigenes of the area, saying he is also running a medical retainer-ship with First love Foundation Clinic, Aka Road, and Nsikak-Abasi Clinic, off Ukana offot Street, Uyo, where his constituents are given free medical attention.

He also urged his constituents and Akwa Ibom people to participate in the ongoing Continuous Voters Registration ahead of 2019 election

“I want to also urge Nsit Atai indigenes and the entire Akwa Ibom persons to go out and participate in the ongoing Voters’ Registration and get their Permanent Voters’ Card so they can exercise their franchise in the forthcoming elections in 2019.”

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