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Christmas: Emmanuel sues for peace, solicits people support for 2019


Gov. Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom has called on residents to remain peaceful and continue to support his government in 2019.
Emmanuel made the call in his Christmas broadcast to the people on Tuesday.
He said that Akwa Ibom was a Christian state, shaped by Christian values to remain peaceful and do well to people irrespective of their social standing.
The governor said that as a leader, he would continue to do his best to project the image of the state in global perspective.
“This particular Christmas broadcast is significant in a number of ways. I am speaking to you my dear people before the 2019 electioneering begin in earnest which will end with the election proper.
“I am hopeful by this time next year with your support we will continue the good works we have started together in rewriting the Akwa Ibom story.
“You will agree with me, that the Akwa Ibom story requires bold new chapters and those chapters are what, together, with your support we have written glowingly in the past three and half years,” Emmanuel said.
He said that Akwa Ibom people have reason to be thankful to God and support his administration due to the developmental stride and peace experienced in the state so far.
According to him, his government had been on course to work hard and reposition the state to greatness in spite of the challenges confronting it.
He said: “Politics will come and go, but Akwa Ibom will remain non-negotiable and sacrosanct. May we have a peaceful and violence free electioneering and elections come 2019.”
The governor appreciated the public servants for their steadfastness, adding that he has graciously approved Christmas bonus to all public servants in the state. (NAN)
Gov. Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom has called on residents to remain peaceful and continue to support his government in 2019.
Emmanuel made the call in his Christmas broadcast to the people on Tuesday.
He said that Akwa Ibom was a Christian state, shaped by Christian values to remain peaceful and do well to people irrespective of their social standing.
The governor said that as a leader, he would continue to do his best to project the image of the state in global perspective.
“This particular Christmas broadcast is significant in a number of ways. I am speaking to you my dear people before the 2019 electioneering begin in earnest which will end with the election proper.
“I am hopeful by this time next year with your support we will continue the good works we have started together in rewriting the Akwa Ibom story.
“You will agree with me, that the Akwa Ibom story requires bold new chapters and those chapters are what, together, with your support we have written glowingly in the past three and half years,” Emmanuel said.
He said that Akwa Ibom people have reason to be thankful to God and support his administration due to the developmental stride and peace experienced in the state so far.
According to him, his government had been on course to work hard and reposition the state to greatness in spite of the challenges confronting it.
He said: “Politics will come and go, but Akwa Ibom will remain non-negotiable and sacrosanct. May we have a peaceful and violence free electioneering and elections come 2019.”
The governor appreciated the public servants for their steadfastness, adding that he has graciously approved Christmas bonus to all public servants in the state. (NAN)

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