11 December, 2018

GOOD GOVERNANCE COLLOQUIUM, Emmanuel Invites Emmanuel.

Nigerian Good Governance Press Release.

Toney Etido (Senior Staff Writer)

The hard working chairman of the Akwa Ibom state chapter of the Nigeria Good Governance Group (NGGG), Honourable Emmanuel Owokere has extended invitation to the Governor of Akwa Ibom state, Deacon Udom Gabriel Emmanuel and the general public to be his guests at the GOOD GOVERNANCE COLLOQUIUM organised by the Akwa Ibom State Chapter of the Nigerian Good Governance Group (NGGG), coming up Friday December 14th, 2018. The colloquium which would take place at the Governor's office Annex, Barracks Road in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state is part of the corporate social responsibility mandate of the group to helped break it down to citizens' consciousness and to entrenched good governance in the country.

Speaking to the press in their state secretariate at Udo Umana in Uyo, the state capital yesterday, the state Secretary, Comrade Anietie Ekpeyong revealed that preparation is in top gear and that all is set for the event. The Scribed also confirmed to your NaijaFriendly platform that the Colloquium is designed to offer stake holders in GOOD GOVERNANCE the opportunity to discussed and to reach a common ground, as well as make the commitment toward realising the goal of good governnance as a right and what those in government owed the public, even as the 2019 general election draws near.

The NGGG Good Governance Colloquium would have Enginear Etido Inyang, the Chairman of Ibom Power as the chairman of the occasion, Pastor Sunny Ibuot, the Special Adviser (SA) to the Governor on Political, Legislative Affairs and Water Resources as the Guest of Honour, Professor Nse Esien, Special Guest, the Speaker of Akwa Ibom state House of Assembly, Honourable Onofiok Luke and Rite Honourable Nsikak Ekong as the Guest Speakers, while Senator Emmanuel Ibok Esien would serve as the Father of the Day. the Colloquium would also witnessed the  public presentation of the book "Good Governance in Nigeria, Udom Emmanuel's Administration as a model", writen by Conrade Anietie Ekpeyong, the state Secretary of NGGG.

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