#IkangUdom Excites Nsukara Community
Ekpri Nsukara Offot community in Uyo Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State has risen in support of Governor Udom Emmanuel, saying his intervention in their long electricity power crises has brought back life into the area.
A front line youth leader of Ekpri Nsukara Offot, Otuekong Emem Denis Asikpo, who spoke on behalf of the community, commended the Governor for restoring power supply in the community.
Speaking in an interview with newsmen, the youth president who was visibly elated expressed gratitude for the good work and recompense from the State government to their community, Ekpri Nsukara Offot, stating that the Governor has made their community happy by coming to their rescue.
Otuekong Denis testified that Ekpri Nsukara community and its environs had been subjected to electricity outage for a long period of time.
“Ekpri Nsukara community had been subjected to electricity problem for the past one year, making life unbearable as businesses crumbled in the community. I thank Governor Udom who has proven his sincerity in purpose and promise to restore life and business to perfection in a greater part of Ekpri Nsukara.”
Describing him as a listening Governor, the youth president added that the Governor has done more than what the community requested.
“Ekpri Nsukara has long suffered from artificial darkness, but today we cannot remember such issue anymore because our Governor has changed our condition with four new transformers to feed constant electricity to the area.”
Obong Asikpo said he was, “of the belief that this will better the life and business of the people to move to their faith of greatness in line with the Governor’s DAKKADA philosophy”.
“This singular gesture by His Excellency at this hard time has convinced Ekpri Nsukara people that Governor Udom Emmanuel is a listening governor and that Ekpri Nsukara people have agreed to come out in all numbers to vote for Governor Udom to continue in his good work in office till 2023.”
Denis however called on the Government to look into the bad road condition in the community which, according to him, were abandoned by the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).