Akwa Ibom State governor, Udom Gabriel Emmanuel in a special message for the month of September prays for open Heaven.
Udom Emmanuel seeks God’s special intervention for the state as he prays for open heaven.
In a message release through his official twitter handle, he declared month of September as “Special”.
“It is a special month for us in Akwa Ibom State, the month of September.
“Happy New Month to you. I wish you God’s blessings and grace this month and always. The governor submitted
He went further and prays for God’s blessings to Akwa Ibom citizens and all the dwellers.
The governor’s message is in preparation for the 32nd anniversary celebration of the state.
It would be recalled that, Akwa Ibom was created on 23rd September, 1987 by the then head of state, Gen. Ibrahim Babangida (Rtd).
Successive administrations had been celebrating this day as Akwa Ibom day, so the present administration is keying in to the vision of past leaders.
This news platform had earlier reported the creation of Akwa Ibom State alongside with Katsina State.
According to one of the Special Assistants to the Governor, the preparation for the celebration of state anniversary is in to gear.
Though the governor is having election tribunal case, he is not distracted; he is focus on the mandate given to him by his people.
Udom Emmanuel was re-elected for the second term and he is working assiduously to deliver on that mandate and no form of distraction can deter him from performing his duty.
The All Progressive Congress, APC through his candidate in the 2019 governorship election, Obong Nsima Ekere, the former managing director of NDDC is challenging the re-election of Udom Emmanuel.
Nsima had called for total cancellation of the election as he alleged that the election was marred with fraud and irregularities.
It is a very special month for us in Akwa Ibom State, the month of September.
Happy New Month to you. I wish you God's blessings and grace this month and always. pic.twitter.com/MIM1nV2Ygp
— Udom Emmanuel (@MrUdomEmmanuel) September 1, 2019