Akwa Ibom State governor, Udom Emmanuel has said that political exigencies would not change his five-point agenda of wealth creation, economic emancipation, political inclusion, infrastructural consolidation and job creation.
He also said that his choice of five-point agenda was because they would usher in sustainable development in the state.
Emmanuel, who made this known in a ceremony to mark his 100 days in office yesterday, said the period had afforded him the opportunity to lay foundation for laudable projects and also resuscitate moribund industries.
He listed the projects to include an automobile industry and a lead factory in Itu Local Government Area, Shoprite Shopping Mall in Uyo, Daar Communications Broadcast Complex and Greenwell Technologies Fertiliser Manufacturing Plant at Abak Local Government Area, in addition to Peacock Paint Limited which he has resuscitated in Etinan Local Government Area.
This, according to the governor, was carried out alongside infrastructural development, having flagged off the construction of various roads, embarked on different intervention measures on natural disaster as well as facilitating improvement of facilities at the international airport.
On workers’ welfare, Mr Emmanuel said he had put smile on faces of serving and retired workers as he had ensure prompt payment of salaries, payment of gratuities to retired local government staff and other units of the Nigerian Union of Pensioners.
The state, he said, had witnessed improvement in electricity supply, even as youths had been variously empowered to prepare them for industrial revolution that is about to be experienced in the state
He stated that his commitment to developing agriculture through mechanised farming while the reintroduction of monthly environmental sanitation and boosting healthcare delivery were measures to ensure the wellness of the citizenry.


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