Congratulations! Congratulations!!

My Patron, My Dcn. My brother in Christ, let me say your victory @ the supreme yesterday was not a surprised to men,but rather it was re affirmation of God's covenant with as His son which He have entered into with you between the year, 2010 and 2013 if you can remember sir.

His Excellency, my governor sir, it was the covenant that spoke out in Abuja through the supreme court of Nigeria as its happened in the Book of 2 Sam. 9:1- ;. Once again, congrats my governor and I am praying daily that He who taken you to that seat must surely grant you His wisdom to brings not just an existing change,but an industrial change in Akwa Ibom State IJN, Amen.

I am extremely proud to have as my very own...

Ishmael Nelson,

As the Almighty God has led you into victory being the choice of the good people of Akwa Ibom State, may the Good Lord counsel, Hold, Strengthen and lead you to great achievements in transforming Akwa Abasi Ibom State from from the Land of Promise to the Land of Fulfillment Where the dreams, aspirations and goals of our people are fulfiled.

We congratulate you and wish you the very best during tenure and look forward to partnering with your Government in delivering the goals for our dearly beloved State.

Long Live PDP!
Long Live Akwa Ibom State!!
Long Live Federal Republic of Nigeria!!!

Robert Ekutmfon Umoette, Chairman/Chief Executive Officer; DURAN HOTELS LIMITED

For sixteen years running, May 29th has been a date of history in Nigeria for people of destiny.

Today, May 29th, 2015, history is made in Akwa Ibom State as the people witness the change of baton of leadership from His Excellency, Chief (Dr.) Godswill Obot Akpabio, CON (The Architect of Uncommon Transformation of Akwa Ibom State) to another God-sent Leader, Deacon Udom Gabriel Emmanuel (The Best).

Your Excellency, the people of Akwa Ibom State had been yearning for a leader who will continue on the legacies and good Governance of the outgoing Governor, Chief (Dr.) Godswill Akpabio, CON to bring them into their prosperity, today you have stood out taller than any other on.

As the saying goes "A Goldfish has no hiding place", with your wealth of experience and managerial prowess in the corporate world, you will continue to remain a shinning star and an achiever for your people.

Sir, as you mount the podium today for this solemn event,I, Chief Saviour Ibanga Enyiekere, the Executive chairman of Ika Local Government Area, on behalf of my dear wife, Esther, Executive Council, Legislature, Traditional Rulers Council, PDP Family, Youth and the unique people of Ika are proud to identify with your success story.

While pledging our unalloyed and unflinching loyalty to you, Ika Local Government Area has rich human and natural resources that could be harnessed for the benefit of the people of our dear state.

Accept our heart felt felicitation.

Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria!

Long live Akwa Ibom State!

Long live Ika Local Government Area!

Chief Saviour Ibanga Enyiekere, Executive Chairman, Ika Local Government Area

We the entire members of ONNA CONSULTATIVE ASSEMBLY (OCA), wish to congratulate you on your deserved victory at the 2015 gubernatorial elections in Akwa Ibom State, your receipt of the certificate of return from the Executive Governor of Akwa Ibom State on the 29th of May, 2015.

Your election as the Governor of Akwa Ibom State comes at a time of great economic challenge and uncertainty. This represents a promising moment in the history of our State testifies to the confidence the people have placed in you.

as you assume office, we wish to emphasize the commitment of the ONNA Consultative Assembly (OCA) to strengthen and develop initiatives related to the common aspirations and economic prosperity of our State.

We are confident that the Almighty God who has been with you throughout the entire electoral process will grant yo the wisdom and strength to lead the state to greater heights.

We wish you a peaceful and successful tenure.

Congratulations Sir.

Hon. Ufot Sunday Akpan, Chairman, ONNA Consultative Assembly