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NOW, URUAN PEOPLE CAN SMILE

January 14, 2012

Brethren,
I am so happy that at last, Uruan Inyang  Atakpor  will boast of good roads which will link together the Uruan north, central and southern. None of the past leaders in the State considered it necessary to construct at least one motor able  road in an autonomous community like Uruan which hosts more than 67 oil wells on reserve by Shell Petroleum.
The construction company has been mobilized and have began work on the road which runs through Obon Itam, Ibiaku Uruan, Mbiaya, Ibekpe, Mbiakong, Eman, Idu, Anna, Akpa, Nna Enin, Ikot Inyang Esuk, Ekim Enen, Adadia, Eshiet, Use, Ikot Akan, Nung Ikono Obio,  and Ituk Mbang and   linking up to the Airport Road.
May God Bless our dear Governor, Chief Godswill Akpabio for by his design, Uruan people can now smile.
Long live Chief Godswill Akpabio
Long Live the Government and people of Akwa Ibom State
Long Live the Federal Republic of Nigeria
Written by Emmanuel Nicholas Okokon , A.k.A White Bom Bom ,a social critics ,Artiste, Writer and Founder/President Foundation Against Social VicesInNigeria.(FATSVIN)
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Culled from AkwaIbomGlobal (Jan 2012)

MERELY POSTED BY DR. I. IDIO13 Jan 2012)
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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2012 TO URUAN PEOPLE AT HOME AND IN THE DIASPORA!

January 1, 2012

As we say farewell to the year 2011, I wish all Uruan people at home and in the diaspora a peaceful and prosperous new year 2012. I pray that as we go forward, no Uruan village or ward is left behind in the progress and development of Akwa Ibom State. I wish them full participation in the equitable dispensations of economic and democratic dividends including the building of accessible roads to link Uruan wards to Uyo the state capital city. I wish Uruan citizens to seize the opportunities that come with democracy to participate actively in the public service. You have the constitutional right to exercise your civil responsibilities to run for local, state, and national offices and demand for full representations in the highest offices of the land. Speak in a collective voice in order for your views to have a lasting impact upon your diverse aspirations.

Dr. I. Idio, UDA Secretary