Constituency briefing, empowerment train moves to Nsit Atai with Mark Esset

* Mark Esset 

__________________________

 

Itoro BASSEY

Few days from today, Mr. Mark Esset, the member representing Nsit Atai in the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly, will be holding his constituency briefing and empowerment programme.

Mr Esset’s constituency briefing is in continuation with the current trend of constituency briefings being sponsored by lawmakers across the 26 state constituencies of the state.

Having secured the mandate of his people to represent their interests in the legislature, Mr. Esset, who is the Chairman of the House Committee on Boundary and Conflict Resolution, will be home on March 28, 2018, where he will demonstrate to everyone his love for his people, empowering them with items that will establish their prosperity in future.

This much was gathered during a press briefing Mr. Esset addressed on Tuesday.

According to the lawmaker, he will be presenting his report card for the past three years of his stay in the legislature, get feedbacks from them on his representation, ascertain his people’s imminent challenge, define a possible solution for same and further declare to them a way forward.

Esset, a former Chairman of Nsit Atai Local Government Area, said that elders, women and youths across the ten political wards in the area will be empowered with mouthwatering items during the occasion, adding that empowerment gestures had remained an intrinsic part of his leadership strides at every level he had served the Nsit Atai people.

While giving a hint on some of his achievements in the legislature, Mr. Esset said three good motions are recorded to his credit, even as he has co-sponsored over 17 Bills within the period under review.

Also, Mr. Esset said he facilitated the execution of several projects within the constituency, including the renovation of the classroom block at Essien Itiaba Community Secondary School, Ikot Asua; renovation of a classroom block at Government School, Okoro Atai and Construction of the Asan Ibiaikot (Civic Center), Idiaba, among others.

Mr. Esset had previously served as Chairman, Committee on agriculture and natural resources; committee on commerce, industry and tourism.

He invites members of the public to attend his constituency briefing.

Click here to follow Propeller Newspapers on Facebook

Follow on Twitter @PropellerN