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AS VP OSINBAJO ARRIVES UYO FOR AKWA IBOM AT 30

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Governor Emmanuel is also welcoming the Vice President to commission the newly rehabilitated General Hospital in Etinan. Recently, while flagging off the construction of a modern General Hospital in Ituk Mbang to serve the Uyo metropolis, Governor Emmanuel had said his administration was committed to the maintenance of a healthy population.

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When Reuben Abati’s “Phones No Longer Ring”

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If I should summarize his lamentations on "My phones no longer ring", it means Abati spent most of his time at the presidency on phone. As a presidential spokesman, Abati was apparently too busy attending to his ringing phones that he failed to notice when the Almighty Ayo Oritsejafor led CAN annexed Aso Rock.

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Akwa Ibom People and the love for Cassava!

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Have you ever eaten cassava? If you are just coming into the country, you may say no. But do not be so sure! Cassava starch is an important ingredient in sauces, gravies, baby foods, custards, tapioca products, thickening agents, confectionery, and bread.

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Re: Akwa Ibom Churches as Parastatals by Reuben Abati

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“Tboss and the other girls kissed and got groped by the boys on live television putting their upbringing to shame…I have seen better breast TBOSS. I am not too sure those private jet owners will be excited by your fluffy South- looking, slightly bigger than mangoes breasts. If the same men see bigger assets, I mean those interesting Ojiakor-like ones that look like papayas, pineapples and water melons, they will not send private jets, they will deploy submarines and fighter jets! And that’s why you got N500k in the end.”

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Re:  Reuben Abati: The Institutional churches in Akwa Ibom State : Where Abati got it wrong!

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In conclusion, let me inform Dr. Abati and his ilk that even though we may have differences politically which is an expected occurrence in a democratic space, on the issue of our Christian faith, the State is wholly homogenous and we, I repeat wear our Christian faith with pride and élan and no amount of bewildering assertions by an otherwise smart political pundit will take the Christian armour that we have worn for centuries off our backs. We are Christian soldiers and are marching on gloriously. My advice to  Dr. Abati is simple: get used to it!

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