Surprised at the largesse extended to him by the commissioner for information and strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong in commiseration of the death of his mother, late Madam Alice Ekpu, a former commissioner for information, Mr Census Ekpu has described Comrade Ini Ememobong as a very exceptional leader.
Ekpu stated this yesterday, at his CEECOM office at the ItamIndustrial Estate, Uyo, when the commissioner for information and strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong paid him an impromptu visit, soon on return from his UK official trip with packages, including cash and cow to commiserate with him on the death of his mother.
Represented by the director of public relations, Mrs. Grace Akpan, the State Information helmsman said, the largesse was in keeping to the promise he made to his predecessor-in-line, Mr. Census Ekpu over the demise of his beloved mother, late Madam Alice Ekpu, before he travelled out of the country on an official trip to UK.
While condoling with the bereaved former commissioner, Comrade Ememobong prayed the good Lord to grant the former commissioner, Mr. Census Ekpu, the fortitude to bear the loss and the soul of late Madam Alice Ekpu, eternal repose in the bosom of the Almighty God.
In his response, the former commissioner expressed deep appreciation to the commissioner for information and strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong for the magnanimous gesture and described him as a leader with a very exceptional leadership style.
“Your Boss, Comrade Ini Ememobong has done exceptionally well in office. I have been watching him and will still meet him after now to express my deep appreciation. Extend my thanks to him and other directors in the ministry”, Ekpu added.
The vividly appreciative former Information Boss, then presented souvenir items in memory of his late mother to the representative of the commissioner of information and strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong and others who were present during the visit.
Accompanying the director of public relations, Mrs. Grace Akpan on the visit, was the director of strategy, Mr. Joseph Etemas well as other staff of the Ministry.