100 Days of Impact: Hon. Samuel Neji Abang’s Thriving Leadership in Cross River State

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100 days of Office Hon Samuel Neji Abang

Hon. Samuel Neji Abang, the Minority Leader of the Cross River State House of Assembly representing Ikom 1 State Constituency, has been quite active during his first 100 days in office. Here is a summary of his notable activities:

1. Legislative Initiatives:
– He has introduced motions to adopt digital revenue collection methods to prevent multiple taxation and enhance accountability.
– He called for increased funding and equipment for the state fire service to combat fire outbreaks.
– He proposed the establishment or upgrade of a health facility in Ikom Urban.

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2. Engagements with Government Officials:
– Hon. Abang has engaged with top government officials, including the Governor, Deputy Governor, SSG, and Speaker of the State House of Assembly.
– He has also interacted with various government offices, including Budget, Forestry Commission, Head of Service, and Fire Service.

3. Student Union Interaction:
– Hon. Abang has engaged with student unions, including the Association of Ikom Students, University of Calabar Student Union Government, and Postgraduate Students Association at the University of Calabar.

4. Financial Assistance and Event Attendance:
– He has provided financial assistance and attended various community events, including child dedications, marriage anniversaries, thanksgiving ceremonies, and burials.
– He also assisted constituents with house rents and school fees.

5. New Yam Celebrations:
During New Yam celebrations, Hon. Abang provided financial support to all communities in his constituency.

6. Oversight Functions:
– He conducted oversight functions in several areas, including social welfare, College of Education in Akamkpa, Wilmar in Mbarakom, Obudu Cattle Ranch, and Niger Mill in Calabar.

7. Courtesy Visits:
– Hon. Samuel Neji Abang made courtesy visits to important institutions, including 13 Brigade Akim Barracks, Eastern Naval Command, and the Police State Headquarters in Calabar.

8. Workshops:
– He participated in workshops, including those for relevant ministries, MDAs, agencies, and parastatals, as well as legislative training and workshops for House of Assembly members.

9. Meritorious Awards:
– Hon. Abang received several meritorious awards for his positive impact on Cross River State, contributions to the student community, and humanitarian efforts.

10. Development Attraction:
– He facilitated the opening of a second office in Nigeria for the NGO Lutheran World Relief, focused on supporting cocoa farmers and improving livelihoods.
– He also established a Constituency office in Ikom and inaugurated 14 liaison officers across the political wards in Ikom 1 State Constituency.

Hon. Samuel Neji Abang celebrated the International Day of the Girl Child on October 11th, 2023, by providing 100 sanitary pads to girls in Ikom.

These activities reflect Hon. Samuel Neji Abang’s commitment to serving his constituency and working towards positive development in Cross River State.

 

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