Stakeholders in Calabar Municipality/Odukpani Federal Constituency have applauded their member at the House of Representatives, Ntufam Eta Mbora for effective representation at the lower chamber.
Speaking during an appraisal on the performance of Ntufam Eta Mbora and distribution of the first batch of cars procured by the lawmaker for some members of his constituency, the stakeholders expressed delight at the rate of people oriented projects attracted to the constituency since he mounted the saddle at the green chamber.
In his remarks, member representing Calabar Municipality in the state house of assembly, Ntufam Efa Esua said his House of Representatives member had demonstrated, without doubt, that the interest and well-being of the electorate was paramount. He said the intervention programmes clearly indicated that Mbora knew the needs of his people and was working assiduously to meet their expectations despite the odds.
According to a former member of the state house of assembly, Christopher Ekpo, “the impact of our federal lawmaker is unprecedented given the number of completed and ongoing projects within his domain”. He noted that the projects were of utmost importance and cut across education, health, infrastructure and basic amenities vital to improving living standards and wealth creations.
Also speaking, an erstwhile leader of Odukpani Legislative Council, Nyong Nyong opined that the Mbora had taken representation to another dimension since the return of democracy courtesy of his various durable and visible development programmes spread across his constituency.
Meanwhile, a veteran journalist and secretary, Qua Traditional Council, Ntufam Oqua Itu commended the lawmaker for the construction of the Akim ring road. The veteran media practitioner noted that the development has added value to the Akim community and enhanced the aesthetics of the environment.
In the same vein, the Ntoe of Akim Akim in Odukpani, Prince Pius Bassey has expressed gratitude for the construction of the 4 kilometers road network terminating at the beach. The royal father asserted that the road would afford his people who are mostly farmers the privilege to easily convey their produce to market thereby boosting their source of livelihood. He said all the roads are to be fitted with solar powered street lights for improved night vision and security.