Monday, 9 May 2022

Akamkpa and Biase behold your Unity Mandate

A frontline aspirant to the House of Representatives for the Akamkpa/Biase Federal Constituency, Dr Emil Inyang has been hailed by different interest groups and stakeholders over the courageous step to answer to their call to opt for the House of Representatives seat in the 10th NASS in 2023.

The medical doctor and two-time council boss who until recently, sought to represent the good people of Cross River South has maintained that though he has found reasons to answer to the call by different stakeholders to narrow down his aspiration to the House of Representatives, says his intentions to bring life-changing, grassroots' representation through the various human capital interventions he had outlined remains intact.

Dr Emil says the desire to bring home effective representation is about the people, so he had no ill feeling when he was beckoned on during a town hall meeting to (rather) vie for the House of Reps, where the mandate will be a unity ticket for the people of Akamkpa and Biase.

Dr Emil is one of the most revered and most result-oriented grassroots' politicians in Cross River State. The Agwagune, Biase born political technocrat's sterling achievements in previous and current assignments, places him on the pathway to bridging the gap in quality representation at the NASS level.

Asked if he still plans to spearhead the masterplan he had earlier developed for the Senate, which seeks to collaborate with the relevant stakeholders in the maritime sector and its sister affiliates towards the full actualisation of the Bakassi Deep-seaport, Emil insists his intentions for the people remains valid, as long as the House of Reps platform accords him the opportunity to do so.

For starters, the masterplan is to ensure the revival of the erstwhile Directorate of Food, Roads and Rural Infrastructures (DFRUI) to open up rural access to farmers in the hard-to-reach communities of the hinterlands. This aspect of representation portends a unique lifeline for commercial farmers as it will not only bring about rural access, but also create an enabling environment for their businesses to thrive.


The effect of the Bill is aimed at (instantly) having a direct impact on the lives of constituents, especially rural dwellers while creating human capacity enablements for the esteemed, teeming population of the Constituency.

Under his watch as Chairman of Biase, Dr Emil built and commissioned mouth watering classroom blocks, water projects, built town hall block, provided topnotch educational materials to schools, provided patrol vans to aid internal security, built and commissioned primary health centres, including the provision of millions of monetary assistance to indigent sons and daughters of Biase Local Government Area to further their professional careers abroad.

Dr Emil has held different positions at party and public service levels, and until recently, was the Chairman of the Governing Council of the University of Cross River State (UNICROSS), a position he held until he was called on to vie for the National Assembly. He is an intermediary between the legislature and the various governance systems as one who enjoys good interpersonal relationships with people across board.

If Akamkpa and Biase Federal Constituency is desperate about getting things in the aspect of effective representation in the Federal legislature, then, Onun Dr Emil Inyang is the answer come 2023.

Emil Mandate Group - EMG