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40th birthday: Onofiok Luke, Bassey Albert, Paul Ekpo, ors felicitate Prince Akpabio

prince-akpabioSpeaker of the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Onofiok Luke, Senator Bassey Albert, PDP Chairman – Obong Paul Ekpo have sent goodwill message to former Personal Assistant to Governor Godswill Akpabio, Prince (Barr) Ukpong Akpabio on his 40th birthday.

They also used the occasion of his birthday to felicitate with him on his recent call to the Nigerian Bar as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.

Other friends of Prince Akpabio who signed the message include: Hon. (Barr) Emmanuel Enoidem, Prince Enobong Uwah, Captain Iniobong Ekong (Rtd), Rt. Hon. Nse Ntuen, Rt. Hon. Mark Esset, Rt. Hon. Idongesit Ntekpere, Hon. Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Rt. Hon. Victor Antai, Hon. Orman Esin, Isantim Kenneth Okon, Mr. Emmanuel Inyangetor, Hon. Frank Archibong, Mr. Iniobong Robson, Mr. Ime Uwah, Barr. Utibe Nwoko, Mr. Ubokobong Umoh, and Rt. Hon. Anthony Akan.

“On your 40th birthday, we jointly congratulate you for a successful milestone, Life they say begins at 40 and your worthy virtues of kindness, peace, love, courage, faith.

“It is worthy of note that at forty, you have worked to attain unparalleled greatness. This is why we use the occasion of your 40th birthday to commend your rare guts and burning passion to study the noble law profession which culminated in your call to the Nigerian Bar as Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria on 29th November, 2016. This on its own, is an uncommon feat for a man of your kind that is daily loaded with official and private responsibilities.

“As you journey through life in this new phase, we wish that you keep believing in our friendship and always walk with your ever-growing enthusiasm, strength of character and confidence.

May God envelop you with wisdom, good health and peace. Happy birthday”, the message reads.

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