State Council of Elders.

An interim leadership has been constituted to run the affairs of Akwa Ibom State Council of Elders.

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The proterm leadership was constituted on Thursday, February 3, 2022, when the Council held its first meeting of the year in Uyo.

The 4-man interim leadership has Former Governor Victor Attah as Chairman, Chief Moses Essien a former Commissioner as Secretary.

Others are Group Captain Mfon Udoh (Rtd) as Financial Secretary while DCG Nathaniel Ubong is the Publicity Secretary.

Addressing newsmen after the Council’s meeting, the Interim Chairman of Council, Obong Victor Attah noted that the Council in session also appointed a 4-man constitution drafting committee for the Council so as to aid the formal incorporation of the organization.

Members appointed are Retired Chief Judge of the State, Godwin Abraham as Chairman, Retired Justice EkereteEbienyie, Chief Moses Essien, and Amba Asuquo.

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Obong Attah said what the Council means for Akwa Ibom State is that soon, the State is going to have an organization that is recognized and vocal in the country and beyond.

The Interim Chairman explained that although the Council’s rebirth is coming during a period of heightened political consciousness, the council is not reconstituted with a political undertone.

Obong Attah pointed out that although the constitution drafting committee is still at work, membership of the council is made up of former Governors, Deputies, Ministers, all former Senators, Ambassadors, Secretaries to Government, Vice-Chancellors, retired State Chief Judges, and retired Judges of the State, Federal, Appellate and Supreme Courts.

Other eligible council members are former Commissioners who left office in the last 20 years, all retired Military Officers not below the rank of Colonel in the Army and their equivalent in the Navy and Air Force and retired Police Officers not below the rank of Commissioners and their equivalent in the DSS, Customs, Immigration, and Civil Defence.




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