Amid numerous precautionary measures canvassed to contain the dreaded corona virus, the Honourable Commissioner for Environment and Petroleum Resources in Akwa Ibom State, Dr. (Barr.) Ekong Sampson, has called on the people of the state to pay serious attention to personal hygiene and environmental cleanliness, even as the state government is set to clamp down on illegal felling of trees in city centres.
With a staggering figure of 218,020 reported cases of HIV/AIDS in Akwa Ibom State, the people of the state sure have reasons to be bothered. With this figure, the Nigerian HIV/AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey (NAIIS) has in its latest report published in March, 2019, declared Akwa Ibom as the state with the highest prevalence rate of people living with HIV AIDS in Nigeria.Read More HIV/AIDS: AWANDEC Advocates Measures to Tackle Effects in A’Ibom
Healthcare delivery plays a critical role in the development of any economy and indeed the society at large. The World Economic Forum had in 2017 ranked health and primary education on the fourth pair of global competitiveness critical to the advancement of nations’ economies.Read More Tackling the Mirage of Healthcare Delivery in A’Ibom
The Niger Delta region is the delta of the Niger River sitting directly on the gulf of Guinea on the Atlantic Ocean. The population status…Read More Our youths are dying of phony sense of privilege [Part 1]
Akwa Ibom State is the Nation’s highest producer of crude oil which makes her top on the list of contributors to the nation’s purse. Funnily,…Read More FG, Akwa Ibom & ExxonMobil
AKWA IBOM STATE upon creation in 1987 has been a construction site. Every regime of governance has a signature that would add up to the…Read More Meet the Akwa Ibom WORKMAN
Mr. Akan Okon is the immediate past Commissioner, Ministry of Special Duties, Housing and Aviation Development, while still serving in the state cabinet, the Itu…Read More “Ibom Air will boost tourism and economic development of Akwa Ibom State” – Akan Okon