The Honourable Commissioner Ministry of Works, Mr Ephraim Inyang urged officers of the Nigerian Custom service who are Indigenes of Akwa Ibom and Cross River States not to forget their place of birth on the cause of discharging their official duties.
Mr. Ephraim Inyang made the call recently at the Ministry of Works Conference Room while receiving the Executive and members of the senior Customs service who are indigenes of Akwa Ibom and Cross River State on a courtesy call.
The Works boss lauded the bold steps and encouragement taken by the officers and urged them to strive always to keep the bond of friendship and togetherness for enduring legacy and mutual cooperation in times of needs.
He said the award of Excellence conferred on him will serve as a factor for continued selfless service to his people and his father land.
Speaking the Permanent Secretary, Dr. Ifreke Ekpa commended the Honourable Commissioner for Works, Mr. Ephraim Inyang, for his friendly disposition and caring for the Welfare of others which according him, are noted in the gesture of his professional colleagues.
Earlier, the Coordinator of the group, Mr, Ekere-obong Jones Usen said the visit was to thank God for their colleague, Mr, Ephraim Inyang on his elevation to an exalted position as the Honourable Commissioner for Works in Akwa Ibom State.
Mr Ekere-Obong Jones Usen, noted that the appointment of Mr, Inyang is not a surprise to them giving his pedigree of great performances as an officer of Nigerian Custom Services and his outstanding contributions to the emergence of Governor Udom Emmanuel’s administration in Akwa Ibom State.
The Association of the Nigerian Custom Service of Akwa Ibom State and Cross River State Indigenes therefore conferred an Award of Excellence on the Honourable Commissioner of Works, Mr. Ephraim Inyang in appreciation to his numerous Contributions and assistance to his people in the Custom Service and Akwa Ibom State.