. . . As Info Boss Urges Participants to take Advantage of Training By: Lawrence Ekong The Akwa Ibom State Government has commenced a two-month training for Sound Engineers and other Technical Officers in the Ministry of Information and Strategy Declaring the event opened in Uyo, the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong said that Technical Officers play important roles in the successful management of public events, thus the need to continue to train and retrain them on the handling of modern equipment, photography, sound engineering and event management.
By Lawrence Ekong LAGOS: Excitement and glowing tributes have continued to trail the performance of Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel, especially his infrastructure development and Industrialisation efforts in the last six years of his administration, as his Deputy, Mr. Moses Ekpo bagged the Sun Newspaper Lifetime Achievement Award.
~ Lawrence Ekong As part of efforts to strengthen the capacity of its workforce, Akwa Ibom State Government, through the Ministry of Information and Strategy, has trained Technical Officers in the ministry, on basic sound engineering, sound harmonisation and technical production. The training, which drew participants from the Directorate of Technical Services in the ministry, officially came to a close yesterday, Thursday, 21st October, 2021, after a brief ceremony where Certificates of Participation were presented to the beneficiaries at the Ministry's Headquarters, Idongesit Nkanga Secretariat Complex, Uyo.
. . . As UNIUYO gets Rotary Peace Scholarship ~ By Lawrence Ekong The Ini Ememobong Foundation in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Uyo Metropolis has donated over 800 school uniforms to students and several new wrappers to teachers of Union Secondary School in Ibiaku, Ibiono Ibom Local Government Area.
. . One first class, two physically challenged graduates, others bag Law School grants By Lawrence Ekong Shrills of excitement rent the air as the Ini Ememobong Foundation (IEF) doled out more scholarship grants to one first class graduate, two physically challenged graduates, and one other female beneficiary, all graduates of law, from the Faculty of Law, University of Uyo.