The member for Nsit Atai State Constituency in the Akwa Ibom House of Assembly has expressed his commitment to empowering and putting smiles on the faces of his constituents in appreciation for giving him the mandate a second time to represent them at the Seventh Assembly.
Elder Mark Esset said this during a get-together he organised for the people of his Ward -Eastern Nsit Ward 9 - in his Ibakang country home in Nsit Atai Local Government Area to mark the 2019 Christmas celebration.
He expressed happiness over the massive support given to Gov Udom Emmanuel, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), himself and the Nsit Atai during the last general elections where the party emerged victorious.
"As your lawmaker, I have promised to serve you better and I am more committed than ever to empower more Nsit Atai people in different areas of endeavour with cars, cash, start-up packs, technical skills and education support. This will now happen more regularly and Nsit Atai must be better for it, Esset stated.
The lawmaker presented three cars to three beneficiaries, Mr Emmanuel Okono, Mr Aniekpeno Napoleon and Mr Joseph Francis Edem, who all thanked him for the honour done them and promised to also extend the love to others in their own little ways.
It would be recalled that Esset had earlier donated a sum of N2 million to the entire Nsit Atai people for Christmas, hosted his supporters and party structures and also donated cash prizes to the winners of the Nsit Atai Unity Football Competition 2019 which he personally sponsored.
At a get-together of Nsit Atai people at the PDP secretariat, Odot, Esset commended the senator representing Uyo Senatorial District, Senator Bassey Albert (OBA) and the member resenting Uyo Federal Constituency at the National Assembly, Mr Michael Enyong, for sending in their Christmas packages for the people of Nsit Atai, saying it was the essence of representation as they were ever ready to display their love for the constituents both at Christmas and at all times.
Esset stated that they have taken the decision not to disburse political goodies at Odot as they were taking everything down to the respective wards and villages for everyone to benefit because elections were not done in Odot alone.