Uyo Club 1935, an elite club in the state, has congratulated one of its members, Mr. Udom Inoyo, on his retirement from the services of ExxonMobil after serving for 30 years.
In a message of congratulations signed by its secretary-general, Mr. Macauley Udom, the club welcomed Inoyo from a long period of service to the international oil and gas company where he traversed many departments of the company and different countries of the world culminating in occupying the enviable position of vice chairman of ExxonMobil Nigeria.
The message noted that "it is on record that during your sojourn in the firm, you exhibited distinguished quality of discipline, excellence and commitment which are the hallmarks of Akwa Ibom people in the discharge of your duties.
"As a good ambassador of Uyo Club 1935, we welcome you back. Our desire is that you will continue to utilise your wealth of exposure and experiences to the benefit of our dear club, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria and humanity, the message concluded.
In a related development, the Nsit Ubium Local Government Community (NULGACOM) Lagos, has also felicitated its patron, Inoyo, on his retirement from service.
In a letter of felicitation signed by the President and Secretary of the body, Elder Solomon David Akpan and Pastor Nsikak Ekanem, the group said that the retirement of Inoyo was "a proud summation of character, integrity and pedigree as well as unrelenting determination and unbroken focus.
It prayed that Inoyo would "continue to be of essence to the people at every level because his disposition, discipline and respect for the political class, ordinary citizens, the traditional institutions and commitment to the progress of Nsit Ubium and Akwa Ibom State in general, clearly attest to the leadership credentials he possess.
They professed their "unalloyed support, love and commitment to Inoyo's vision of pursuing excellence and desire to make Nsit Ubium and Akwa Ibom State work together in harmony, love and peace.