It’s always the dream of everyone to move from one height to another in their daily endeavours no matter the challenges that comes with it.
This has always been the case of a quintessential and thorough-bred administrator, Barrister Tina Banku Agbor, a strong minded and quite politician, who has decided to raise the bar by contesting for the 2019 general elections as a representative at the Federal House of Assembly under the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP).
Barr Tina, is the secretary to the Cross River State Government(first female secretary to the state Govt) under the administration of Governor Ben Ayade, where she has diligently carried out her responsibility in all honesty without infringing on anyone’s rights.
An indigene of Borum Community in Cross River State, Barr Tina’s determination to represent Boki Constituency could be bouyed out of her willingness to serve the interest of the people and establish total development within the Constituency at the Federal level.
Having attended Government primary School Borum, where she obtained her first school leaving certificate before acquiring her secondary school certificate (WAEC) from Kano Community Commercial College in 1979.
Barr. Tina went on to undertake a programme of study at the Centre for business studies at Meridian House, Greenwich High Street, London, where she obtained the Cambridge and Oxford Advanced Level Certificate in 1984.
She later proceeded to the Tames Valley University, Ealing College, London where she bagged a Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree in 1990 before she enrolled at the Nigerian Law School, Lagos, and obtained the prestigious B.L Certificate in 1992. She went on to acquire a Masters Degree in Managerial Psychology (M.M.P) at the University of Lagos in 2008.
There is n doubt that Barr Tina is a consummate and experienced politician, an entrepreneur, Real Estate Consultant and a community builder, who has contested for several political positions in both the State and federal constituency elections.
Barr Tina deserves a better mandate in 2019 that would help to transform Boki Constituency to a better place.