C’River 2019 Elections: Celebrates Continuity With Sen. Rose Oko And Hon Regina Anyogo

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If performance is used as yardstick in re-electing a candidate for a second in power, then, Senator representing Cross River northern senatorial district in the 8th Senate, Dr Rose Okoji Oko, will always be counted among a few candidate for re-election going by her superlative feat in her first term in power.

Known for her eloquent, soft-spoken words and philanthropist approach in dealing with the fundamental feelings of the people within her constituency, Senator Oko has incredibly built a strong foundation that would be hard to be conquered by any opponents vying for the same seat in the 2019 elections.

Her achievements in the 8th Assembly is worth celebrating considering the numbers of bills she has passed and endorsed by the the senators; a situation which shows her love for her constituency.

Despite been one of the few woman sitting at the 8th Assembly, Senator Rose Oko has discharged her responsibilities without fear of favour. Raising the bar of womanhood in Nigeria’s politics and defeating the ideas that women are only useful in the kitchen.

In terms of development and infrastructural facilities, Senator Rose Oko has built many schools, created employment opportunities to many people in the constituency, facilitated many empowerment programmes to mention a few.

Indeed, continuity remains the only watchword that will best represent the love and confidence bestowed upon her by the people of her constituency ahead of the 2019 elections.

Senator Rose Oko deserves a second mandate; a mandate that will benefit the interest of all regardless of the constituency of the people in Cross River State.

LAUDABLE ACHIEVEMENTS OF DISTINGUISHED SENATOR DR MRS ROSE OKOJI OKO, CROSS RIVER STATE NORTHERN SENATORIAL DISTRICT/JOBS FACILITATED AT HER INSTANCE AND STILL COUNTING

A Reviewed Of Senator Rose Oko’s Achievements In The Educational Sector From 2012 To 2017 And People Given Employment:

1. St. Joseph Primary School, Okuku, Yala. Project: 1 number, 6 class room block

2. Community Primary School, Labun, Wanihem, Yala. Project:1 Number, 6 Class room block

3. Primary School Adikpe, Gubu, Yala. Project: 1 number 6 class room block

4. St. Columbus Primary School, Idum, Mbube, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 6 class room block

5. St. Michael’s Primary School, Ating Ibil, Nkum Irede, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 6 class room block

6. Christ the King Primary School, Okpoma, Yala. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

7. Junior St. Benedict Primary School, Igoli, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

8. St Christopher’s Primary School, Okpudu, Yala. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

9. St. Paul’s Primary School, Ijegu, Yala. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

10. Primary School, Nkim, Mbube East. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

11. Nkum Iborr Secondary School, Alladim, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

12. Secondary Grammer School, Alladim, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

13. Government Science School, Wogada, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

14. Senior St. Ben’s Primary School, Igoli, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

15. Christ The King School, Odajie, Mbube, Ogoja. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

16. Yala Secondary Commercial School, Okpoma, Yala. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

17. St. Paul’s Primary School, Echumofana, Yala. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

18. Kelvin’s Primary School, Nnang, Bansara, Ogoja (Ekajuk). Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

19. Ujama Primary School, Ntrigom, Yala. Project: 1 number 3 class room blocks

TETFUND INTERVENTION FUNDS DRAGGED DOWN TO CROSS RIVER BY DR MRS ROSE OKO

20. N3 billion Intervention Fund to the University of Calabar, in 2013 (Special)

21. N230 Million Intervention Fund in Cross River University of Technology, Okuku for the building of Lecture Hall, Building of ICT hall, Purchase of 38 Seater Bus and a hills van in 2012

22. N150 Million Intervention Fund to CRUTECH, Obubra and Ogoja Campuses in 2013

23. N100 Million Intervention Fund to Federal College of Education, Obudu for the building of Lecture Theartre Hall in 2013

24. N200 Million Intervention Fund to CRUTECH in 2013

25. N30 Million Intervention Fund to CRUTECH in 2014.
26. Construction of 2 class room blocks at Community Primary School, Sankwala, Obanliku

27. Construction of 2 Class Room blocks at Community Primary School, Bgene, Sankwala, Obanliku

28. Construction of 2 class room blocks at Idiege Primary School, Idiege, Urban I, Obudu

29. Construction of 2 class room blocks at Convent Primary School, Ugaga, Yala

30. Construction of 2 class room blocks at LEA Primary School, Ijiraga, Yala

31. Construction of 2 class room blocks at Community Primary School, Ore-Ijegu

32. Construction of 2 class room blocks at Rose Okoji Oko Community Secondary School, Okpoma, Yala

33. Construction of 3 class room blocks at Ijegu, Yala

34. Construction of 2 class room blocks at St Patrick’s Primary School, Egbe Mbube, Ogoja

35. Distribution of desks, teachers’ table and chairs to Community Primary School, Opodom

36. Distribution of desks, teachers’ table and chairs to St. Benedict’s Primary School, Mfuma/Ntrigom

37. Distribution of desks, teachers’ table and chairs to, St. Dominic Community Primary School, Eshakom, Ntara II, Ekajuk

38 Distribution of desks, teachers’ table and chairs to Community Primary School, Ijama

39 Distribution of Science Equipments to Community Secondary School, Alifokpa, Yala

40 Distribution of Science Equipments to Ukpa Community Secondary School, Bekwarra

41 Distribution of Science Equipments to Bendi Technical College, Obanliku

42 Distribution of Science Equipments to Community Secondary School, Ore Ijegu, Yala

43. Distribution of Science Equipments to Comprehensive Secondary School Okwel-Urban II, Obudu.

44. Distribution of Science Equipments to

44. 5Distribution of Science Equipments to Government Science School, Ipong, Obudu

46 Distribution of Science Equipments to Bekwarra Secondary School, Abouchiche

47. Distribution of Science Equipments to Community Secondary School Nwang, Ekajuk, Ogoja

48Distribution of Science Equipments to Community Secondary School, Nwang, Ekajuk, Ogoja

49 Distribution of Science Equipments to Mount Camel Girls Secondary School, Igoli, Ogoja

50 Distribution of Science Equipments to Wanihem Science Secondary School, Wanihem, Yala

51 Distribution of Science Equipments to UBEC Junior Secondary School, Abachor, Okuku, Yala

52. Distribution of Science Equipments to Rose Okoji Oko Secondary School, Olachor, Okpoma, Yala

53 Distribution of Science Equipments to Yala Secondary Commercial School O’oh Yala

54 Distribution of Science Equipments to Secondary Grammer School, Wanokom, Yala

55. Distribution of text books to Igbeku Comprehensive Secondary School Imaje, Yala

56 Distribution of text books to Rose Okoji Community Secondary School,

57. Distribution of text books to Government Technical College, Technical College, Ijiraga, Ukelle South, Yala

58. Distribution of text books to Nkim Iborr Secondary School, Aladim, Nkim Iborr, Ogoja

59. Distribution of text books to O’Eyi Onwu Secondary, Yahe, Yala

60. Distribution of text books to Community Secondary School, Utugwang, Obudu

61. Distribution of text books to Community Secondary School, Ishibori, Urban I, Ogoja

62. Distribution of text books to Comprehensive School, Gakem, Bekwarra

63. Distribution of text books to School, Nkim Egbe-Mbube East, Ogoja

64. Distribution of text books to Begiaka Technical School, Ibong, Begiaka, Obudu

65. Distribution of ICT equipment (computers and Generators) to Maryknoll College, Okuku, Yala

Names Of People Given Employment Through Dr Rose Oko

Names of People Given Employment
1. Gabriel Oboh
2. Emmanuel Otogor
3. Chris Okeng
4. Mercy Igberi
5. Augustin Omagu
6. Sunday Ojeka
7. Richie Egwo
8. Francis Egwo
9. Vincent Egoro
10. Dr.Victor Lukpata
11. Dr. Conelus Ebaju
12. Victoria Eru
13. Ijakoli, Alphonsus Agu
14. Agi, Sunday Odibu
15. Ijoko, Victoria Ikot
16. Onah, Fidelis Oko
17. Abou, Regina Nkenu
18. Declan, Onah Abiji
19. Barr. Roland Ipuole

Empowerment of 5 indigenes of Ogoja/Yala in Federal Parastatals.

1. Boniface Omagu
2. Odey Thomas Otebele
3. Maria Ogbudu
4. Ukpata, Mary Akwaji
5. Atrogo, Faith Amieche (Nigeria Civil
Defense)
6. Surveyor Peter Manix Ofogor office of the surveyor General
7. Peter Ejue Nigerian Police.

Soon, we shall review the beneficiaries of her medical outreach and empowerment programmes.

HON. REGINA ANYOGO, MEMBER REPRESENTING YALA 1 STATE CONSTITUENCY IN THE CROSS RIVER STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

It takes a brave heart to surmount some of the challenges that comes with bigger responsibilities. In a simple nutshell, Honourable Regina Anyogo, a member representing Yala 1 State Constituency, Cross River State House of Assembly, has displayed such a calm figure that appears to have impressed all and sundry within his constituency within the last three and half years in power.

Not a push-over like many thought she would be when she first took over the helm of affairs in 2015 under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Hon Regina has planted seeds of development in areas of infrastructures and empowerment, which have seen a total turn around in Yala 1 State Constituency.

Her achievements speak for her with bills, motions, constituency engagements, constituents empowerment and many more that are next to none in the region and without precedent in Yala 1 state constituency.

Hon. Regina Anyogo who is the Chairman House committee on Local Govt and Chieftaincy Affairs doubles as Chairman Business and Rules and is also Vice Chairman Finance and Appropriation in the 8th Assembly of the Cross River State House of Assembly even though she is in her first term.

She has sponsored and co-sponsored several bills in the Cross River State House of Assembly which have impacted the lives of citizens since the inauguration of the 8th Assembly in June 2015.

Most especially, the equality and gender bill seeks to ensure equality of all without discrimination of any among citizens, protecting disadvantaged population and demographics including women, children, physically challenged and many more; the hawkers protection bill takes consideration of our peculiar environment especially as it has to do with the financially disadvantaged in our society to ensure they can earn a living decently through their own choice of trade which is hawking; anti open grazing bill also being sponsored by Hon. Regina Anyogo is not only timely but will protect Cross River State citizens and their property including farms from destruction by herdsmen through open grazing and the Toll Management Bill, which will give legal backing for the proposed tolling of the super highway, by way of creating revenue stream for the state and investors in the super highway.

Not an easy task task for a female member of the Assembly considering the fact that politics in the country are been dominated by their male counterpart. However, she has stood her ground without been intimidated; a situation which further gives credence to the womanhood.

As vice chairman of the committee on finance and appropriation, Hon. Regina Anyogo has been able to ensure the inclusion in the 2016, 2017 and 2018 appropriation bills, projects impacting directly on her people. She has thus been able to facilitate projects like boreholes, health centers, school blocks and electrification to Yala 1 state constituency over the past years with more to come in the 2018 budget.

All these responsibilities Hon. Regina has carried out exceptionally thus far combining her roles and duties as wife, mother, politician and business woman successfully.

There is no doubt that Hon Regina deserves a second term in a bid to continue with her out-of-the-world performance in 2019.

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