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Wrong Samuel Effanga?
Mr. Samuel Effanga J.
Honorary Commissioner, Akwa Ibom Ministry of Science and Technology
Ibom Science Park
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Akwa Ibom Science Park Free Zone Company
Samuel J. Effanga
Hon. Commissioner, Akwa Ibom Ministry of Science & Technology,
Chairman, Ibom Science Park
The Akwa Ibom State ...
The Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Science and Technology, Mr. Samuel Effanga has vacated his post as a Hon. Commissioner in that all-important Ministry vested with the power of ensuring a well planned and developed community in line with the present technological age.
Represented by his ...
Represented by his commissioner for Science and Technology, Mr. Samuel Effanga, the Governor, while acknowledging the expressions of gratitude by the people and their leaders, of the area, said his government was committed to the provision of dividends of democracy to the people and bent on ensuring that all communities in the State benefit from projects and used the occasion to urge them to remain steadfast in their support , even beyond 2011.
Hot Seat: Mr Samuel Effanga, Chairman Science Park
This is how Mr Samuel Effanga, a statistician and commissioner for Governor Akpabio's masterstroke in choosing to work with a youth studded government that drives the administration fatly, particularly on the information and communication technology highway.
Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria : :News
The commissioner of science and technology, Mr Samuel John Effanga, has called on SBT-JUUL Africa, developer of Ibom Science and Technology Park, to show greater dedication and commitment to th e project to justify the huge government investment in the science park.
Mr Effanga who made the call during an inspection visit to the park located along Uyo village road, expressed dissatisfaction on the slow pace of work at the project site, stressing that the government interest in the Science and Technology Park was borne out of Gov Akpabio's determination to transform Akwa Ibom to a technology-driven economy.
He then charged the company to double their efforts towards a speedy completion of the project.
Mr Effanga lauded the digital-model approach of the state chief executive officer in his efforts to enshrine the culture of science and information communication technology in all sectors of the state's economy and remarked that the Science and Technology Park will, on completion, attract to Akwa Ibom, multi-national companies such as Celtel and China Electronics Corporation which he said had already indicated interest in the Science and Technology Park.
This, according to the commissioner, will lead to transfer of technology, wealth creation and employment generation a situation he
said will make Akwa Ibom
a destination for scientific and technological research and development.