Akwa Ibom governor offers automatic employment to elder sister of late makeup artist, renovates family house

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Akwa Ibom governor offers automatic employment to elder sister of late makeup artist, renovates family house

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The governor of Akwa-Ibom state, governor Umo Eno offers automatic employment in the civil service to the elder sister of the late makeup artist, Abigail, who passed away alongside Junior Pope, renovates their family house, amongst others.

Governor Umo Eno, it will recalled, ordered the exhumation of the body of the makeup artist who was buried beside the river.

Late makeup artist, Abigail.

He visited the family home of the deceased makeup artist and offered his condolence to the family for their tragic loss.

Via his official Facebook page, the governor revealed that he offered the elder sister of the deceased an automatic employment in the state civil service.

Renovation of their family house was also commenced and the governor has made assurance that the other siblings who are still undergraduates at the university of Uyo would be sponsored.

Governor Umo Eno’s Facebook post read …

“I extend my deepest condolences to the family of the late Nollywood makeup artist, Abigail Edith Frederick. Today, upon my return from an official engagement in Abuja, I visited the family in Ikot Udoma, Eket Local Government Area, to offer support during this difficult time.

Recognizing the immense loss suffered by the family, I assured them of my solidarity and shared their grief. It’s heartbreaking to witness the untimely passing of such a promising individual, a testament to the Arise spirit of our youth who pursue their dreams with courage.

In response to this tragedy, I took immediate action to assist the family. I provided automatic employment in the State Civil Service to the elder sister of the deceased and directed the renovation of their family house. Additionally, Government’s support was promised to the undergraduate sisters studying at the University of Uyo.

During times of sorrow, it’s essential that we stand together as a community. I am committed to ensuring that no one is left behind and that every citizen receives the support and care they deserve.”

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