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Actress Ini Edo Re-Appointed As Special Adviser To Governor Emmanuel Udom Of Akwa Ibom State

Ini Edo has been reappointed to serve in the tourism sector of Akwa Ibom state.

Popular Nollywood actress, Ini Edo has been re-appointment as the Special Adviser on Tourism Development to Akwa Ibom State Governor, Emmanuel Udom.

Actress Ini Edo Re-Appointed As Special Adviser To Governor Emmanuel Udom Of Akwa Ibom State 1

The 38-year-old movie star who was first appointed in 2016, shared the good news on her Instagram page on Sunday, July 12, 2020.

Sharing new photos of herself, Ini Edo conveyed her gratitude to both the governor and inhabitants of the state, adding that she was looking forward to ‘great accomplishment and milestones in the new era’.

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“Grateful to my boss, His Excellency, Gov, Udom Emmanuel for the reappointment to serve in the tourism sector of our state. I look forward to great accomplishments in this new era,” she wrote.

“I am overwhelmed by the show of love and appreciation from all of you. As you all celebrate with me, I pray that you will be celebrated in every area of your life.

“Indeed, it is about time we the youths of this country gets included in the running of our dear country..especially as women. Despite all the odds against us. We won’t give up the good fight.

“Keep dreaming, keep praying, invest in yourself.. so when an opportunity shows up, you should be prepared. To my amazing team, the @medlinboss and all the good people of my state, Thank you.”

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