Gov Umo Eno of Akwa Ibom State has expressed his concerns about the distractions caused by politicians who flood the Government House during working days.
In a video posted on Facebook while addressing a congregation, Governor Eno shared his grievances.
He appealed to politicians to grant him the space and focus required to fulfill his elected responsibilities.
The governor expressed frustration at the excessive number of unexpected visits from politicians across the state, causing interruptions to his work.
He emphasized, “I will not visit anyone’s office without prior appointment. It surprises me that people would simply leave their homes and show up, complaining that they haven’t been allowed to enter the Government House gate.”
Eno announced that he would only receive visitors on Thursdays and Fridays. He requested understanding from everyone, asking them to refrain from visiting between Monday and Wednesday to provide him with dedicated time to perform the duties he was elected to do. He highlighted the fact that no one would inquire about the number of visitors he received over his four-year term.
“We need the space to hold necessary meetings and process important files, as we have been facing delays in addressing pending matters. I have been trying to manage this situation, but it often results in people becoming upset,” he added.
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