Free and Compulsory Education Programme from primary to senior
secondary school level.
Free Healthcare for children, expectant mothers and the aged.
Completion of Phase 1 of Ibom International Airport, met at site clearing
Construction of over 400 new roads measuring more than 2,000 kilometers.
Five Brand new flyovers and 32 other bridges constructed and completed.
A new ultra-modern Governor’s Lodge.
Brand new Deputy Governor’s Lodge
A brand new digital Governor’s Office.
State-of-the-Art Banquet Hall.
West Africa’s fi rst e-Library and ICT resource centre.
First in Africa Pipe Jacking underground drainage projects in Uyo and Abak.
World class Ibom Tropicana Entertainment Centre.
250-Bedroom 5-Star Hotel.
Cineplex & Shopping Mall.
Wet & Dry Park.
7,000 capacity convention centre.
Construction of 191 megawatts Ibom Power Plant met at 65% completion.
Electrification of more than 1,900 communities thereby achieving over 98%
Construction and completion of a Gas Processing plant at Uquo with 69
kilometers Gas Pipeline in partnership with Septa Energy.
Construction and completion of a world class 30,000 capacity Ibom
Construction and commissioning of Ibom Specialist hospital and fi ve new
Construction and completion of 6012 life-touching rural projects across the
31 LGAs of the State.
Construction of 2,400 housing units across the State.
Improved and efficient security network.
Construction of a brand new International standard federal prison/
Improved workers welfare and payment of N21,000 minimum wage.
Training and empowerment of 4,500 women with N250,000 each for
Training and empowerment of over 9000 youths with N500,000 each for
commercial agriculture under the Integrated Farmers’ Scheme.
Construction of a 12-Storey Four Points by Sheraton Hotel.
Massive urban re-modelling projects.
"We have maintained consistently, since the
inception of this Administration, a budgeting ratio
of 80% capital and 20% recurrent expenditure
… this accounts for the massive infrastructure
development and the Uncommon Transformation
witnessed in our state today." Governor Godswill Akpabio