Prince Emmanuel Sam, Special Assistant on Local Media, (on white caftan) in a group photograph with students from Eniong Offot on Tuesday 4th February 2020.

• procures JAMB forms for indigents students

The Special Assistant on Local Media to Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom state, Prince Emmanuel Sam has advised students from his community seeking admission into tertiary institutions to resist peer pressure and vices particularly, cultism.

Addressing a cross section of the students in his office at government house, Uyo, Sam urged the students to work hard and make themselves useful for community development in future.

“I want to let you know that I am interested in what every single youth of my community becomes in future.”

“Cultism may create an atmosphere of temporal success, but the end of it is destruction. Any of you who wants to live a meaningful life in future, must begin today because tomorrow you may not have this opportunity again.”

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Sam procured JAMB forms for some students from Eniong Offot community, in Uyo local government, seeking to get admission into tertiary institutions.

He said the assistance was to complement the free and compulsory education of the state government and encourage indigent youths who have the desire to acquire education but do not have assistance.

Prince Sam thanked Governor Udom Emmanuel for providing a platform for him to reach out to humanity and society.