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"Senator Bassey Albert Akpan was born on October 28, 1972 into the family of Chief Albert Robert Akpan, a successful businessman, prominent politician and philanthropist, in Ididep Usuk village, Ibiono Ibom Local Government Area. He is a grassroots politician who represented Akwa Ibom North-East Senatorial District at the 8th Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Previously, he was Commissioner of Finance in Akwa Ibom State from 2007 to 2014."
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Featured News: Successful Sen. OBA Scholars 2019

189 undergraduates have emerged as beneficiaries for the second phase of our scholarship scheme, following a qualifying examination on Saturday 11th of May, 2019.

The examination which commenced by 8am with screening of shortlisted candidates, had 1,100 candidates from various institutions of higher learning drawn across the 31 Local Government Areas of the State.

Successful candidates were selected based on the following criteria:

Best 20 candidates, irrespective of their Local Government of origin were first selected.

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On the passage of the Bill to amend the Deep Offshore and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contract, Cap D3 LFN (Amendment) Bill 2019, today (15 October,2019), I sincerely wish to thank the president of the Nigerian Senate,Distinguished Sen, Ahmad Ibrahim...

In the light of his recognition by the Akwa Ibom State College of Education (COE), Afaha Nsit, as a philanthropist and one having the quest to empower others educationally, a recipient of the Obong Bassey Albert (OBA) scholarship scheme, John...

Senator representing Akwa Ibom North East, Obong Bassey Albert, had lauded Governor of the State, Mr Udom Emmanuel on what he described as 'infrastructural renaissance' in the College of Education, Afaha Nsit The lawmaker, made the remarks during the 7th...

Watch my contribution at the plenary on President  Buhari's signing of agreement to make Nigeria a member of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCTA) .

” The political process does not end on election day. People need to stay involved in the process by continuing to pay attention to the conversation and holding their leaders accountable for the decisions they make. “

 – Senator Bassey Albert