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Landmark Beach Hotel & Resort Officially Set To Relocate Business To Ibeno Beach In AkwaIbom State

Management of Landmark Hotel & Beach Resort, is set to officially relocated its beach business to Ibeno beach in Ibeno LGA, Akwa Ibom State. This is coming weeks after its demolition in Lagos, by the federal ministry of works following the commencement of the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Road Project. In the preparation to its relocation to Akwa Ibom, the Ibeno Transition Chairman received Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Tourism and Management of Landmark Hotel & Beach Resort.Landmark Beach officially relocates to Ibeno beach, Akwa Ibom State
The Transition Chairman of Ibeno Local Government Area Rt Hon. Elder Emma Ibok (JP) on Saturday 11th May 2024 received the Commissioner for Tourism Sir Charles Udoh on an economic engagement with Landmark Hotel & Beach Resort who were in Ibeno to invest in tourism sector. Sir Charles Udoh described Ibeno as peaceful and promising with prospects as the best location for Landmark Hotel & Beach Resort and expressed confidence that the investment will attract development to Ibeno and the entire state.Landmark Beach officially relocates to Ibeno beach, Akwa Ibom State

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The Transition Chairman Rt Hon. Elder Emma Ibok thanked His Excellency Pastor Umo Eno for his love, passion, and concern in the affairs of Ibeno and the Commissioner for Tourism Sir Charles Udoh for the wonderful work he is doing in tourism sector to attract investors to Akwa Ibom State while acknowledging the project to be a welcome development to Ibeno people.

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He promised to work with all relevant stakeholders to ensure a conducive environment for Landmark as the presence of the company will translate to more jobs opportunity to the teaming youths of Ibeno. Presents at this round table discussion were: Sir Charles Udoh – the Commissioner for Tourism, Rt Hon Elder Emma Ibok – Transition Chairman, Elder Hon Ikoedem Ekong – Vice Chairman, MS Blessing Abakam – Council Secretary, Mr Kingsley Asuquo – project facilitator, and all Supervisors.

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