BILL ANAKA PAYS A COURTESY CALL TO THE NEW MD BIPC.

By: David Zaan
A former Benue commissioner and a one time governorship aspirant, Engr. Bill Anaka today 22nd March, 2016 paid a courtesy visit to the managing director of Benue Investment and Property Company at the company headquarters.
Engr Anaka congratulated the new MD on his new appointment. He advised the MD to remain loyal to Governor Samuel Ortom for choosing him amongst several others.
" People have high expectations that you will perform and achieve because of your background experience. As a technocrat I am very confident that you will deliver on the goals of this company". Engr. Bill Anaka Stated.
Engr Bill Anaka who is also aspiring for the post of the Tiv paramount ruler of the Tiv nation (Tor Tiv) further advised him to take his job seriously. "Never take decisions in a haste and not sign things casually without thorough scrutiny". Engr Bill said.
The elder statesman further advised Mr Jack Mulya to endeavour to carry his staff along and always consult people with wealth of experience necessary, in so doing his decisions will be successful and his job easier.
In response, the MD appreciated Engr. Anaka for the show of love by the visit and encouraging words, even though he did not formally inform Engr Anaka of the appointment.
He said "I appreciate you so much for the visit, as an uncle, father and a brother you have come with powerful resource and strong tools to help me work and succeed. You are a community developer and a man piled with vast experience; I will hold dear all you have said and when I succeed I will not only make the governor proud but also the people of Benue".
In his closing remarks, the MD prayed for the guest stating that God should grant him favour in his quest for the post of Tor Tiv, and also grant him journey mercy back to his destination.
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