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Crude oil exploration at site 1 (Ukpa) was therefore established as point source of contaminants affecting the coastal environment and the metals from this particular site were found in the free ion state in the water column while the sediment was the readily available exchangeable fraction.
South Africans and Rhodesians took to the saddle in the 50s and 60s but it was not until the late 1970s that the sport returned to British shores, ultimately leading to the formation of the UKPA in 1985.
Lending her voice to the clarion call, Mrs Patience Ukpa, who spoke on behalf of the women of Eket senatorial district, corroborated the commissioner's position, saying that all Akwa Ibom women would not support any other party apart from the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP).
The leader of the Eket Women Forum (EWF), Obongawan Patience Ukpa, said that the endorsement of the governor's second term ambition became necessary in view of 'the administration's track record of quality achievements in the last three years.'
"It is also a key step in our journey to modernise the holiday experience we provide for our customers." Source: UKPA Apr 23, 2012
"Ashton is joining a fast expanding group of true pioneers who are on their way to a life changing experience and a place in the history books." Reported UKPA Mar 26, 2012