BREAKING: Dr. Malachy Agbo, 19 others swear in as Enugu State commissioners

Governor Peter Mbah of Enugu State has sworn in 20 of the 21 commissioners that will constitute the State Executive Council, charging them to get down to work immediately as the administration was in a hurry to deliver on its campaign promises.

The newly sworn-in commissioners include Dr. Malachy Agbo, a former Chairman of Igbo Etiti Local Government Area; and Prof. Ndubueze Mbah….CONTINUE READING

Also sworn in were Mrs Ngozi Enih, Engr. Lawrence Ezeh, Prof. Sam Ugwu, Pharm. Chika Ugwoke, Dr Kingsley Udeh and Prof. Emmanuel Obi.

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Deacon Okey Ogbodo, Dame Ugochi Madueke, Barr. Lloyd Ekweremadu, Engr. Gerald Otiji, Nathaniel Uramah, Mr Aka Eze Aka, Adaora Chukwu, Dr Martin Chulwunweike, Obi Ozor, Emeka Ajogwu, Chris Robert Ozongwu, Dr Felix Nnamani and Patrick Ubro were also sworn in.

Reiterating his commitment to the exponential growth of the state’s economy, speedy provision of socio-economic infrastructure, and human capital development in the state, Mbah said the new commissioners were products of a painstaking search for quality hands to help his administration to deliver on its manifesto.

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“We expressed a massive vision, a vision that would see us growing our economy exponentially. We also promised our people to eradicate poverty. We want to make Enugu State the premier destination for investment.

“Those are laudable and lofty ideas. But one thing we knew also when we made those promises, was that we needed a team that will convey our people from where we are today to the destination we want to take them to. For this reason, the process that resulted in your selection was quite rigorous and detailed.

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“So, I want to congratulate all of you for at least making it on this list. In about 100 days from now, Enugu people want to turn their taps and see water flowing from those taps. We have promised them. So, they are expectant....CONTINUE READING