JUST IN: Uzodinma appoints own brother Deputy Chief of Staff, returns Iwu, Anyaehie as Imo SSG, CoS

Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma, has appointed Ferdinand Uzodinma, his younger brother, the new Deputy Chief of Staff (General Services), Imo Government House....READ FULL ARTICLE

The Governor also returned Cosmas Iwu the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) and Nnamdi Anyaehie, the Chief of Staff, Imo Government House.

Also returned to their former positions in the Governor’s first tenure were Olisaemeka Sydney Agbor as the Deputy Chief of Staff (Operations) and Patrick Ekeji as Deputy Chief of Staff (Administration).

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According to the former Special Assistant to the Governor on Prints, Amby Uneze who posted the appointment on some social media platforms, the Governor’s brother was a one-time Councillor, Transition Committee Chairman and the Sole Administrator of Oru-east LGA.

Amby further disclosed that the Governor also approved the appointment of Sam Anyalebechi Nwaobasi as the Special Adviser on Programme and Policy Implementation/Monitoring.

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Governor Uzodinma had a couple of weeks back sent a 12-man Commissioner-nominees to Imo State House of Assembly where they were successfully screened by the speaker, Chike Olemgbe, alongside other members of the Assembly.

Although, the Commissioner-designates are yet to be sworn in, there is speculation that he (Governor) may be merging some of the ministry hence, may not make further Commissioner appointments.

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The Governor while congratulating the new appointees, urged them to bring to bear their wealth of experience and competence in the efforts to drive the vision of the Shared Prosperity Government to the next level....READ FULL ARTICLE

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