Politics

Soludo Swears-In Four New Special Advisers

Politics

Governor Chukwuma Soludo has sworn-in four new special advisers.

Governor Soludo performed the function at the twelfth Anambra State Executive Council meeting at the Executive Chambers, Government House, Awka.

Those sworn-in are Rt. Hon. Special Adviser, Legislative/State Assembly Matters, Rt Hon Anayo Nnebe; Dr. Alex Obiogbolu, Special Adviser, Political Matters; Dr. Godwin Nnadozie, Special Adviser, and Medicals and Pharmaceuticals and Barr. Raphael Asha Nnabuife, Special Adviser, Local Government Affairs.

They bring the total number of Special Advisers in Soludo’s cabinet to eight.

The Swearing-in ceremony is in accordance with the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria following their appointment by the Governor, last Friday.

Formally welcoming the Special Advisers, Governor Soludo said that their appointment is a call to duty with ‘Project Anambra’ in mind, stating that it is expected of members of ANSEC, to contribute in every way they can to make the state liveable and prosperous.

While calling on them to promote rendering of service above self, the Governor who stressed that the position they occupy is a competitive space, asked them to feel free to advice on anything that will help the advancement of the government of the day, expressing optimism that Anambra must win at the end.

The Solicitor General of the State performed the administration of the oath of office and oath of allegiance ceremony.

For more details of the event and other government activities, tune in to the program, “Anambra Government House Diary” with Ejike Abana (ABS Government House Correspondent), On ABS 88.5fm, Mondays-Fridays, 6:05am and 5:30pm daily.

Ifeizu

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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