In a bid to enhance service delivery and keep his ‘Rescue Mission’ train on track, the Governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has approved a minor reshuffle of his cabinet.
This was contained in a statement released on Tuesday by the state government. Okorocha disclosed that the action was ‘to ensure optimum productivity and in the overall interest of the people of the state.’
According to the statement: “The Accountant-General of the state, Mr. George Eche, has been moved to the Ministry of Works as Permanent Secretary, while, Mrs. Udogwu S.N. takes over as the new Accountant-General. Mrs. Uzoma Uwandu replaces Mrs. Udogwu S.N. as the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development.
“E.O. Asonye Igwe moves from the Local Government service commission to the ministry of Internal Resources and Pension Affairs as Permanent Secretary.
“Lilian Asuzu moves as permanent secretary, ministry of Finance to Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Mr. Bona Ibebuike moves from Ministry of Petroleum and Environment to Ministry of Community Government, Culture and Traditional Affairs.
“Dr. (Mrs.) Ijeoma Ekeanyanwu moves from House of Assembly Service Commission to Ministry of Tertiary Education, Science and Technology. While Mr. Nobert Okoro leaves the Ministry of Works for Ministry of Finance.
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