Professor Chukwuma Soludo, the Governor of Anambra State, has appointed 20 commissioners to the State Executive Council.
At the Executive Chamber of the Government House in Awka, the Anambra State capital, Governor Soludo swore in the new appointees.
In a Facebook post, he said, “This is the third week since I was sworn in as the Governor of Anambra State.” “In keeping with my promise to the people and the Federal Republic of Nigeria’s constitution, 20 commissioners were sworn in today after passing the statutory screening at the State Assembly,” he said.
“The House of Assembly has approved the appointment of the 21st commissioner, who will be sworn in next week.” This is happening on a Saturday, which is unusual because Anambra’s business can be conducted 24 hours a day, seven days a week under my supervision.”
The governor revealed that many people expressed interest in working in his administration, with over 1,000 expressing interest in serving as commissioners.
As a result, he congratulated the new commissioners and urged them to be passionate in their work.
‘Call To Action’ is a phrase that means “call to action.”
Governor Soludo urged them to remain dedicated to his administration’s efforts to make Anambra a prosperous and livable state for the people.
He urged the new appointees to keep a close eye on the public office and work together as a solution team, as well as to warn criminals that they have no place in Anambra, as the government remained committed to restoring peace and stability to the state.
“To all of my newly appointed commissioners, I congratulate them and express my sympathies. The governor stated, “This is a call to action.” “The difficulties are enormous!” They all expressed an interest in serving and were chosen from a pool of over 1000 applicants.
“Because they all knew what ministry they were assigned to, it means they were chosen and are ready for the massive task ahead.” I’m not a fan of the ‘100 days in office’ craze because I recognize that it’s a four-year period that needs to be evaluated.
“As a result, I’ve charged them all with a delivery plan of ’50 days in office.'” We will exert ourselves because the people of Anambra are impatient. What this means is that the Anambra spirit demands nothing less than the best. I want to express my heartfelt congratulations and condolences to them all once more.”