June 6, 2024

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Abia State government makes 14 new appointments, more to follow

Abia State has made 14 fresh appointments to enhance advisories for the governor.
Kazie Uko, chief press secretary to the governor, says in a statement that the governor, Dr. Alex Otti, has approved a list of appointees to take up the positions.
Uko says that Kingsley Nkemakolam Agomoh is general manager (GM) of Umuahia Capital Development Authority, retired Justice K. C. Nwankpa is titled “Ombudsman” and Prof. Udochukwu Ogbonna is the new chairman of the state’s Board of Internal Revenue (subject to confirmation of the state’s house of assembly).
Also named are Dr. Lilian Ezenwa, senior special assistant for “ease of doing business”; Prof. Vincent Eze Onwe, Provost of Abia State College of Education (Technical), Arochukwu; Mr. Chinenye Mba-Uzoukwu is Principal Secretary/Chief Strategy Officer at Government House, Umuahia.
There are also Godson Anucha, senior special assistant (labour relations); Miss Ure Abazie, DGM, Abia State Orientation Agency; Dr. Idika Mba Idika, head of Government House Clinic; and Charles Egonye is technical assistant to the governor.
Completing the list are Miss Elizabeth Chibuzor Chijioke, special assistant for digital economy; Okezie Ezengwa, DGM of Abia State Environmental Protection Agency (ASEPA), Aba; David Anyaele, special assistant on Persons Living with Disabilities; and Kenechukwu Nwosu, special adviser on education.