Imo State governor, Emeka Ihedioha on Wednesday in Owerri, the state capital, swore in 17 commissioners to serve as his cabinet members.
The governor, while swearing them in told them that they were selected to join him in repositioning Imo to its “original pride” and towards making it a model state.
The governor also told them that he was not going to accept poor performance from them because he chose them in the belief they would serve Imo diligently.
He said, “I have appointed you as commissioners not to serve only in my government, but to serve the entire state.
“Remember that any decision you take in your various ministries will have direct effect on the general wellbeing of Imo people, so I want all of you to discharge your duties with the fear of God.”
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While he urged the commissioners to be proficient and ensure they maintained due process in their daily activities, the governor reiterated that his administration was going to reposition the state and called on the people to support policies of the government.
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