Enugu Gov. assigns portfolios to commissioners, advisers

Posted by News Express | 22 July 2015 | 4,711 times

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Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has assigned portfolios to the 24 state commissioners and 10 Special Advisers who had earlier been inaugurated.

A press statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Uwakwe Abugu, and made available to newsmen in Enugu on Tuesday, said that their assignments took effect from July 16.

The commissioners and their portfolios include Dr. Godwin Udeuhele (Information), Chief Miletus Ezeugwuorie (Justice), Mr. Mike Eneh (Agriculture), Mr. Chuka Ndukwe (Youths and Sports), Mr. Fide Ani (Chieftaincy Matters) and Mrs. Chinelo Mbah (Special Duties).

Others are Mr. Sam Nwobodo (Commerce and Industry), Prof. Uche Eze (Education), Mr. Chidi Aroh (Enugu Capital Development Authority), Chief Fidel Ayogu (Environment), Mrs. Eucharia Offor (Finance) and Mr. Greg Nnaji (Science and Technology).

Also assigned are Mrs. Princess Nnaji (Gender Affairs), Dr. Samuel Ngwu (Health), Mr. Charlse Asogwa (Housing), Mr Emeka Okeke (Labour and Productivity), Mr. Solomon Onha (Lands and Urban Development), Mr. Chika Ogbe (Culture and Tourism).

The rest include Mr. Chijioke Edeoga (Local Government Matters), Mr. Vitus Okechi (Transport), Mr. Patrick Ikpenwa (Works and Infrastructure) and Mr. Gab Onuzuluike (Rural Development).

Among the Special Advisers and their portfolios are Mr. Abel Nwobodo (Project Development and Implementation), Mr. Anayo Agu (SME and Investment Promotion), Dr. Martins Oke (Legislative Matters) and Mrs. Mabel Agbo (Special Duties).

Others include Mrs Olangwa Ezekwu (Diaspora), Dr Samuel Ugwu (Education), Mr Emeka Madu (Political), Mr Manfred Nzekwe (Tourism) and Mrs Felicia Ikpeama (Social Development).

Also assigned are Mr Uchechukwu Ogbanna (Rural Devedopment and Community Relations) and Mr. Emmanuel Ogbodo (Budget).

It will be recalled that the commissioners and Special Advisers were inaugurated on July 16, following their clearance by the State House of Assembly. (NAN)

Photo shows Governor Uguwanni.


Source: News Express

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