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Soludo inaugurates cabinet after three weeks in office

Governor of Anambra State, Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo, has sworn-in 20 commissioners cleared by the State House of Assembly...

Governor Charles Chukwuma Soludo of Anambra State has sworn in 20 commissioners cleared by the State House of Assembly.
They were sworn in at the Government House, Awka, Anambra State capital, on Saturday.
The governor urged them to abide by their oath of office and discharge their duties accordingly.
According to him, the state government will do every thing to provide dividend of democracy to the people.
Speaking to Journalists shortly after the event, the Commissioner of Information, Chief Paul Nwosu, promised to partner with the media to project the agenda of the Soludo-led administration.
He also called on the media to support the government’s efforts in repositioning the state .
The sworn in commissioners are: Mr Ifeatu Chinedu (Finance), Prof. Ofonze Amucheazi (Lands) Mr Ifeanyi Okoma (Works and Infrastructure ), Ms Chiamaka Nnake (Budget and Economy Planing) Dr Afam Obidike (Health), Mr Patrick Agha-mba (Youth Development), Mrs Ifeyinwa Obinabo (Women/Children Afairs), Dr Obinna Ugonnadi (Commerce and Industry), Mr Julius Chukwuemeka (Power and Water Resources), and Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh (Education).
Others are Mr Paul Nwosu (Information),  Dr Foster Ihejiofor (Agriculture), Mrs Patricia Igwebuike (Transport), Mr Felix Odimegwu (Environment), Mr. Chikodi Anara (Home Land Afairs), Prof. Chika Ifemeje (Attorney General/Commissioner for Justice), Mr Collins Nwabunwanne (Local Government and Chieftancy Affairs), Mr Donatus Onyeji (Culture/Entertainment), Mr. Anthony Ifeanya (Petroleum) and Mr Paulinus Onyeaka (Housing).
Rtd Air-Vice Marshal Ben Chiobi was also sworn in as special advisers on Security matters.