Sunday, 19 July 2015


Rt. Hon. Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Enugu State Governor
Last Thursday, July 16, 2015, the Governor of Enugu State, Rt. Hon. Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, advised newly appointed 24 commissioners and 11 special advisers to be prepared for service to the people of the state. The most sought after online business and political news publishers, Tectono Business Review, got to know this development when the political appointees were sworn in at the Executive Council Chambers, Government House in Enugu.

Gburugburu, as the governor is called, urged the commissioners and special advisers to get ready for service, warning that there would be no room for failure in his administration. He advised them to approach their duties with all sense of commitment and responsibility, noting that they were appointed on merit and in accordance with the dictates of geo-ethnic balancing as enshrined in Section 14 (4) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Gburugburu said: "I urge you to eschew all divisive or diversionary ideas or actions and remain focused on ways and means that would lead to the accomplishment of individual and collective responsibilities to the state and her citizens.”

The corpulent governor advised the political appointees to collectively bring their competence and experience to bear in the implementation of measures that would help to actualise the objectives of government in all sectors of the state economy.

In his speech on behalf of the sworn-in Commissioners and Special Advisers, a legal luminary who is the newly appointed State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief Miletus Ezeugworie Eze, expressed his gratitude to the governor for the opportunity given to them to serve in his administration and assured the him that they would work as a family to actualise state government's objectives.