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Anambra government inaugurates six-man tenders board

Anambra government inaugurates six-man tenders board
April 23
06:35 2014

The Anambra State government has inaugurated a six-man tenders board to ensure transparency in governance.

The board will be headed by Mr. Gregory Obi, the state of commissioner for finance.

Chief Tony Onyima, the state’s commissioner for information, announced the inauguration after a meeting of the state executive council in Awka on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.

Onyima named other members of the board as Prof. Kate Omenugha, the commissioner for education; Prof. Solomon Chukwudobelu, the commissioner for economic planning and budget; and Mr Callistus Ilozumba, the commissioner for works.

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Also on the board are Mrs. Vikky Chukwukelu, the commissioner for women affairs; and the senior special adviser to the governor on project monitoring, who will serve as its Secretary.

The governor also swore-in three officials who were absent at their inauguration two weeks ago.

They are Chief Joe Martins Uzodike, the senior special adviser on political matters; Chief Okey Morka, the chairman of the Board of Internal Revenue; and Chief Chika Anarah, the special adviser on security.

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According to Onyima, Anambra has moved on from the phase when it is constantly in the news for the wrong reasons, as the new administration is determined to maintain good image of the state.

He added that the ministry of information would collaborate with the media in the task of reporting the state, but would not tolerate gossips.

“Governor Willie Obiano has demonstrated his resolve to work for the state, and all he needs is the support of the people,” he said.

“The governor emphasised team work and efficiency, and he urges the members of the executive to key into his vision for the state.”

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