Governor Rochas Okorocha has sworn-in two new commissioners for the Ministry of Economic Planning and Ministry of Lands, Survey and Urban Planning.
Speaking shortly after the swearing-in ceremony at government House, Owerri, Gov. Okorocha advised them to be dedicated in discharging their duties and shun self- aggrandizement.
Gov. Okorocha enjoined them to imbibe the spirit of team work, stressing that his administration would not hesitate to remove any commissioner who performs below expectation or involve in corrupt practices.
Okorocha said there would be appraisal of scorecards of all commissioners in the state as his government approaches its one year in the office pointing out that the Rescue Mission administration cannot afford to fail.
In a vote of thanks, the Commissioner for Lands, Survey and Urban Planning, Mr. Uche Nwosu on behalf of his counterpart in the Ministry of Economic Planning, Mr. Nick Oparandudu, described their new offices as one that call for service and hard work. Hon. Nwosu pledged to implement the four cardinal points of rescue mission administration in the area of sacrifice, political will, decentralization and culture. He assured that government will not fail to give compensation for land acquire by the government promising that land registration data would be harmonized while access roads will be created for government approved layout. He however, thanked Governor Okorocha for giving them opportunity to serve the people of the state in higher capacity.
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