The newly appointed Transition Committee Chairmen have been sworn-in in Imo State. The State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha while addressing the appointees after the swearing-in at the Government House, Owerri charged them to see their appointment as a divine mandate to serve God and humanity.
Governor Okorocha who advised them to always listen to their subjects and sacrifice to ensure that the State is better, encouraged them to make positive impact in the discharge of their duties as good ambassadors of the Rescue Mission Administration adding that the present administration started well and must end well through their joint effort.
The State Chief Executive who lamented over poor maintenance culture in the nation, enjoined the group to ensure the maintenance and completion of all the ongoing projects in their localities which include the new 305 primary school buildings, 27 General hospitals, road projects among others; pointing out that 2014 will be for completion and commissioning of projects in the State. He further enjoined them to embrace agriculture and ensure that the General Hospitals in the State are revitalized and put in good use.
Owelle who commended the operations of the Police and Army in collaborations with the Imo Security Network charged the T.C. Chairmen to establish Vigilante Groups in their localities to assist the existing security outfits in the State in curbing crime.
The Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Policy and Strategy, Mr. Uche Onyeagocha was also sworn in at the occasion.
In her vote of thanks, the Transition Committee Chairman of Ehime Mbano, Mrs. Chioma Ogoke commended the State Governor, Rochas Okorocha for showing them good leadership examples and for helping them discover their leadership prowess. She promised that they will be dependable, diligent and pledge their allegiance to the Rescue Mission Administration.