Vanguard (Lagos)

Nigeria: Council Chairman Implements Governor Uduaghan's Directive

THE Oshimili North council boss, Mr. Innocent Esewezie at the swearing-in ceremony of his Vice, the Secretary and other members of the Transition Committee of the council at Akwukwu-Igbo,reiterated his administration's commitment towards governor Uduaghan's directive on security and environmental sanitation.

He said that he has since implemented the two issues by inaugurating the environmental Task Force with the employment of 140 sanitation officers provided with various sanitation working implements as well as erection of 8 security gates at the Ibusa flash points and promised to embark on projects that would impact positively on the people including completion of ongoing projects in the area, subject however to availability of funds, he added.

The Vice Chairman of the council, Hon. Anthony Ejiofor who responded on behalf of the councilors, thanked the chairman and assured that they will always remain loyal and supportive of his administration.

Those sworn-in and administered with the oath of office were Mr. Anthony Ejiofor as Vice chairman. Sir Joe Ijeh as Secretary. Other members are Henry Mordi, Ejiofor Okokwu, Aniemeka Chibueze, Christopher Okakwu, Francis Oweleke and Okeleke Emeka.

Also sworn-n are Jerry Nwabuzor, Isioma Ojei, Patrick Eziuzor, Charles Okwali and Enura Tony Odigwe.

The ceremony was attended by a cross section of PDP leaders from the area as well as management and staff of the council.

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