Ahiazu Local Government Comes Alive As Governor Ihedioha Commission New LGA Secretariat.

Governor Emeka Ihedioha today commissioned the ultramodern Ahiazu Mbaise Local Government Secretariat.
The Ahiazu Mbaise LGA Secretariat is one of the ongoing L.G.A Secretariat Complexes in the 27 Local Government Areas of the State.


The state-of-the-art Ahaizu Mbaise Local Government Secretariat which houses 28 office spaces, including a digitalized conference room and a 200-capacity meeting hall, was completed in under 6 months.


Former Nigerian Minister and Elder Statesman, Chief I.D. Nwoga, in his remarks lauded the Governor for his foresight in ensuring a conducive environment for the workers at the 27 Local Government Areas. He also stressed that the incentive will motivate the workers to put in their best work.


The Interim Management Committee Chairman of Ahiazu Mbaise LGA, Hon. Sam Ahiarakwe also expressed his gratitude to the Governor for his unending support and faith in him, assuring that he will not relent in following the Governor’s quality and purposeful leadership example.

In his speech, Governor Emeka Ihedioha commended the Interim Management Committee of Ahiazu Mbaise LGA, for their diligence and commitment. The Governor also extended his commendation to the contractor for the quality of his delivery in such a short period, assuring that his administration will make deliberate effort to encourage and reward diligence in service delivery.

The commissioning ceremony was attended by the Secretary to the State Government, Barr. Uche Onyeagocha; the Chief Technical Adviser, Barr. P.G.U Madu; the Special Adviser on Local Government & Chieftaincy Affairs, Hon. Mayor Eze; the Senior Special Assistant on Rural Development, Chief Richmond Osuji; the Senior Special Assistant on Project Monitoring & Evaluation, Engr. Uche Moneke; the Foremost Elder Statesman, Chief I.D. Nwoga; Former Military Governor of Old Delta State, Air Commodore Luke Ochulor; Traditional and Religious Leaders, Members of Civil Society Groups, and other members of the general public.

Imo Bu Nke Anyi.


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