Abia Gov, Okezie Ikpeazu makes new appointments

September 10, 2021
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The Governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu, has reconstituted the Governing Council of the Abia State College of Health Science and Management Technology, Aba.

This was contained in a release by the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Barrister Chris Ezem, and made available to journalists in Umuahia, on Friday.

Eme Okoro, the immediate past Secretary to the Abia Government is named the Chairman of the Governing Council

Members of the Council are, Elder Godwin Obioma Nna, Charles Osondu, Pastor Roland Nwosu, HRM Eze OJ Anaba, Barrister Randy Ukawoke and Mrs Felicia Ugboaja.

Similarly, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, has reconstituted the Abia State Civil Service Commission with Dr Mrs Elizabeth Esochaghi as the Chairman, while members are, Emmanuel Okwuobasi Kanu, Hon. Prince Onuoha, Barrister Eze Ndukauba and Mrs. Joyce Adiele.

In a related development, the Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu has appointed a new principal Secretary in the office of his wife.

She is Chief Mrs Love Ezema.

According to a release, this appointment takes immediate effect.

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