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Enugu Community Hails Gov. Mbah Over Appointment of Okey Ogbodo As Commissioner



The people of Amechi Awkunanaw Community in Enugu South Local Government Area have expressed appreciation to Governor Peter Mbah, for appointing their son, Deacon Okey Ogbodo as Commissioner.

The appreciation is contained in a statement signed by Chief Paul Agbo, President General, Amechi Awkunanaw Development Union (ADU) on behalf of the community, on Saturday in Enugu.

Agbo commended Mbah, for appointing their son in his government, saying the Amechi people would remain grateful to him and urged Deacon Ogbodo to sustain his sterling performance.


The PG described the new commissioner as an “asset to Amechi Community and beyond” and thanked the governor for appointing him to serve the State, stressing that Ogbodo was a “courageous, dedicated and focused” man with uncommon pedigree.

The Amechi PG said the recognition of Deacon Ogbodo was a testament to his exceptional skills, dedication, and unwavering commitment to public service shown over the years.

He said his appointment would bring immense pride to Awkunanaw clan and Ndi Enugu South local government, as he had consistently demonstrated unwavering commitment to the welfare and progress of the people.

Agbo further said his tireless efforts and exemplary leadership had not gone unnoticed, and this appointment was a well-deserved acknowledgment of his invaluable contributions.

He said he was confident that Ogbodo’s vast experience, profound knowledge, and outstanding leadership qualities would greatly benefit Enugu State.

“Under your capable guidance, we expect to witness positive changes and significant advancements in the areas of social welfare, sustainable development, and good governance,” he added.

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The PG said the community aligned with the Governor’s vision to exponentially grow the state, pledging to continue to support him to succeed.

Aprokorepublic reports that Ogbodo, was among the 20 commissioners appointment by the governor to assist him run the affairs of the state in the next four years.

He was assigned the Commissioner for Local Government, Rural Development and Chieftaincy Affairs.

The governor while swearing-in the commissioners reiterated his commitment to the exponential growth of the state’s economy, speedy provision of socio-economic infrastructure, and human capital development in the state.

He said that the new commissioners were products of a painstaking search for quality hands to help his administration to deliver on its manifesto.

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