Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodimma, has approved the immediate employment of two first-class law graduates of the Imo State University, Owerri.

Uzodimma made the announcement when the duo, Chinonso Oparaji and Chipuruime Udeh, were presented to him at the Government House in Owerri, the state capital.

The duo graduated with first-class honours from IMSU and Law School.


Uzodimma, who disclosed this on his social media handle, wrote, “In a significant move aimed at recognising academic excellence, His Excellency, Senator Hope Uzodimma, has approved the immediate employment of two outstanding Imo indigenes, Chinonso Oparaji and Mrs. Chipuruime Udeh.

“The duo, who achieved first-class honours in law at Imo State University and the Nigerian Law School, received the prestigious offer during a recent visit to the Government House in Owerri.

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“Accompanied by dignitaries, including the Vice Chancellor of Imo State University, Prof. U.U. Chukwumaeze (SAN) and the Chief Judge of Imo State, Theresa Chikeka, Governor Uzodimma, warmly received the graduates.

“Underscoring the value of hard work and dedication, the Governor praised the efforts of the university management and faculty in fostering an environment conducive to academic success. He reaffirmed his commitment to uplifting the educational sector in line with the state’s Renewed Hope Agenda.


“In a gracious response to the governor’s commendable gesture, Oparaji and Udeh, accompanied by their families, expressed gratitude for the recognition of their hard work and they urged younger Imolites to strive for excellence in their academic pursuits.”