Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State has sworn in five new commissioners, following their confirmation by the State House of Assembly. The inauguration ceremony took place in Owerri, the state capital.

During the ceremony, Governor Uzodinma urged the new commissioners to carry out their duties with integrity and efficiency, warning that any form of corruption or non-productivity would not be tolerated and would lead to dismissal. He emphasized his administration’s urgency in boosting the state’s economy and alleviating the economic challenges faced by the residents.

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The governor also called on the new commissioners to represent his administration well and contribute to delivering the benefits of democracy to the people. In response, the newly appointed commissioners expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to serve and pledged to align with the governor’s vision to fulfill his administration’s agenda.


With the addition of these five commissioners, the total number in Governor Uzodinma’s executive council now stands at 29.