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Anambra Gov Soludo nominates 20 commissioners, 15 advisers, submits list to state lawmakers

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Anambra State Governor, Charles Soludo on Tuesday submitted a list of 20 commissioner-nominees and 15 special adviser nominees to the state House of Assembly for approval.

The Speaker of the House, Uche Okafor, announced the submission of the list during Tuesday’s plenary while reading a letter from the governor.

The list consists of the names of some of the former governor Willie Obiano’s appointees which include Paul Nwosu as nominee for Information portfolio; Ifeatu Onejeme for Finance; Collins Nwabunwanne for Local Government and Chieftancy Matters, and Chikodi Anara for Home Land Affairs, amongst others.

The governor also nominated a Nollywood actor, Don Onyenji and Ifenyinwa Obinabo, who served as Transition Committee Chairman of Orumba North Local Government Area.

Onyenji is listed to serve as Commissioner for Entertainment, Culture and Tourism while Obinabo was nominated as Commissioner for Women’s Affairs.

Chika Ifejeme was nominated to serve as Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice; amongst others.

Other nominees are Ifeatu Chinedu, Ofonze Amucheazi, Ifeanyi Okoma, Chiamaka Nnake, Afam Obidike, Patrick Aghamba, Ifeyinwa Obinabo, Obinna Ugonnadi, Julius Chukwuemeka and Ngozi Chuma-Udeh.

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Others included Foster Ihejiofor, Patricia Igwebuike, Felix Odimegwu, Chikodi Anara, Chika Ifemeje, Collins Nwabunwanne, Donatus Onyeji, Anthony Ifeanya, and Paulinus Onyeaka.

The speaker said Soludo also sent another letter requesting the confirmation of 15 nominees for the post of Special Advisers.

The Speaker, however, asked the House Committee on Screening to duly screen the commissioner-nominees.

The majority leader moved a motion for the confirmation of the 15 special advisers and they were approved after a voice vote.

Also at the plenary, the House read a resolution asking Soludo to urge the Commissioner of Police to return checkpoints and patrol teams across the state.

The House resolution followed a motion raised by a member, Onyebuchi Offor, representing Ekwusigo  Constituency.

According to Offor, the absence of the checkpoints had increased insecurity which is causing serious threat to lives and property in the state.

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