Imo Head of service takes oath of office

Imo State Governor, Chief  Emeka Ihedioha, has said that he would not accept any excuse from the new Head of Service, Dr. Camillus Chinedu Iwuagwu if  he fails to perform in his new assignment as required of him.
This is even as he warned that he would hold him responsible if he fails to report any body, no matter how highly placed, who is a clog in the state service wheel of progress.
The state Chief Executive stated this on Wednesday while swearing in Dr. Iwuagwu as the new Imo State Head of Service at the Sam Mbakwe Expanded Exco Chamber, Imo Government House Owerri.
He charged the new civil service helmsman to reform  the dilapidated civil service in line with the Rebuild Imo Project of his government.
Governor Ihedioha said that the task of the new Head of Service was enormous hence he was expected to work round the clock to bring his wealth of experience to bear.
He lamented the decadence in the state civil service and called for all hands to be on deck in order to remedy the situation.
Among other things, the Imo helmsman listed some duties of the new Head of Service to include; to spearhead government reform, respect due process, uphold the rule of law, restore confidence and bring sanity to the civil service.
Chief Ihedioha, who said that Imo State was in a hurry, reiterated that the Rebuild Imo Project is still on course.
He advised Dr. Iwuagwu to be wise, proactive and restructure the Imo civil service in line with the Rebuild Imo agenda.
Speaking, after the swearing-in ceremony, the new head of service, Dr. Camillus Iwuagwu, thanked the governor for finding him worthy to serve the state in such a capacity.
He described the day as the greatest in his life and pledged his loyalty, dedication and respect to the Rebuild Imo Project.
Dr. Iwuagwu who hails from Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo State was full of thanks to God for His goodness and having kindness.
The event was graced by members of the Imo Expanded Executive Council, including Traditional Rulers and  other stake holders.
Two prominent sons of Ikeduru in the Rebuild Imo Project, Sir Bon. Unachukwu, Commissioner for Lands, Surveys and physical planning and  Amb. Uche Ogbuagu, member,  representing Ikeduru state constituency were also in attendance, as well as Mrs. Ama Eluwa the immediate past Head of Service.

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