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Public sector reform: Ugwuanyi receives security report, set to constitute EXCO

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Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, yesterday, received report from the sectorial ad-hoc committee on security recently constituted by his administration alongside 11 other committees to review various sectors of governance and design roadmaps to optimise service delivery and advance good governance in the state.

Receiving the report, which was presented by the chairman of the committee, Former Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ogbonna Onovo, Gov. Ugwuanyi, who expressed delight at the committee’s timely submission of the report said other committees are expected to follow suit.

The governor disclosed that on receipt of reports from the committees, the next strategic assignment would be the appointment of “implementing officers, who will drive both the sector-specific and overarching roadmaps.”

He stated that it was “symbolic and heartwarming” for his administration to begin to receive the reports of the committees, stressing that the security committee was “key in our judgment as its recommendations will assist us in rejigging and retooling the state security architecture in the face of burgeoning insecurity in the country.”

Gov. Ugwuanyi therefore thanked members of the committee for investing their time, energy and intellect in serving the state.
“It is all intended to give you no less than what you deserve, in line with our campaign promises and the social contract. We are convinced that this journey will deliver the transformative governance of our dream believing that God’s abiding Grace will be our enabler.”

Submitting the report, the former IGP commended Gov. Ugwuanyi for the measures he has put in place to enhance the security of the state.


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