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Ugwuanyi inaugurates committee to coordinate implementation of sectoral reforms

In furtherance of efforts to review the policies, programmes, structures and operations of the state public service for optimal results, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State

[FILES] Ugwuanyi. Photo/FACEBOOK/EnuguGovNewsUpdate

In furtherance of efforts to review the policies, programmes, structures and operations of the state public service for optimal results, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, yesterday, inaugurated an eight-man committee to coordinate the implementation of the recommendations of the 12 sectoral committees. 

Inaugurating the committee, Ugwuanyi, represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Simon Ortuanya, named Dr. Kingsley T. Udeh as Chairman.

The governor also listed the Special Adviser to the governor on Agriculture, Mike Ogbuekwe, former Chairman, Collation Committee on Sectoral Ad hoc Committees’ report, Prof. Vincent Onodugo, and former Reform Manager, DFID PERL, South East, Mrs. Ucheoma Egwuatu, as members of the implementation coordination committee. 

Other members of the committee are: former member, Collation Committee on Sectoral Ad hoc Committees’ report and former State Team Lead, DFID SPARC, Enugu, Sam Onyia, retired Permanent Secretary and Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the governor, Mrs. Sylvia Onwubuemeli, representative of the Attorney General, and the Director of Administration, Office of the Secretary to the state government, Mr Madueke Nsude, who serves as secretary of the committee.

Ugwuanyi disclosed that the responsibility of the committee is to coordinate the implementation of the recommendations of the 12 sectoral committees that articulated necessary reforms in the state public service. 

He urged members of the new committee to bring their wealth of experience to bear on the assignment, “and propel our state to an enviable height while leaving indelible marks on the sands of time.”     

The sectors earlier reviewed by tested technocrats drawn from various backgrounds include education, health, public service, justice, water, security, agriculture, rural development, finance and chieftaincy/community matters.