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Eze Igbo Ghana congratulates Cosmas Maduba and other commissioners on their appointment | Guardian news from Nigeria

The King of the Igbo Diaspora in the Republic of Ghana, His Majesty Eze Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu (Ezeohazurume, Global Ambassador of Peace) has congratulated the newly inaugurated commissioners and members of the Imo State Executive Cabinet of Isu Nation on their appointment and taking of oath, describing it as well deserved considering their impressive achievements in private and public service.

In a statement made available by his Director, Media Strategy and Communications, Njoku Macdonald Obinna, the Nwangele-born royal father of Umuduruoha-Amaigbo, Eze Ihenetu, commended the Governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodimma, for the selection of the commissioners: whom he described as a mixed race of young, middle and experienced hands.

His words: “I am very happy to congratulate my brothers, Isu Council and Nwangele Council respectively, on your meritorious appointments and inaugurations in the Imo State Executive Council headed by Governor Hope Uzodimma and I pray for God’s guidance, wisdom and strength as you assume office to serve the good people of Imo State through this public trust.

The monarch also extended best wishes to the Imo Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Chief Cosmas Maduba, Dr. Chimeza Amadi, Commissioner for Digital Economy and E-Government, Dr. Prosper Obinna Ohayagha, Commissioner for Health and Social Sciences, Barr. Emeka Mgbedum, Commissioner for Petroleum and Modestus Osakwe, Commissioner for Internal Security.

Ezeigbo Ghana, therefore, urged the commissioners to use their exalted position to implement Uzodimma’s Renewed Hope Agenda contained in his 3R Co-Prosperity Administration.

Eze Ihenetu said ndi Imo deserved more development in all aspects of life and urged the commissioners to do everything in their power to prove to the governor that he was right in his choice of appointment.

He particularly congratulated the Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Chief Cosmas Maduba, on his reappointment and urged him to leverage his wealth of experience to modernize the agricultural sector in the state.