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 The four government officials who were sponsored by the Anambra state government to Kennedy School, Harvard University, Boston,

United States of America, have praised Governor Willie Obiano for his mentorship and inspiring leadership, which have motivated his political appointees to excel.
They spoke to Anambra Broadcasting Service from America where they are rounding up a month long leadership course.
One of the officials, the Commissioner for Basic Education, Professor Kate Omenugha while saying that the course they are attending is called "leaders in development", noted that the approach is the use of case studies that exposes one to challenges of developing nations such as conflicts, economy, revenue generation and politics.
She said they will share their experiences with the EXCO members and people in their Ministries, adding that the experience will aid them to improve on governance.
On his part, the Commissioner for Public Utilities, Power and Domestic Water Supply, Mr. Obi Nwankwo, said; "Harvard training changes one’s perspective about a lot of things.
Mr. Nwankwo thanked Governor Willie Obiano for giving him and the others the opportunity, noting that the Harvard training will help them improve on their job towards the development of Anambra state.
For the former Accountant General of the state and currently Special Adviser to the Governor on Training, Efficiency and Motivation, Mrs. Ngozi Okonkwo, it has been a rewarding experience, explaining that the experience and knowledge gained will definitely help improve on governance and policy when they come back.
In his remarks the Special Adviser to the Governor on Budget Monitoring and Implementation, Ogbuefi Melie Onyejepu, said his expectations from the training so far have been exceeded in many diverse ways, adding that on their return, they will bring to bear what they have learnt about understanding specific challenges and managing change in a dynamic world, working through problems and new ideas in order to drive desired developmental changes.


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