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governor willie obiano has sworn in a five member anambra state civil service commission.
the swearing in ceremony took place at the governor's lodge, amawbia.
the new commission which has mrs. collette nwajiani as chairperson, has other members including mr. philip kweazu, chief simon onuorah, sir moses anakebe and mrs. chichi ogbuli.
the commission as a statutory body with constitutional backing has major among its charges, to recruit, promote and discipline civil servants.
members of the new commission who have had their names duly confirmed by the state house of assembly, were sworn in on behalf of the governor by the commissioner for justice and attorney general of the state, barr uju nworgu represented by the chief state counsel, barr dubem uzoka.
inaugurating the commission, governor obiano said under their leadership, his government expects to see a rejuvenated and productive civil service where commitment to duty and integrity should be the watchword.
he revealed that their appointment was coming on the heels of his approval of the 2017 promotion of civil servants, having completed the 2015 and 2016 promotions, adding that his government has a lot of welfare packages in the offing for workers.
the governor noted that the members of the commission were carefully selected because of their experience and track record of excellence, and charged them to immediately hit the ground running towards achieving their mandate.
the state head of service, barrister harry uduh said the prompt appointment of the new commission to replace the out gone is testament to the governor's high regard for welfare of civil servants and pledged the workers loyalty and support to his administration as according to him, the governor has done them well.
responding on behalf of the new commission, the chairperson, mrs. nwajiani thanked the governor for the opportunity to serve the state and assured that they will discharge their duties in the best interest of the state.
the members of the new commission were later administered with the oath of office and allegiance.

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