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Federal Agencies Committed To Developing Anambra

Association of Heads of Federal Establishments and Parastals in Anambra State has reiterated its commitment towards the growth and development of the state.

Chairman of the body and State Coordinator, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Aremu Kehinde stated this during a condolence visit to the State Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), David Bille who lost his mother recently.

He said the body would continue to seek ways to ensure the improvement of living conditions of the people of the state.

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He called for the cooperation of the State, the private sector and individuals to make their stay in the state remarkable and successful, as well as facilitate the achievements of the corporate objectives of each Agency.

“We’re committed to mobilising the strength of the Association for the development of Anambra State. Besides, the care for the welfare of our members and the people of the state remain our priority,” he said.

While commiserating with the Commandant on the demise of his mother, Aremu enjoined him to take solace in the fact that the mother lived a fulfilled life and left legacies for her children.

Responding, the NSCDC helmsman, David Bille appreciated the delegation for their visit, describing the mother’s death as painful.

He said, “I spoke with her on the day of her death before my wife later broke the sad news while we were in a security meeting. I started feeling the pain of her death after the burial. We didn’t have any reason to disagree.

“I’m touched by your coming. Thanks for the solidarity. Our Union will continue to produce credible leaders as we remain united.”
Among the delegation were the State Controller, Correctional Services, Barr. Emmanuel Nwakaeze, State Director, NOA, Barr. Charles Nwoji, State Director, National Population Commission (NPC), TLP Ulasi Joachin.

Others were South East Zonal Coordinator, Medical Laboratory and Science Registration Council, MLSNC, Lady Christy Igwe and the State Coordinator, National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) Mrs Nkechi Okafor.



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