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State Appointment: Chief Ekeh Congratulates Chief Amadi

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The erstwhile Federal Commissioner representing Imo state in the Public Complaints Commission Nigeria, High Chief (Barrister) Willie Amadi has been appointed by Governor Hope Uzodinma as the Chief Technical Adviser on Environment as part of the State Government’s 3R Urban renewal project.

High Chief Amadi announced the appointment which was made yesterday on the 30th of September, 2021 on his social media pages where he thanked the former Governor of Imo State, Chief Ikedinachi Ohakim for discovering and implementing his penchant for selflessness and thoroughness when working on projects.

After his announcement, some well-wishers sent in their congratulations one of which was a well-known face when it comes to politics in Imo State, Chief Better Joseph Ekeh, the CEO of Alaowerri Restaurant, London and Chairman of Adavinn Executive Inn and Suites in Owerri North-Imo State.

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Chief Better Ekeh who sent his regards to High Chief Willie, openly congratulated him on his well-deserved post while praising the fact that his name and astute ‘workaholic’ attitude had lifted him high and culled favours for him all over the country. He also tasked the commissioner with the importance of putting good effort in State projects while referencing the saying that ‘Charity begins from home.’

In his words:

‘Chief Willie Amadi is a well-known commissioner who is known for his wonderful input when it comes to project delivery and infrastructural development in Imo State which is why this position is very deserving of him’.

‘My heartfelt congratulations go out to him and to Governor Hope Uzodinma for being unbiased with the choice of his Chief Technical adviser for this singular project’.

‘Imo State is indeed progressing and with these men at the helm of affairs, it is only a matter of time before Imo State regains her past glory and takes her position where she rightfully belongs to be the envy of all other States’.



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