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Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo, the Governor of Anambra State, has officially inaugurated Mr. Okafor Izuchukwu Moses as the newly appointed Finance Commissioner.
The swearing-in ceremony took place at the Exco Chambers within the Government House in Awka.
During the event, Governor Soludo congratulated the new Commissioner and formally inducted him into the Anambra State Executive Council.
In a show of empathy, Governor Soludo expressed his condolences to the new Commissioner for accepting the privilege to serve and encouraged him to maintain a regular practice of reading the oath of office and allegiance, underscoring its significance in reminding him of his duty to serve not only as Finance Commissioner but also as an essential member of the broader team.
The Governor, in highlighting the team’s role in building a vibrant and prosperous homeland, stressed that the oath of office outlines the very purpose of public service: to contribute more than one’s self and play an essential role in the solution team. He reaffirmed that the sole objective is to establish the foundation of a thriving and prosperous homeland.
The Governor made it clear to the new Commissioner that his ministry is only a small part of his broader responsibility. He emphasized that the oath of office isn’t tied to a specific ministry but underscores the importance of maintaining public office with integrity.
Mr. Okafor, who has recently taken on the role of Finance Commissioner, thanked the Governor for the privilege to serve during his vote of thanks.
He pledged to the Governor, ANSEC members, and the people of Anambra that he will diligently serve the state, utilizing his complete strength, talents, and resources.