Charles Soludo

The Completed list of Charles Soludo‘s 20 Commissioner nominees has emerged

Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo has submitted a list of 20 Commissioner nominees to the state House of Assembly for approval, including three professors.

Mr. Uche Okafor, Speaker of the House, announced this during Tuesday’s plenary session while reading a letter from Soludo dated March 28.

Also Read : Eight confirmed dead, 26 injured as Terrorists attack another train barely 24 hours

The governor also sent another letter, according to Okafor, requesting the confirmation of 15 Special Advisers.


The Speaker, on the other hand, requested that the commissioner nominees be screened by the House Committee on Screening.


The 15 special advisers were confirmed after a voice vote after the majority leader moved a motion for their confirmation.


Mr Ifeatu Chinedu, Professor Ofonze Amucheazi, Mr Ifeanyi Okoma, Ms Chiamaka Nnake, Dr Afam Obidike, Mr Patrick Aghamba, Mrs Ifeyinwa Obinabo, Dr Obinna Ugoing todi, Mr Julius Chukwuemeka, and Professor Ngozi Chuma-Udeh were the commissioner nominees.

Pay Attention To Watch Video as Angry fans invade Abuja stadium, destroy properties

Mr Paul Nwosu, Dr Foster Ihejiofor, Mrs Patricia Igwebuike, Mr Felix Odimegwu, Mr Chikodi Anara, Professor Chika Ifemeje, Mr Collins Nwabunwanne, Mr Donatus Onyeji, Mr Anthony Ifeanya, and Mr Paulinus Onyeaka were among the others in attendance.


The house also read a resolution urging Soludo to appeal to the state’s Commissioner of Police to restore checkpoints and patrol teams throughout the state.

Mr Onyebuchi Offor, who represents the Ekwusigo Constituency, moved the resolution in the house (PDP).

Also Read: Nigeria fail to qualify for World Cup as Ghana win via Away Goal

According to Offor, the absence of checkpoints has increased insecurity in the state, posing serious threats to lives and properties.

Previous articleEight confirmed dead, 26 injured as Terrorists attack another train barely 24 hours
Next articlePDP Presidential Aspirant, Ovat Ayabom withdraws from Race, Backs Atiku Abubakar


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.