Governor Fubara Urges Newly Sworn-in Permanent Secretaries to Prioritize Professionalism

In a swearing-in ceremony held at the Executive Chamber of the Rivers State Government House, Governor Siminalayi Fubara emphasized the need for newly appointed permanent secretaries to prioritize professionalism over political affiliations in their roles.

The governor, who addressed the 16 newly sworn-in permanent secretaries, gifted them brand new SUVs as a symbol of their responsibility and competence.

“These appointments are not merely a stroke of luck; they are based on competence and trust in your ability to serve the state effectively,” stated Governor Fubara. He highlighted the importance of filling administrative gaps in ministries and urged the appointees to lead with integrity.

Governor Fubara expressed his commitment to providing a conducive working environment for optimal performance. “Your responsibility as permanent secretaries is significant, and we expect you to uphold the standards of the civil service,” he added, emphasizing the administration’s dedication to improving welfare and security for the people of Rivers State.

The Head of the Rivers State Civil Service, Dr. George Nwaeke, received directives from the governor to officially hand over cars to the newly appointed permanent secretaries. The appointees include Hebron Wisdom, Dede Sampson Friday, Briggs Atemea Karibo, Nyempe Gregory, Ndah Emmanuel, Ngochindo James Epobari, Ishmael Tomonialadieokuma, and Wakama Boma A. George, among others.

This move is part of Governor Fubara’s strategy to strengthen administrative leadership in ministries, ensuring effective governance and service delivery to the people of Rivers State.

This was contained in a statement released on the official Facebook page of the Special Assistant to Governor Fubara on Media and Publicity.

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