Imo State governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has reaffirmed his commitment and determination to fulfill his election promise to people of the state on job and wealth creation by ensuring the establishment of many industries and factories in the next four years.
Governor Okorocha made the assertion during the swearing in ceremony of the newly appointed Secretary to the State Government, Sir Jude Ejiogu and the Chief of Staff, Hon. Uche Nwosu as well as the inauguration of the Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Sam Onwuemodo, Senior Special Assistant on Assets and Liabilities Mr. Ethelbert Ibeabuchi and Senior Special Assistant on Special Duties, Barr. Emmanuel Ibediro.
Owelle Okorocha maintained that the focus on and essence of the new policy on creating industries and factories is provide jobs for the teeming Imo youths in order to create wealth in the state.
“We are not resting on our oars, if anything, this four years shall be better than the last four years. We shall continue to build the Imo State of our dream for the present and subsequent generations,” Governor Okorocha stressed.
He charged the first set of appointees into his second term cabinet of to brace up to the challenges of building the right foundation for subsequent administrations in the state.
Thee governor reminded them that their appointment was to make them part of the solution and not the problem of the present administration insisting that they must shun corruption and work hard to make Imo State better.
“My best friend is that political appointee who makes the most sacrifice and shuns corruption irrespective of pressure from family and friends”, he noted.
He therefore appealed to all stakeholders in the state regardless of party affiliations to join hands with the government to realize the ‘Imo My Pride’ project.
In a vote of thanks on behalf of the others, the Secretary to the State Government, Sir Jude Ejiogu thanked Owelle Okorocha for giving them the opportunity to serve in his cabinet and pledged not to let the government down especially in ‘this critical time of consolidating on the gains of democracy.”
Speaking to newsmen shortly after his inauguration, the Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Sam Onwuemodo described his re-appointment into Governor Okorocha’s cabinet as an invitation to work harder than he did during the first term.
He promised that the Rescue Mission government will continue to tow the part of truth in all its programmes so that Imolites will continue to trust in government.

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