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List Of SA’s, SSA’s, Port Folios



S/N      NAME                                   PORTFOLIO

1   Prof. Henry Njoku                      Chief Tech. Adviser/Coordinator, Economic  Dev. & Rehabilitation Council

2    Hon. (Mrs.) Ruby Emele          Local Govt. & Chieftaincy Affairs

3    Hon. (Mrs.) Christina Ude            Sustainable Dev. Goals & Humanitarian Services (SDG)

4   Hon. Dr. Bathos Nwadike              Political

5   Hon. (Mrs) Pat Ekeji Ngozi           Strategy & Development

6  Hon. Macdonald Ebere                  SA/ General Manager  ENTRACO

7  Engr. Ikpamezie Innocent             SA/ General Manager  OCDA

8  Hon. Dominic Uzowuru                  Inter-Party

9  Amaka Okafor                                    Electronic/New Media

10. Dr. (Mrs.) Okereke Macillina .A.   Health

11. Doris Tony-Anyanwu                    International Cooperation/NEPAD

12  Ifeanyi Opara                                   Labour Matters

13  Hon. Chief Canice Moore .C. Nwachukwu   Revenue Mobilization and Capacity Development

14  Ikem Unaebgu                                Aviation/Airport Project

15  Hon. Wilson Nwafor   Recreation Parks & Open Spaces Dev.

16  Barr. (Mrs.) Ogechi Njoku-Ehirim     NGO, Grants, Anchor Borrowers & Cooperatives

17  Okey Udoh         Rural Projects

18   Chief Agugbue Oduonyemma   Culture & Tourism

19    Dr Uzoma Patrick Chidi Liason Lagos

20   Chief Achonwa Gibson Njamanza    Agric. Development Programme (ADP)

21   Okenze Blyden Amajirionwu      Market & Allied Matters

22   Pharm. Prisca Amaka Onwumere    Commerce & Networking

23   Hon. Engr. Francis Chukwu          Project Monitoring- Okigwe Zone

24   Nkiruka Okafor Ezuma Oluoha   State Health Ins. Scheme

25  Chief Sam Ejiogu              Pools Betting & Gaming

26  Hon Sam Osuji (Barr)      Agricultural Loans

27 Chief Mrs. Josephine Nnoham   Women Mobilization

28  Mrs. Celia Osakwe Hibbert          Diaspora-America/Asia

29  Elder Aloysius Nnawugo               Diaspora-Europe

30  Dr. Samuelson Emehibe (Disabled)    Special Citizen

31   Dr. (Mrs.) Obianuju Nwokejiobi           Primary Health

32   Chief Kenneth Okafor    Transport & Motor Parks

33     Hon. Chief Tanana Biaduo-           Urban Water Supply

34     Hon. Daniel C. Ikpeazu- Special Project

35   Chief Barr. Augustine Nnawuihe            Housing

36     Mr. Ikenna Nlemigbo     Sports & Youth Development

37      Chief Emeka Udegbulem             Finance

38           Hon. Ferdinand Uzodinma           Project Monitoring – Orlu Zone

39           Hon. Austen Nwachukwu            NASS Matters

40           Chief Regis Uwakwe       Special Duties

41           Mr. Chinedu Okonkwo  Special Mobilization

42           Hon. Charles Ejiogu         Oil Beeches, Abatoris & Agric. Prod. Pricing & Control

43           Nze Eddy Olewuike         Project Monitoring-Owerri  Zone

44           Mr. Joseph Oputa            ISOPADEC

45           Hon. Oyibo Nwaneri       House of Assembly Liason

46           Chief Kingsley Ufere       Mining Matters

47           Chidi Onyewuchi              Skill Acquisition

48           Stanley Nwaloka              Voters Education & registration

49           Hon. Ugochukwu Nzekwe           Public Safety

50           Chief Perry Opara            Special Duties II

51           Group Capt. Pat Okibede             Pension Matters

52           Philip O.U. Okonkwo      Owerri Industrial Areas Development

53           Engr. Sam Nwaire            Power & Energy

54           Justices Remigious Okoye            Executive Chairman, Imo Internal Revenue Services (IIRS)

55           Nwodu Lawrence Chukwuemeka             Internally Generated Revenue (IGR)

56           Mrs. Nina Nwaolu            Signage and Advertisement

57           Mrs. Florence Anichebe                Special Duties III

58           Jimmy Imo (KSC)              Imo State Liason Office, Abuja

59           Right Hon. Goodluck N. Opia       Coordinator Petroleum & Gas Matters

60           Igwe Benjamin  Electoral Matters

61           Barr Lordrick C. Eneh      Urban Development

62           Very. Rev. CNN Nwanebu            Religious Affairs

63           Bobby Uchechukwu Micheal      Entertainment



1          Hajiya Fatima Hamza      Gender & Vulnerable Groups – Northern Affairs (Women)

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Ohanaeze Ndigbo faction in solidarity with IPOB’s security network to secure Igboland



Chidi Ibeh, Ohanaeze Ndigbo-led factional leader has declared that it will help the IPOB Eastern Security Network and other indigenous security agencies to stop any sort of crime in the South-East region.

Ibeh, in a statement by Secretary-General Kalu Mkpa, a media assistant to the factions, noted that the body’s leadership has moved to put all stakeholders in Igbo land on the same page, including Southeast Governors, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and youths, in order to defend the territorial integrity of the Igbo nation against invasion by herdsmen and extremists.

Recall that Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, had launched the Eastern Security Network, ESN. He had said “ESN was formed to protect the Southeast from marauding Fulani herdsmen and other criminal elements.”

In Sunday’s declaration, the Ibeh-led group stated, “whether it is called the IPOB Eastern Security Network or the proposed Southeast Governors’ or Ogbunigwe Joint Security Office, we will ensure that potential invasions from outside will be stopped without further delay.”

Ibeh said it would assist in the full realization of “Enyimba Economic City” Aba, the reconstruction of the Enugu coal mine, the resuscitation of Port Harcourt-Maiduguri railways with rail links and links with all Igbo state capitals and commercial cities, in particular the Onitsha-Owerri-Aba connection, on the economic development of Igbo territory.

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Biden’s Appointment of Nigerians, A Proof that We Are Hard Working -Onyeama



The US President-Elect, Joe Biden‘s appointment of three Nigerian citizens into his cabinet is proof that a decent number of Nigerians abroad are progressing nicely, notwithstanding whatever opposite view anybody may have, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama has said.

“Mr. Joe Biden, the in-coming US President, has three Nigerians in his new cabinet. It shows that Nigerians are flourishing – doing great any place they are. Nigerians should keep on showing their gifts any place they go,” said Onyeama.

The Minister, who said this at Okpara Square, Enugu when he flagged off the Public Service Works (PWS), one of the few projects started by President Muhammadu Buhari-drove organization to engage youths in the nation and deter them from going abroad to look for greener pastures.

Admitting that the circumstance of things has been very harsh and intense for the youths over the most recent ten years, Onyeama emphasised: “It hurts me how Nigerian youths are being trafficked to different nations where they are looking for greener pasture, where some of them don’t live to get the greener pasture; consequently this empowerment focusing at the youngsters of this nation.”

He said that President Buhari was doing a great deal to empower young people in Nigeria and to prevent them from running out of the nation looking for purported better life in foreign lands, in this manner exposing themselves to the harsh climate and brutal treatment by their host country.

“Some lose their lives in the desert while others die in the high oceans,” he stated, asking the youths to utilize such projects.

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“Most of the black doctors, scientists, who are doing well abroad are Nigerians,” Onyeama, said, recalling that when he travelled the Caribbean Island (Jamaica), he was pleasantly surprised to realize that one of the best hospitals in that country “is owned by a Nigerian, an indigene of Enugu State,” adding that “Nigeria is blessed with every good thing. All we need is good leadership.”

“The vast majority of the doctors, scientists, who are doing great abroad are Nigerians,” Onyeama, stated, recalling that when he toured the Caribbean Island (Jamaica), he was enjoyably shocked to understand that one of the best hospitals in that nation “is owned by a Nigerian, an indigene of Enugu State,” adding that “Nigeria is blessed with each beneficial thing. All we require is good leadership.”

Onyeama further stated: “I went with Mr. President to China around two years back. Furthermore, the President was considering how China had the ability to lift a very numerous individuals from neediness in three years,” clarifying that the three things that contributed to this included “having the ability to take care of yourself, having technical education and having money to finance the program.”

He said that President Buhari has set a target of lifting 100 million vulnerable Nigerians out of poverty in ten years, noting that this is a target no leader in Africa has set previously.

He advised the 17,000 beneficiaries of the PSW programme in 17 local government areas of Enugu State to “take it seriously because once you are creating a job, it has a multiplier effects.”

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NIN Mandatory for Foreign Diplomats says Federal Government.



The Federal Government of Nigeria says National Identity Number is compulsory for foreign diplomats who will reside in Nigeria for a continuous period of at least two years.

The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, made this known in a statement by his Technical Assistant, Dr Femi Adeluyi, on Sunday.

He said that an enrolment centre has been set up for the foreign diplomats at the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The statement read, “The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, has endorsed the establishment of National Identity Number (NIN) enrolment centre at the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“The desk will be set up by Tuesday, 19th of January, 2021.

“This enrolment centre will offer help for members of the Diplomatic Corps and will be overseen by the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy, through the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC)

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“The centre is being established based on the solicitation of the Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, in order to simplify the registration process for diplomats.

“The National Identity Number is a must for diplomats who will live in Nigeria for a continuous period of at least two years.

“It is also a must for all other lawful inhabitants in the nation as written in Section 16 of the National Identity Management Commission Act 2007.

“The Law has made it a must for Nigerians and legal residents to obtain a NIN since 2007. Be that as it may, compliance has been low, as of not long ago.”

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