Obiano earns plaudits for appointing a visually impaired person as Permanent Secretary

Obiano earns plaudits for appointing a visually impaired person as Permanent Secretary

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Willie Obiano, Anambra state governor

The Joint National Association of Persons with Disabilities (JONAPWD) in Anambra State has hailed the appointment of one of its member as a permanent secretary by Governor Willie Obiano.

Azuka Ofomata, who is visually impaired, was sworn in yesterday as permanent secretary in the Ministry of Social, Children and Women Affairs.

Ofomata, a former Director in the Rehabilitation Department, was among the nine sworn in yesterday in Awka, the state capital.

Others were Linus Nwankwo; Chukwudi Ike; Nneka Ezeanya; Patricia Ezeaku; Emeka Ohuoha; Stephanie Keri-Uzor; Caroline Njaka and Pauline Nwandu.

In a statement yesterday in Awka by the Chairman and Secretary, Lawrence Nwanolue and Ugochukwu Okeke, the group described the Ofomata as a person with proven records of dedication and diligence.

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