By Oghenero Orovwuje
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has been commended for appointing Mr. Theophilus Chuks Aguonye as Permanent Secretary in the Delta State Civil Service.
Members of Amai G5 gave the commendation in a resolution during their monthly meeting at Amai, in Ukwuani local government area.
The group, in a press statement signed by its Vice President, Ogbuefi Oliver Achugbue, and immediate past President, Chief Ben-Oscar Nwachukwu, noted that the appointment of one of its members as a Permanent Secretary was a great honour and deserving of the person of Aguonye.
Members of the association also commended Governor Okowa for awarding the construction of Amai/Aragba-Orogun road, which they said would facilitate easy access to neighbouring communities by indigenes and other residents of Amai kingdom, thereby opening up the area to meaningful development.
The group called on Governor Okowa to consider the appointment of qualified Amai sons and daughters to the higher bench of the judiciary and also for political appointments in the state.
They appealed to the state government to post more teachers to Amai Mixed Secondary Commercial School and the Primary School, equip the Schools and construct the township roads in the community.
Amai G5 congratulated the Governor-elect, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori and the Deputy Governor-elect, Sir Monday Onyeme for their victory in the March 18 gubernatorial election.
The body pledged support for and loyalty to the Okowa administration and the incoming Oborevwori administration.
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