Ohanaeze Commends Governor Uba Sani for Including Igbos in Cabinet

 Photo:  Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna State

From A.M, Kaduna

Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna State has made two significant appointments in his cabinet, appointing individuals of Igbo descent as Special Adviser and Senior Special Assistant.

Mr. Fabian Okoye has been appointed as Special Adviser for Research Documentation and Strategy, while Mrs. Maureen Okogwu-Ikokwu has been appointed as Senior Special Assistant.
These appointments demonstrate a commitment to inclusiveness and unity, disregarding tribal affiliations.

Mazi Chris Emeka Oha, the Vice President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo (OHANAEZE) Kaduna State Chapter, commended Governor Uba Sani for his generosity and strategic approach in promoting unity and development.

The group acknowledged the governor’s promise to involve all members of society from the beginning and praised his commitment to inclusiveness.

Furthermore, Ohanaeze expressed optimism that Governor Uba Sani would continue to appoint individuals from diverse backgrounds who consider Kaduna their primary home, regardless of their state of origin.

The Vice President of the group also expressed their willingness to collaborate with the state government in advancing peace, unity, social justice, and overall development in the state.



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