David Umahi of Ebonyi State has sworn in six permanent secretaries and seven anti-corruption committee members in the state.
Umahi assured them that they would not be removed by the incoming administration of Francis Nwifuru, adding that he would not interfere with Nwifuru’s administration.
Addressing the appointees on Tuesday in Abakaliki, Umahi enjoined them to be upright in the discharge of their responsibilities.
“Let me congratulate members of the anti-corruption commission, let me hope that they understand what they have signed for; to be impeccable, to be upright.
"So, first, they have to declare their assets, they are going to be of great help to the next administration.
“To the permanent secretaries, congratulations.
"Go back to your respective places of work, your tenure is not ending with me but the only person that I am posting now is the permanent secretary, Lagos Liaison.
"The rest will be done after I have consulted the governor-elect.
“Character is very important, every time I have issues with government officials, I would ask the person, if it were your own, would you do it that way?
“When you are principled, when you are forthright, people will still come and say thank you to you.
“I want to congratulate you and ask you to go back to your studies, we have raised the standard for Ebonyi.
“For you to compete favourably with anyone anywhere in the Country, I charge you, be upright, do the job and every other thing would be added unto you,” he stated.
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