Anambra Information Commissioner Adinuba Presents Handover Documents To Transition Committee Sub – Task Team In Awka

The Anambra State Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Mr C-Don Adinuba has formally presented handover documents to members of sub-task team of the transition committee recently set up by Governor-elect, Professor Chukwuma Soludo.

The sub-task team comprising members from team six and seven, is also handling officials from the Ministries of Justice, Culture and Diaspora Affairs.

Correspondent Dan Ezeigwe  reports that members of the team include the Anambra State Secretary of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Barrister Tony Ifeanya, Mr Odera Ozoka and Barrister Chinyere Ossy-Okoye.

The handover documents are a compilation of  signed papers from Heads of Ministries, Departments and Agencies under the Ministry of Information and Public Enlightenment.

The documents detailed  information of activities of the designated MDAs, ranging from day-to-day activities, and priority areas as well as outlines of the key points of the roles, a clear outline of what is expected of successors, essential files including contracts, financial documents, or work programs, among others.

Anambra State Ministry of Information and Public Enlightenment supervises the Anambra Broadcasting Service, ABS, Anambra Newspapers Printing Corporation, producers of National Light Newspapers, Anambra State Library Services, Anambra State Signage and Advertisement Agency and Government House Press, among others.

In his presentation before the committee, Mr Adinuba said that as the chief image manager and conflict management unit of the state, the ministry alongside its subordinate units has carefully spearheaded strategic information management to protect and publicize the national and global image of Anambra State.

Mr Adinuba who commended members of the team for being professional in their jobs, said that he believes that Professor Soludo’s transitional model represents his desire to work and consolidate the development of the State.

In an interview, Barrister Ifeanya, a member of the sub-task team, said that the process has been friendly and transparent, emphasizing that notes have already been taken from the presentations on areas of critical issues and what the incoming administration must take cognizance of.

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ABS, Dr Uche Nworah, his National Light counterpart, Sir Chuka Nnabuife, and Heads of other MDAs under the ministry, were present at the event.

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