Aniagwu extols Chiedu Ebie at 50

Aniagwu extols Chiedu Ebie at 50
January 02 19:53 2021 Print This Article

The Delta State Commissioner for Information, Mr Charles Aniagwu, has congratulated the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) Mr Chiedu Ebie, as he clocks 50 years, Jan. 2. 

Aniagwu, in a statement in Asaba, described Ebie as an outstanding professional whose accomplishments in private and public service were laudable and worthy of emulation. 

He said the State Scribe, has contributed immensely to the realisation of the Smart and Stronger Delta agenda of the Okowa led administration in the state. 

He commended the former Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education for his laudable contributions towards the growth of grassroot sports in the state. 

“On behalf of my family, the Management and Staff of the Delta State Ministry of Information, I congratulate a great son of Ika and an exemplary Deltan, Mr. Chiedu Ebie Esq, as he clocks the golden age today, Jan. 2, 2021. 

“As a member of the State Executive Council, I can testify of your sound professionalism and work ethics in handling matters of state. 

“Your mastery of governance and coordination of the various ministries, departments, parastatals and agencies of governance is worthy of commendation. 

“As Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education from 2015-2019, you were exceptionally committed to the course of leading the ministry to achieve set goals which includes but not limited to the massive renovation and rehabilitation of schools and the revamping of grassroot sports through the Zenith Bank Delta Principal’s and Headmaster’s Cup,” Aniagwu said. 

As the SSG turns 50 today, Aniagwu joined family, friends and associates in celebrating Ebie, the technocrat-turned political tactician and quintessential gentleman, and prayed that the Almighty God would strengthen him and grant him good health in his continued service to the state and mankind.

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