THE Anambra State Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs, Indigenous Artworks, Culture and Tourism, Christian Madubuko, says sharing of talents and ideas are the basis for growth in the Ministry.
Receiving the newly appointed Special Adviser to the Governor on Diaspora Affairs, Indigenous Artworks, Culture and Tourism, Tony Monagor, who was accompanied by his wife in Awka, the commissioner noted that sharing of ideas and talents are key to the growth of any organisation and we must meet from time to time to share ideas.
He said that the ministry had a lot of intellects and directors that were hard working, cooperating and with great ideas for growth of their departments.
Monagor, aka `Tony One Week’, thanked the commissioner, others for the warm reception, praying God to give them strength, long life and prosperity to carry out their duties judiciously and efficiently.
“This is the first time I am meeting most of you and I believe we will work together in the interest of Ndi Anambra.
“This ministry is about creativity and with our collective support to the commissioner, we will move it forward,’’ he said.
The acting permanent secretary, Emma Umeokana, welcomed the SA to the ministry, promising the co-operation of the staff members for continued growth and development of the ministry.
– July 01, 2020 @ 16:35 GMT