Works’ Commissioner clinches Service Ambassador Award


Marcel Ifejiofor, Anambra Commissioner for Works, has clinched Certificate of Integrity Stewardship, a Service Ambassador’s Award.

The award was presented to him by Centre for Peace and Self Value Reorientation, Abuja in his office at Awka.

Presenting the award, Abubakar Abraham, executive director of the Centre, described the commissioner as a quintessential leader.

Abubakar said they came up with the award after an independent assessment was conducted, based on these critical sectors – ethical leadership and service compliance, policy performance and rule of law.

Other criteria include, peace building, youth/women empowerment and most especially, commitment to Anambra State Transformation Agency through road infrastructure.

While accepting the award, the commissioner commended the centre for coming out with an independent assessment, stressing that he was overwhelmed at being nominated for the award.

He noted that it could not have been possible for him to have achieved much in the ministry without the cooperation of the management and staff of the ministry.

Ifejiofor added that the ministry had been in the forefront of dishing out the dividends of democracy through the construction of quality roads and bridges.

He thanked Governor Willie Obiano for his support toward these achievements of the ministry.

Emeka Ohuoha, permanent secretary, Ministry,  commended the centre for finding the commissioner worthy of the Award.

“He is a core professional, diligent, friendly and very energetic in his line of duty.’’

Ohuoha enjoined the people to pray for the commissioner to achieve more.

– Sept. 14, 2018 @ 11:49 GMT |

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