Asiuwhu Assumes Duty As Delta Environment Commissioner, Calls For Enhanced Environmental Sustainability

The newly appointed Delta State Commissioner for Environment, Chief Godspower Asiuwhu has assumed duty with a call on management and staff of the ministry to redouble efforts in ensuring that environmental sanitation was enhanced and sustained.

The commissioner who arrived at the ministry’s headquarters, state secretariat, Asaba at about 1.30pm on Friday was received by staff of the ministry headed by the Permanent Secretary, Dr Mrs Minnie Oseji.

Chief Asiuwhu who said his cardinal goal was to work with all in giving a new face to the environment, sued for the professional imput of staff in tackling environmental challenges in all parts of the State.

He commended the Permanent secretary, directors and other management staff on their previous achievements in the Ministry and called on them to roll up their sleeves in recording new feat in the Stronger Delta Agenda of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa.

He equally advised staff to be on their duty post pointing out that indiscipline, gossip, absenteeism and indolence will not be tolerated.

The Commissioner thanked the governor for posting him to the Environment Ministry and vowed to leave lasting legacies in the few months that he will be in office.

Handing over relevant documents to the Commissioner, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Dr Minnie Oseji congratulated him on his appointment, swearing in and assumption of duty and assured him of maximum cooperation of staff in the realisation of set goals.

He said the Ministry has capable hands to drive the vision of the State Government in the environment sector.

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