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Commissioner Collins Nwabunwanne Kicks Off On This Note

by Austin Areh
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With political aspirations becoming the most current trend by business men, the democratic scene in Nigeria is about to dot new lines when election history is discussed from generation to generation. The outstanding attributes that these individuals bring to the game in a large way, makes the whole process unpredictable, and this is because during elections, the candidate that is able to make the last minute move in an effective way always tends to win after votes have been casted.

With the new cabinet in Anambra state , it has been reported Anambra State that ,Collins Nwabunwanne, The  Commissioner For Local Government, Chieftaincy and Community Affairs has kicked off his role, with a directive  to the Staff to enshrine diligent work Ethics.

This is said to have been clarified on when Commissioner Nwabunwanne just finished visiting and inspecting some departments in the ministry at the Government House, Awka.

Further more , it has been said that the Commissioner who was conveyed around the departments by the Permanent Secretary, Barr Mrs Pauline Nwandu, and some Unit Heads, charged the staff to abide by Principles of Public life such as selflessness, integrity, objectivity, Accountability, Honesty and openness.

He also added that he will operate an open-door policy to enable staff to communicate policies and procedures upfront, the commissioner also  advised staff to cooperate and adhere to the laid down ethical standards as well as imbibe good behaviours and discipline in line with achieving their set out goals and aspirations.

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