Gov Hope Uzodimma Launches Ministry of Homeland Security and Vigilante Affairs in Imo State

The Supreme court governor of Imo State, Sen. Hope Uzodimma in his efforts to curb the security challenges that has face the good people of Imo state in recent times, has announced announced a cabinet reconstitution which is highlighted by the creation of a new ministry of Homeland Security and Vigilante Affairs.



The governor made the announcement today, 21st December 2021, stating that the new security commission will headed by Dr Ugorji Ugorji, who was in January 2021, appointed by Governor Uzodimma as the first-ever Special Adviser on Homeland Security and Intelligence for the state.


The governor also swore in 18 commissioners who are mostly technocrats, drawn from various professional backgrounds, to reconstitute a cabinet the governor had whittled down some months ago.



Speaking at the swearing in ceremony, Dr Ugorji Ugorji in his acceptance speech as the pioneer commissioner of the ministry of Homeland Security and Vigilante Affairs, said:


“First, I have no words that are adequate to express my gratitude to Governor Uzodimma. No matter how skilled or talented one is, it would amount to very little if one does not get opportunities to use or demonstrate them.


“The governor has given me a chance not just to serve in his Shared Prosperity Government, but also to make a difference in the lives of the citizenry of Imo State. I shall not fail him or my beloved people of Imo State.”


“Governor Hope Uzodimma’s choice to stand with our people in facing down the sponsored and orchestrated challenges of insecurity in the state and his great strides in that arena speak loudly for his character.


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