Edo Cabinet Reshuffle: EYM Charge appointees to deliver on new assignments

Edo Cabinet Reshuffle: EYM Charge appointees to deliver on new assignments

The Esan Youths Movement (EYM) has charged the new appointees in Edo State Government to deliver on their new assignments to Edo people and maintain loyalty to the state governor Mr Godwin Obaseki.

EYM gave this advice in Benin City the state capital following the cabinet reshuffle and the subsequent confirmation by the State House of Assembly. Most especially, EYM congratulated Hon Emmanuel Agbale, former Commissioner for Education on his new appointment as the new Commissioner for Science and Technology and charge him to use his wealth of experience from his former ministry to better reposition his new ministry for the overall development of the state.

Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has assigned portfolios to the recently appointed commissioners, after their successful screening by the Edo State House of Assembly.

Obaseki at the weekly State Executive Council meeting on Wednesday in Benin City, also effected minor reshuffle of his cabinet to turbo-charge the Exco to deliver on key tasks.

The names and portfolios of the new commissioners are: Marie Edeko, Ministry of Social Development; Damian Lawani, Ministry of Youth; Joe Ikpea, Ministry of Minerals, Oil and Gas; and Momoh Oise Omorogbe, Ministry of Budget and Economic Planning.

Others are: Felix Akhabue, Ministry of Cooperatives and Wealth Creation; and Moses Agbakor, Ministry of Energy.

In the minor cabinet reshuffle, the former commissioner for Agricultural and Natural Resources, Hon. Monday Osaigbovo, was moved to the Ministry of Local Government and Community Affairs, while the former Commissioner for Education, Hon. Emmanuel Agbale now heads the Ministry of Science and Technology.

Erstwhile Commissioner for Local Government and Community Affairs, Hon. Jimoh Ijegbai, now heads the Ministry of Education.

The five Special Advisers who were appointed alongside the commissioners in the first week of July, were also assigned portfolios.

Andrew Momodu is the Special Adviser, Public Order and Security, while Hon. Osaigbovo Iyoha, former member of the Edo State House of Assembly, is now the Special Adviser to the Governor on Political Matters, in Edo South.

Hon. Magdalene Ohenhen, former Commissioner for Women Affairs is now Special Adviser Political Matters, Edo Central; the former Speaker, Edo State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Kabiru Adjoto is the Special Adviser, Parliamentary Issues; while Ojo Asien, is now Special Adviser, Political Matters, Edo North.

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