Nwaokobia Jnr Hails Enugu Gov Mbah Over Performance

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Convener of Country First Movement, policy analyst, and leadership trainer, Prof. Chris Mustapha Nwaokobia Jnr., has hailed the performance of Enugu State governor, Mr Peter Mbah, in the last one year.

Nwaokobia Jnr, in a press statement at the weekend to mark Governor Mbah’s one year in office, said the Enugu State governor arguably comes across as the governor with the best scorecard in the last 365 days.

“Ndi Enugu can attest to this truism. The Enugu space today tells lucid testimonies of the place of commitment, dedication, capacity and competency in transformational leadership. And such is the remarkable Story of Peter Mbah.

“I had a near 30 minutes private dialogue with His Excellency Peter Ndubuisi Mbah three days after he was sworn in as the Executive Governor of Enugu State in 2023. Interestingly, I have elected to pen this Tribute in Profound Leadership in his honour exactly one year after that incisive dialogue.

“The caption of this Press Statement cum Tribute in exemplary leadership came as he responded to my advice that he must endeavour to leave his footprints on the sand of time now that his vision and ambition to govern Enugu State has become a reality. To my advice, Peter Mbah retorted, Prof, it is not just about footprints on the sand of time, I shall do things differently, he assured me.

“One year after, even the staunchest critic of Peter Mbah agrees indeed that things are being done differently. To Governor Peter Mbah democracy is nothing without the people. Conscious of this time tested praxis, he set out to work with utmost alacrity, knowing that without profound service to the people, democracy loses its defining ethos.

“Barely one hour after he was sworn in as Governor on the 29th of May, 2023, he signed three Executive Orders.

“The Orders were in regard to the Citizens’ Charter, which essentially outlined his commitment to the provision of jobs, as well as quality amenities and services that substantially improve citizens’ living condition; transparent and inclusive governance; and the convening of consultative town hall meetings to present government’s plans and receive citizens’ feedback.

“That action was beyond symbolisms and was in no way driven by the quest for validation. It boldly reaffirmed his conviction to make the people the summum-bonum of his government’s policies. From the outset, there was absolute clarity about his vision for Enugu State,” Prof. Nwaokobia Jnr stated.

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