The Imo State House of Assembly has moved a motion urging the Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, to urgently dissolve the boards of all parastatals, Local Government Development Center Coordinators and extra ministerial departments and commissions and appoint new ones for increased productivity and optimal performance.

This was contained in a motion moved by the Deputy Speaker and member representing Nwangele state Constituency, Hon. Amara Chyna Iwuanyanwu and was unanimously adopted by the whole house at plenary, Wednesday morning.

In a motion titled a “Motion Of Urgent Public Importance And Motion To Immediately Dissolve All Boards Of Parastals And Agencies Of Imo State Government, Extra Ministerial Departments And Commissions In The State Including Development Centre Coordinators”.

The house noted that the Governor of Imo State, Distinguished Sen. Hope Uzodimma is desirous to leave lasting legacies in his second and last tenure in office as Governor of Imo State;

In the motion, the house further noted that the Governor has hit the ground running by dissolving the former expanded Exco, former SOLADS and Strategic Appointees.

The house also stated that they were aware that public service delivery needs to be improved and enhanced by increasing productivity in areas like wealth creation, access to basic healthcare, agriculture, education, reduction in poverty rate, high rate of child and maternal mortality and improved civil/public service culture among others, while feeling concerned that this is a new tenure and that there is need to re-jig the entire system for this enhanced productivity;

They posited that if round pegs are not put in round holes, the Governor’s blue print and development agenda for his second tenure may not be achieved. Hence, the resolution of the entire house that the Governor dissolves the aforementioned offices for increased productivity. 

The house further resolved that the Governor should take into consideration excellence, merit and commitment while making new appointments in order to take Imo State to greater heights.