Transition Committee Set Up By Anambra Governor – elect Soludo Visits ABS

The Transition Committee set up by the in-coming Governor of Anambra State, Professor Chukwuma Soludo, has visited the corporate headquarters of the Anambra Broadcasting Service, ABS, in Awka.

Correspondent Valentine Mbadugha reports that as part of their efforts to ensure a smooth transition on the seventeenth of next Month and to encourage the incoming administration commence effectively, a delegation of the transition committee headed by the chairman sub-committee on handover, Chief Odera Ozoka has visited and toured the ABS facility in order to make recommendations with regards to sustainability and continuous improvement.

Speaking shortly after touring the facility, the team leader, Chief  Ozoka commended the level of transformation the Obiano administration brought to ABS, including moving from analog to digital made possible by the digital studio built by the government of the day.

He said the tour will help the committee make a comprehensive report on the way forward having witnessed the achievements and the challenges.

Chief Ozoka commended the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Anambra Broadcasting Service, Dr Uche Nworah for the good leadership qualities which according to him enthroned the transformation.

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the ABS, Dr  Nworah, expressed optimism that the incoming administration will sustain the momentum and take ABS to a more  heights.

Dr Nworah  commended the transition committee for the good job they are doing for the state adding that Anambra will continue to thrive following the transition that is going to be very foundational, transformational, purpose driven and seamless.

Staff members of the ABS at each department, explained their responsibility and that of the office to the transition committee delegates while the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Dr Nworah further narrated the achievements recorded under the current administration in the state and the challenges currently facing the organization.