It’s better to have younger govt appointees –Okeahilam, 36-year-old Imo commissioner

It’s better to have younger govt appointees –Okeahilam, 36-year-old Imo commissioner

Chidiebube Okeoma Thirty -six - year -old Ekezie Johnbosco Okeahilam is the Imo State Commissioner for Commerce , Industry and Entrepreneurship . Okeahilam , the youngest commissioner in the state and a first -class graduate, tells CHIDIEBUBE OKEOMA about his transition from the private sector to the public sector Many people have been talking about your age , saying that young people are often not mature enough for top political offices; what is your view on that ? Frankly, I am 36 years old and that is a quite a lot of years . But come to think of it, I will be more impressed if I see a 25 -year -old becoming a commissioner . So I do not see how being a 36 - year -old commissioner in 2019 is a big deal . It is about capacity and the ability to deliver. You graduated with a first -class degree in economics, was Chief Operating Officer for Continental Sports and Head of Business Development, Wakanow , why do you want to occupy a political office at a young age when you can still achieve more feats in the private sector ? Well, I think the minimum age requirement for President of Nigeria is 35 years , so at 36 years old with a master ’ s degree and having graduated with a first

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Owerri: MC Duke Surprises Traffic Warder with Complete Uniform

Owerri: MC Duke Surprises Traffic Warder with Complete Uniform

Imo state fine master of ceremony, comedian and social media 'enhancer', McDuke was on the 9th of August 2019 surprised a traffic warder around wetheral-ikenegbu axis with a complete NSCDC uniform to motivate him for his flawless service to humanity. The Mc noted that whenever the man is in control of traffic, there's always free flow in the area. This same spirit that led the spontaneous comedian has directed him many times to reach out to many people who are going through one life challenges or the other. How he does this I don't know but one thing I know is, it must be God working through him. I've watched him solicit funds for disabled persons to help fix them into something, even the poor are not left out, and over the years, he has been a voice to the voiceless. He derives joy helping people which he said makes him feel like a millionaire. JudeBonnisonMedia

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BBNaija Winner, Miracle Certified As ‘Instrument Rated’ Pilot

Winner of the 2018 Big Brother Naija ‘Double Wahala’ show, Miracle Ikechukwu has added another feather to his cap by being certified as an Instrument Rated pilot. Taking to his Twitter page @miracleikechukwu to share the news, Miracle said he was able to achieve the feat despite all the turbulence faced in the journey to attaining the certificate. “A lot of turbulence while en-route but finally landed. Instrument Rated! It’s only Your Grace Lord. Thank You and to everyone who has supported me thus far, I Appreciate. GOD Bless,” he said. The TV reality star was in aviation school prior to the BBNaija show and however returned to complete his training immediately after clinching the grand prize. After emerging the winner of the Season 3 edition of the show, he raked in a total prize comprising a 25 million cash, a Sub-Urban Vehicle (SUV) worth N12 million and a trip for two valued N4.7 million, Television and other electronic items worth N3.3 million. He had earlier in 2018 announced acquisition of both Private Pilot License (PPL) and Flight Dispatcher License (FDL). Source: Channels tv

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