National Assembly Service Commission NASC Chairman, Engineer Ahmed Kadi Amshi FNSE said the long expectations of the appointment of a new South East National Assembly Commissioner has become of thing of the past,hence reducing the burden of leadership of the area on Senator Julius Ucha, a co-commissioner representing the area.
Kadi bare his mind during the swearing in ceremony in Abuja of the newly appointed National Assembly Service commissioner representing the South East,Rt Honourable Nwoha Amaechi who hailed from Imo state.
The chairman maintained that the wider gap occasioned by the vacant position was filled by efforts of the commision and the only representative from the area,Senator Julius Ucha.
He said the efforts even though slow,ended with positive result with the recent appointment of the second Commissioner,Rt Honourable Nwoha Amaechi.
Amchi assured the new commissioner of cooperation to enable him succeed in his new assignment both to the state and the nation.
He commmeded Senator Julius Ucha for taking up the challenge alone for over one year,saying it showed his ability and capability to deliver on the mandate that justified his appointment.
In their separate remarks,Senator Julius Ucha who is representing the South East and Awalu Aliu Ohindase of the North Central spoke on the high and great expectations from the new commissioner owing to his wealth of experience, while they expressed joy that he has finally joined them at the National Assembly Service Commission NASC.
Ucha continued ” Iam the happies person today,I had the pain of been an orphan for almost two years here,it was a terrible experience been alone here and doing the job of two commissioners’.
He assured him of maximum cooperation and guidance to enable him succeed in the new assignment.
Responding,Rt Honourable Nwoha Amaechi,the new commissioner appreciated the solidarity of his colleagues displayed from his nomination to assumption of duty,promising to put in his best.
In his words,”Iam happy joining a group that is friendly, progressive and cooperative.”
“Iam here to learn,and to also contribute my own quota to the developement of the legislative service in particular and the nation at large.”
Nwoha,lawyer was a member imo state House of Assembly from 2003-2011,he rose to the position of Speaker of the House of Assembly in 2011.
Born in September,1965,Nwoha who hailed from Nwangele local government area of Imo state is a legal practitioner of many years experience.
He was also Special Adviser, Legislative Matters to Imo State Governor 2011-2013, and later rose to Chairman, State Independent Electoral Commission,(ISIEC),2013-2018 before his new appointment as commissioner, National Assembly Service Commission NASC.