Incoming Acting Director, National Orientation Agency (NOA) Anambra State, Sir Joseph Uchendu has pledged to build on the legacies left behind by his immediate predecessor, Barr. Charles Nworji.
Uchendu stated this during the send-off of Nworji after a meritorious service years as well as celebrated his birthday anniversary,
He promised to make tremendous impact in the tasks before them as well as work with Governor Chukwuma Soludo to build prosperous and secure homeland.
He highlighted several principles Nworji was known for, including robust implementation of programmes, timely submission of reports to state government and national headquarters, improvement of staff welfare, continuous intellectual empowerment of staff among others.
He assured him that his labour will not be in vain.
Earlier, outgoing State Director, Barr. Nworji recalled efforts of the agency in making a mark in shaping positively the attitude of people of the State towards government programmes and policies.
He appreciated the staff, especially the field staff who he described as foot soldiers of the agency for putting in their best in ensuring that the citizens’ behavior remains above board.
He called for more assistance from government at all levels to ensure the positive attitudinal change is maintained.
State Commander of War Against Indiscipline, WAI, Brigade, Francis Nwoye, recalled the efforts of the outgoing State Director in bringing WAI to its present level, promising continued efforts to make him proud in the discharge of their duties.
A goodwill message from the Welfare Association of the agency, read by ThankGod Obidiegwu, described Nworji as a motivator and a role model to the staff, urging member staff to remain resolute in discharge of their duties as well as give full support to the incoming Acting State Director.
A former Deputy Director Planning, Research and Strategy, Dr Dennis Ekemezie, who spoke on behalf of retired Staff of NOA said it was a thing of joy to bow out of civil service in good health.