LeakBlast interview with some of the Political Appointees of Hon. Peter Nnaji, the Transition commitee chairman of Enugu South Local Government Area of Enugu State.
During Leakblast project evaluation tour, Mr Odo Moses, the head of personnel management of Enugu south local government area told Leakblast.com that his primary duty is to look after the staff working under the chairman and to report back to the chairman on the welfare of the staff.
Leakblast asked if the staff are happy with how Hon Peter Nnaji lead them, he told Leakblast reporters that it is left for them to say, Hence he is not in their mind to know what they will say. According to Mr Odo Moses, Hon. Peter Nnaji is a devoted man to his work, he was able to build a lot of road projects in Enugu south local government area.
The special adviser to Hon Peter Nnaji, known as Hon. Agbo Peter Ogoejiofor in an interview told Leakblast.com that his duty is to advice the chairman properly on personal matters concerning the Local Government which he is actually doing.
He gladly told Leakblast reporters that working with Hon. Peter Nnaji as his adviser is really great thing because Hon. Peter Nnaji is versatile in many areas of life and these makes it easy for him to advice him in some areas which he takes seriously and this makes their work easier and better achieved. He further said that Hon. Peter Nnaji is a goal driven and a focused man in whatever he does.
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