Mr Clement Oha
Mr Clement Oha, former Director, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), in the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Headquarters has resumed duties as the Administrative Secretary of the Commission in Ebonyi.
Mr George Edeani, INEC’s Head of Department (HOD), Voter Education and Publicity (VEP), made this known in a press release issued in Abakaliki on Thursday, adding Oha was posted to Ebonyi on July 24.
Edeani said that the new Admin Secretary until his posting to the state has served as Administrative Secretary in Bayelsa and Lagos states respectively.
He said that Oha, a lawyer by training took over from Mr Andy Edeani who until his transfer to Abuja INEC Headquarters was the acting Administrative Secretary of the Commission.
The SummitNews Correspondent in Abakaliki recalls that Ezeani took over from Chief Charles Ezema who was the last substantive Admin Secretary of INEC in Ebonyi who transfered out of the state run-up to 2019 general election.
The release read in part: “The state office of INEC is glad to welcome its new Administrative Secretary, Mr Clement Oha who was recently posted to Ebonyi.
“He has been meeting with the different segments of INEC staff including the heads of various departments, Electoral Officers (EOs) from different 13 local government areas of the state among others.
“He has pledged to make staff welfare top priority assuring to regularly interface with staff to move the commission forward.
“Oha is a man with vast experience in electioneering activities having held different positions in the Commission; and we are confident that he will bring his wealth of experience to bear in the state.”