Anam, Ntui Assume Leadership Roles at Cross River’s DGs College

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In a confidential meeting convened in Calabar today, Apostle(Hon) James Anam has been elected as the new Dean/Chairman and Prince Ntui Ogar as the Secretary of the College of Director’s General in Cross River State.

This decision is anticipated to make a substantial impact on the administrative landscape of the state ably led by Governor Senator Bassey Otu, and further solidify their commitment to effective governance and progress.

The closed-door session, attended by all government Director Generals, engaged in thorough deliberation on the qualifications and merits of various potential candidates. Among them, Apostle (Hon) James Anam, currently serving as the Director General of the State Emergency Management Agency, stood out for his exceptional leadership acumen and unwavering dedication to public service. His extensive experience in public administration and commitment to advancing education were cited as compelling factors in his unanimous selection for the prestigious position of Dean.

Prince Ntui Ogar, holding the esteemed position of Director General of Hydrocarbon and Gas Resources, brings to the role a wealth of experience as a seasoned administrator and a recognized figure in the oil industry.

With a track record of organizational excellence, his leadership prowess is evident in his ability to navigate complex challenges and achieve outstanding results.

As the newly elected Secretary of the College of Director’s General, his proficiency in strategic planning and administrative efficiency positions him as a valuable asset, poised to contribute significantly to the institution’s objectives and success.

The establishment of the College of Director’s General represents a significant milestone in Cross River State’s journey towards improved governance and innovation.

It reflects a forward-thinking approach aimed at nurturing talent and fostering a culture of collaboration and excellence among government officials.

This development emphasizes the state government’s dedication to fair opportunities, openness, and embracing diverse voices in leadership roles. With their forward-thinking leadership and strong commitment to serving others, Apostle (Hon) James Anam and Prince Ntui Ogar are ready to guide the College of Director’s General towards greater achievements. Their leadership promises to propel Cross River State’s development agenda to new heights, ensuring progress and prosperity for all.