12th February 2024
In an unwavering commitment to the ideals of inclusivity and accessibility, Governor Umo Eno has taken a significant step towards fulfilling his campaign promise by appointing Ms. Nnene Bassey as the Special Assistant to the Governor on Persons with Disabilities.
Governor Umo Eno’s pledge to bring governance closer to every facet of society is underscored by the strategic appointment of Ms. Bassey, signaling a crucial move towards bridging the gap and ensuring the active participation of persons with disabilities in the policy-making process.
With immediate effect, Ms. Nnene Bassey assumes her role, prepared to navigate the intricate landscape of advocating for the rights and welfare of persons with disabilities. Armed with a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by this community, her appointment is poised to usher in a new era of inclusivity within the state.
Ms. Bassey, a seasoned advocate for disability rights, brings a wealth of experience to her new position. Her extensive background in championing the cause of persons with disabilities positions her as a dynamic force for positive change. Her vision goes beyond mere representation, aiming to empower individuals and ensure that policies are not just inclusive on paper but actively transformative in the lives of those they seek to serve.
The announcement carries the official seal and endorsement of Chief Press Secretary to Governor Umo Eno, Ekerete Udoh. This signature signifies the government’s official recognition of the appointment’s significance and the steadfast commitment to fostering an inclusive and accessible society.
This groundbreaking move showcases Governor Umo Eno’s dedication to making a real impact on the lives of all citizens, emphasizing the importance of embracing diversity and ensuring that every voice is heard and valued in the governance of the state.