- The new Imo state Commissioner for Happiness and Couple’s Fulfillment, has urged her critics to keep quiet and use their senses
- Mrs Ogechi Ololo expressed surprise at the `outbursts of young Nigerians’ on Imo state governor, Okorocha for such an appointment
- Okorocha, on Monday, December 4, appointed his sister Ogechi Ololo to the post, the first such portfolio in Nigeria
Mrs Ogechi Ololo, Imo state Commissioner for Happiness and Couple’s Fulfillment, on Tuesday, advised those critical of her appointment, to `keep quiet.’
Ololo, who is also Gov Rochas Okorocha‘s sister, was among the 28 commissioners sworn in on Monday.
Ololo, on her twitter handle @MrsOgechiOlolo which she joined in December, in response to series of criticism on her appointment expressed surprise at the `outbursts of young Nigerians’ on Okorocha for such an appointment.
“Let me educate Nigerians on this, for those lacking ignorance. United Arab Emirates has ministers of happiness and they are ahead of us.
“I am truly surprised by the outbursts of young Nigerians on his excellency; Dr Rochas Okorocha. If you don’t understand something, keep quiet, read and research. Make good use of your senses.
The commissioner said the mandate of her office includes ensuring citizens of Imo state remain happy despite the economic meltdown and Biafran fiasco.
Others include ensuring couples in Imo state have a reduced divorce rate and better fulfilled marriages and cater to welfare for the average Imo indigene.
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In a time were couple divorce is at an all time high, I will use my good office to ensure couples in Imo will be fulfilled and serve as an example to the world.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state appointed his younger sister, Ogechi Ololo, as the commissioner for happiness and couples fulfillment.
Ololo was among 27 new commissioners and 27 transition committee chairmen for the 27 local government councils in the state sworn in by the governor on Monday, December 4.
Before her new appointment, she served as the governor’s deputy chief of staff and special adviser on domestic matters.
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