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Barr. Georgina Ehuriah (MON) Now Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Mines and Steel in Nigeria



Yes, the Federal Ministry of Mines and Steel has a  newly appointed Permanent Secretary in the person of Barrister Georgina Ekeoma Ehuriah, MON as shared on their website today.

According to the report, Barrister Ehuriah "called for cooperation and assistance of staff of the Ministry towards realizing a re-positioned mineral sector as envisaged in the present administration’s agenda where development of the sector is key component to economic diversification".

She said this during the handing over ceremony that held at the Ministry’s headquarters in Abuja, and she "pledged to work to consolidate on the gains made by her predecessors in the Ministry; to be fair and firm in decision making, adding that she will run an open door policy based on discipline".

More of this report is HERE

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