Governor Otti Forces Former Head of Service Joy Maduka into Compulsory Retirement Amidst Multi-Million Naira Corruption Scandal (Document) | #NwokeukwuMascot


…Former Head of Service, Mrs. Joy Maduka, Compulsorily Retired Amidst Corruption Allegations | #NwokeukwuMascot 

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In a significant development within the civil service sector, Mrs. Joy Maduka, the former Head of Service, has been given compulsory retirement by Governor Dr. Alex Otti. This decision follows serious allegations of financial misconduct during her tenure.

The letter, signed by Dr. N. Q. Obioma, the Abia State Head of Service, directed Mrs. Maduka to proceed with immediate compulsory retirement.

In the statement titled “Directive to Proceed on Compulsory Retirement,” Governor Otti ordered her to hand over all government property in her possession to the most senior director in the ministry.

Sequel to the directive of His Excellency, the Executive Governor of ADis State, Dr. Alex Chioma Otti, you are to proceed on compulsory retirement with immediate effect.

“You are to hand over all the government properties in your custody to the most senior director in the ministry. Thank you”. It stated.

However, Mrs. Maduka, once a powerful figure in the state's civil service, had been elevated to the position of Head of Service by the Governor of Abia State, Dr. Alex Chioma Otti, where she wielded considerable influence. Her rise was marked by controversy, with numerous accusations of corruption and mismanagement.

One of the primary allegations against her involves the diversion of ₦20 million intended for workers. This fund was reportedly allocated by former Governor Okezie Ikpeazu and left in the office account by Onyii Wamah.  Mrs. Maduka also is accused of looting ₦13 million from the Ministry of Environment's account shortly after her promotion to Permanent Secretary.

Additionally, Her tenure was also marked by contentious decisions, including spearheading the dismissal of numerous state employees shortly after she assumed the role of acting Head of Service. These actions drew significant criticism and raised concerns about her leadership approach and integrity.

 Document notifying the compulsory retirement 

The compulsory retirement of Mrs. Maduka exemplifies the current administration's recent efforts to combat internal corruption and promote accountability within the state's civil service. Governor Otti's decision underscores a broader initiative to restore public trust and integrity.

As this story develops, further investigations are expected to shed more light on the extent of the alleged financial irregularities and the impact of Mrs. Maduka's tenure on the state's civil service.


  1. This is so bad of an officer of such level. I hope thorough investigation is done. Whatever it is couldn't have been done by her alone. There may be others in the deal

  2. I believed a crook will surely expose her evil way of life.

  3. May God Punish u for giving fake news concerning an Innocent Lady. Whoever that gave this news to U will never see good in his or her Family. Karma will visit u all. Selah

  4. We will see you in court


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