Jigawa Governor warns 33 new aides against laxity and impunity

Jigawa Governor warns 33 new aides against laxity and impunity


Jigawa State Governor Umaru Namadi has warned 33 newly appointed special advisers and assistants to avoid laxity and impunity in discharging their responsibilities.

The governor gave the warning during the swearing-in ceremony held at the Government House Banquet Hall in Dutse.

“Your appointment was based on extensive consultation and we have no expectations from you other than to help this government move Jigawa State forward.

“There have been many unfortunate reports that billions of naira are being spent every year in Jigawa State to provide public services.

“In government, we will address challenges such as high child and maternal mortality rates, high out-of-school child mortality rates, and poverty rates, while improving agricultural productivity, learning outcomes, access to quality basic health care, and wealth creation. , growth and development.

“We have a 12-point agenda designed as a framework to make ‘Jigawa Great’ a reality. To achieve this, we must work hard, demonstrate the spirit of patriotism, selfless dedication, “We must embrace this, be fair and just, and avoid laxity and impunity in discharging our public responsibilities,” the governor said.

But he promised his new appointees that he would do everything possible to give them an enabling environment.

Source: dailypost.ng

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