5 NEW PERM SECS TAKE OATH AND 3 REDEPLOYED
The five newly appointed permanent Secretaries in the state Civil Service have been sworn in.
Their oath of office was administered by the state Commissioner of Justice and Attorney General, Alhaji Muhammad Sani Garin Gabas (SAN) at the Council chambers superintended by Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar after which he admonished them on the need to be fair and objective in all their undertakings.
Meanwhile, the Governor has also approved the posting and redeployment of eight permanent secretaries in the state.
A statement signed by the State Head of the Civil Service, Alhaji Muhammad Inuwa Tahir, mni explained that three permanent secretaries were redeployed while five others got new postings.
The new postings were those of, Ali Garba Dandidi, to the Ministry of Health; Sabo Abdu Babura, Directorate of Establishment and Service Matters (office of the Head of the Civil Service), Murtala Muhammad Kwalam, Ministry of Lands and Regional Planning, Sarki Baba Jahun, Directorate of Special Services and Council Affairs (office of the Secretary to the State Government) and Lawan Musa Nadada, Directorate of Economic Empowerment.
Those redeployed are, Musa Mohammed Diginsa, from Directorate of Establishment and Service Matters, (office of the Head of Service) to Ministry of Women Affairs), Garba Muhammad Auyo, from Directorate of Special Services and Council Affairs to Directorate of Research Evaluation and Political Affairs (office of the Secretary to the State Government)and Dr. Muhammad Abdullahi Kainuwa, from Ministry of Health to Ministry of Environment.