Jigawa State Governor, Malam Umar Namadi has sworn in 16 Commissioners to constitute his executive council members and charged them to work on principles of public trust, probity, accountability, and fear of Allah.
The new Commissioners were sworn in after being nominated by the Namadi and also screened by the State House of Assembly.
Speaking shortly after administrating the oath of office and designating ministries to the commissioners, Governor Namadi said all the commissioners were carefully selected based on their track record of integrity dedication, professionalism, and selfless service to humanity.
“As a new governor I need competent and capable hands who can help me in fulfilling campaign promises and taking Jigawa to great heights, and God in His infinite mercy and wisdom choose you, please, don’t let me down.”
“However it is important to state that this administration cherishes hard work, dedication, commitment, loyalty, and selfless service. I want to also remind you that public service is a public trust and I will not tolerate any breach of that trust’.
“Jigawa people are expecting us to come up with policies and programs that will improve their social and economic life, therefore we can only achieve this by discharging our responsibilities on the principles of accountability, probity, loyalty, and prudent management of public resources” Governor Namadi stated.
The new commissioners sworn in at Dutse government house included Aminu Ahmad AK, Commerce, Hajiya Hadiza, Women Affairs, Engineer Gambo S Malam, Works, Prof Hannatu, Finance, Auwalu Sankara, Special Duties, Babangida Gantsa, Budget, and Economic Planning, Hon Ibrahim Garba, Water Resources, Dr. Isah Yusuf Chamo, High Education Science and Technology, Dr. Lawan Yunusa Danzomo Basic Education.
Others are Muhd Abdullahi Kainuwa, Health, Muhd Garba MK, Local Government, Muhammad Alhassan Land, Alhaji Muttaka Namadi, Agriculture, Dr. Nura Ibrahim Dandoka, Environment, Sagiru Musa Ahmad, Information and Dr. Musa Adamu Aliyu, Justice