From Yakubu Mustapha, Minna
The Niger State Governor Alh. Abubakar Sani-Bello has charged the newly sworn in Permanent Secretaries to see their appointment as an opportunity to contribute their quota towards the development of the entire state.
The Governor gave the charge during the inauguration of six new Permanent Secretaries in Minna, the state capital.
The swearing in which was carried out by Justice Zainab Gaddafi on behalf of the Chief Judge was held at the Government House in Minna.
Governor Bello, however, urged the new appointees to come on board with the resolution and spirit to make a positive difference in their respective ministries.
He added that inculcating the spirit of accountability and responsible conduct should be their watchword as they discharge their duties.
“To whom much is given, much is expected so I hope you will serve your respective ministries as expected” he added.
While he congratulated them and wished them well as they take up their new responsibilities.
The six newly sworn in Permanent Secretaries includes: Engr. Abubakar Sadiq Balarebe, Ministry of Works, Hajiya, Jummai Idris Muhammad, Ministry of Education, Barr. Adamu Panti, Ministry of Justice.
Other are Mal. Baba Wonciko, Economic Affairs, Office of the SSG, Alh. Isah Bala, Ministry of Information and Strategy and Musa RogoI brahim as Permanent Secretary Special Duties, Office of the SSG.