24th November, 2017
By Yunusa Abdullahi
Public Servants in Adamawa state had been charged to discharge their Official responsibilities with honour and dignity.
Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla made the charge while presiding over the swearing in Ceremony of Chief Ezekiliel Gamanzangon as permanent secretary into the state Civil service.
While congratulating Chief Ezekiliel Gamanzangon over his new appointment, the Governor reminded him to abide by the oath of office taken as well as account his stay wardship before God ,pointing out that public office is a public trust.
He reiterated that Prudence, Transparency and Accountability is the cardinals principles of his administration, explained that the appointment of Chief Ezekiliel was done based on merit and urged him to use his vast experience in service to contribute his quota towards the development of Adamawa state.
In their remarks, the Secretary to the State Government, Dr Umar Buba Bindir and the Head of Civil service, Dr Louis Solomon Mandama noted that Chief Ezekiliel Gamanzangon as a carrier Civil Servant is a hard working and loyal who is always adhered to his responsibilities deligently as well as an assets to the present government.
In his vote of thanks, the newly sworn in Permanent Secretary, Chief Ezekiliel Gamanzangon thanked the Governor for giving him the opportunity to serve in his Government.
He assured that he will abide by the oath of office taken, and promised to contribute his quota to the development of Adamawa state.
The oath of office was administered by the state Solicitor General and Permanent Secretary, Ministry for Justice, Barrister Suleiman Muhammed.