By Yunusa Abdullahi
Public office holders have been reminded to always abide by the Oath of Office taken while discharging their official responsibilities.
Governor Muhammad Umar Jibrilla who gave the charge while presiding over the swearing in ceremony of Eight Additional Special Advisers into his administration at the Banquet Hall of the Government House Yola.
While congratulating the newly sworn in special advisers on their appointments, the Governor explained that public office is a public trust and urged the appointees to be prudence and accountable in the discharge of their duties.
He also called on the political appointees to work assiduously for the progress and Development of Adamawa State .
The Governor also explained that his government has constructed and completed about Four Hundred Roads across the state as well as Renovation of some selected Hospitals in Mubi, Yola Specialist Hospital, Numan and Ganye General Hospitals in addition to some selected Schools across the state.
He also commended President Muhammadu Buhari for awarding the construction of Mayo Belwa -- Jada -- Ganye -- Toungo Road .
Those sworn in includes; Abubakar Hamman Joda Jada ,Abdulkadir Mai from Shelleng, Mahmud Modibbo Umar from Yola South, Alhaji Sani Gunda from Guyuk, Bello Ardo from Ganye,Hussaini Usman from Toungo, Hammadu Musa from Hong, and Ibrahim Ahmadi from Mayo Belwa Local Government Areas.
Responding on behalf of the Special Advisers, Alhaji Abdulkadir Mai thanked Governor Muhammad Umar Jibrilla for finding them worthy to serve as Special Advisers and promised to be loyal and to contribute their quota towards the development of Adamawa State.
The Oath of Office was administered by the Solicitor General and Permanent secretary Ministry of Justice Barrister Suleiman Muhammed.