5th March. 2019
By Yunusa Abdullahi
Governor Muhammad Umar Jibrilla has presided over the swearing in ceremony of Two additional Permanent Secretaries into the state civil service.
During the ceremony held at the Banquet Hall of the Government House Yola, Governor Muhammad Umar Jibrilla Says the cardinal principles of his administration is based on Transparency and Accountability and charged the newly sworn in permanent Secretaries to abide by the Oath of Office taken while discharging their official responsibilities.
The Governor stated that public office is a public trust and reminded them that they would be accountable of their stewardship before Almighty, he also described civil servants as the custodians of any government .
He also explained that their appointments was based on merit and their tracks records while in service and congratulated them over their elevation as the highest pick in the civil service career.
The Governor also urged the people of Adamawa State to Shun religious politics and appealed to the electorates to live in peace and harmony with one another for the overall progress and Development of the state.
Those sworn in are Alhaji Aliyu Abubakar Jada and Mr. Ibrahim Zubairu Obadiah from Mayo Belwa Local Government Area.
In his vote of thanks, the Director General of Bindow Campaign Organisation Chief Filex Tangwami thanked Governor Bindow for finding the newly sworn in permanent Secretaries worthy to serve in his government and assured that they would contribute to give their own quota towards the development of Adamawa State.
The Oath of Office was administered by the Solicitor General and Permanent secretary Ministry of Justice Barrister Dahiru Mustapha Raji.