By Barnabas Augustine
Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State has sworn in more chairmen of Boards and Commissions with their members Monday at the Banquet Hall Government House Yola.
The Chairmen of Boards, Commission and their members sworn in are those of Fiscal Responsibility Commission, Adamawa State Local Government Service Board and Adamawa State Local Government Pension Board.
Delivering his speech, Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri congratulates those who were sworn-in and enjoined them to contribute their quota to develop the State.
“My message to you is that you should settle down quickly; initiate reforms and policies that will promote transparency, accountability and discipline in order to make this State better and greater”, Governor Fintiri said.
“We run an open door policy; at any time of the day, you are free to see any of us at the helm of affairs to solve together the problem of our great State, Adamawa. “We must make her work, we have no excuse and God will see us through”, he concluded.
Speaking on behalf of those sworn in, the Chairman Local Government Service Board, Piton P. Pawa thanked Governor Fintiri for founding them worthy to serve in his led administration and assured the Governor their support and loyalty.
Those sworn in as Chairman and Board Members for Fiscal Responsibility Commission are Baba Mohammed Bakari as Chairman while Alh Adamu Chagwa, Lillian Stephen Nabe, Hajiya Sa’adatu Sa’ad Abdullahi, Representatives of Ministries of Finance and Justice as well as Planning Commission, Board of Internal Revenue and Department of Management Agency.
Local Government Service Board has Piton P. Pawa as Chairman and the members are Ayuba Teri, Sahabo Mahamud, Ibrahim Magaji, Simon Sina Funguri and Fibi Nuhu.
Those for Adamawa State Local Government Pension Board are Thomas Madi as Chairman Hon while Obadiah Solomon, Hon. Mohammed Ibrahim Atah, Hon. Salihu Mohammad and Hon. Salihu Kabillo to serve as members.
Highlight of the ceremony was administering of Oath of Office and allegiance by the State Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Barr. Afraimu Jingi.