Bala renews commitment to improve living conditions in Bauchi

By Suru Charles

Governor Bala Mohammed, of Bauchi state, has again reassured the people of his administration’s commitment to improving their living conditions through the provision of infrastructural facilities and social amenities.

He stated this yesterday while presiding over the swearing-in ceremony of the new appointees held at Multipurpose Indoor Sports Hall in Bauchi, the state capital.

The Trumpet gathered that the appointee who are two female commissioners, Jamila Mohammed Dahiru and Amina Mohammed Katagum, two special advisers, Yusuf Garba and Abdullahi Musa and the caretaker committee chairmen of the twenty local government councils.

While urging them to be absolutely loyal to his administration he stressed that “no place for disloyal, indolent and incompetent officials in his administration.”

The two newly sworn-in Commissioners, the governor said, are to replace Aliyu Usman Tilde in the Ministry of Education, Amina Katagum to replace Abdullahi Musa in the Ministry of Rural Development and Special Duties.

He enjoined them to work with their permanent secretaries and other management staff of their ministries towards the effective and efficient implementation of policies and programmes of the government.

The appointment of the two commissioners, as affirmed by the governor, was informed by their track records of commitment and dedication to the development of the State, sense of responsibility and loyalty to the government of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

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Following the expiration of the tenure of elected Council chairmen in the state about two months ago and coupled with the preparation for the conduct of the forthcoming general elections, his administration is left with no option but to appoint Caretaker Committees chairmen to run the affairs of the councils pending the conduct of councils election.

“The choice of the Chairmen of the Caretaker Committees for the challenging task has been informed by their loyalty, contributions to the development of our great party, the PDP, and above all their past contributions to the development of Bauchi State in particular and the Nation in general.”

“By virtue of being closer to the people, local governments are required to provide good governance at the grassroots as enshrined in the fourth schedule of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999, (as amended).”

He tasked them to work hand in hand with their Councillors, Management, and Cooperate with the Security Agencies, Traditional Rulers, Religious and party leaders, as well as other Stakeholders in their domains in order to impact positively on the lives of the electorate.

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