overnor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State Wednesday, swore-in 3 Special Advisers and fifteen Permanent Secretaries at the Banquet Hall, Government House, Yola.
Congratulating the successful Permanent Secretaries for emerging the best in the promotion examination, Fintiri tasked them to work assiduously, with a view to accomplishing the dream associated with the administion’s 11 point agenda.
Fintiri urged the newly appointed to be transparent in their official conduct in their various places of assignments as civil service would not be politicised.
To this effect, Fintiri directed that henceforth, elevation into next cadre in civil service, would be best on merit in order to sanitise the system for the better.
In their separate responses Alhaji Halilu Malabu and Doctor Barminus Augustine Gayus on behalf of the appointees, thanked the Governor for finding them worthy of the appointments and promised to bring to bear their wealth of experience for the progress of government and the state.
Those sworn-in as Permanent Secretaries are: Alhaji Umar Aliyu Toungo, Doctor Gisilambe Yusuf Saad, Alhaji Mohamned Kabir Bello, Doctor Barminus Augustine Gayus, Barrister Yusuf Manassah Daniel, Engineer Mohammed Muktar,
Others are: Doctor Abdulrahman Tukur, Mr. Solomon Simon Donsanda, Barrister Samuel Yomonday, Malam Isa Shehu Ardo, Alhaji Suleiman Usman, Mr Joel Tumba Kwada, Doctor Amzaranda Aiden, Mrs Getham Bassi and Aishatu Mohd Umar.
While those sworn in as Special Advisers to the Governor included Alhaji Abdulrahman Bobboi, Political Matters, Mrs Hannatu Kadala, Education and Alhaji Halilu Malabu Economic and Financial matters.
The oath of office and allegiance were administered on the Special Advisers and Permanent Secretaries by Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Barrister Afraimu Jingi.