RRBDA Sokoto commemorates with Dr. Ramatu over ministerial appointment
Congratulatory Message (Sponsored)
Rima River Basin Development Authority Sokoto, heartily commemorated with the people of Kogi while congratulating Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu the immediate past chairman of the RRBDA Sokoto over her ministerial nomination/appointment.
This was contained In a press release signed by Alh. Musa M Geidam, the Acting Chairman of the Rima River Basin Development Authority Sokoto
and made available to the Periscope Publishers.
“On behalf of Rima River Basin Development Authority Sokoto, I wish to extend a hearty congratulations to an indomitable icon; Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu over her ministerial assignment as a nominee from Kogi state; A task she is found worthy by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency Muhammadu Buhari GCFR,” Geidam said.
Geidam explained that the prestigious ministerial appointment has spoken volume of Dr Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu’s efficiency and effectiveness, competency and capability, credibility and professionalism, in addition to her enormous contributions in defending and promoting the ideals of the APC as a party and proselytising women involvement in politics and her assiduous engagements in the project to actualising “emancipatory,” participatory and liberationist democracy.
Geidam said that philanthropy also made a list among minister nominee Ramatu’s so numerous to mention rather tremendous achievements in public and humanitarian services to the nation.
“We have every reason to appreciate president Muhammadu Buhari for this great opportunity given to the kogites to equally contribute their quota in the new cabinet toward nation’s building, enshrined in the next level agenda of president Buhari’s led administration.
“Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu’s newly and well deserved engagement to be in Buhari’s cabinet is a tremendous national recognition; it is inspiring, given her long dedicated and relentless passion for quality control, service assistance, equal rights advocacy and humanitarian interventions in the country,” Geidam said.