Governor Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State on Monday carried out a minor reshuffle of his cabinet by appointing two commissioners and four special advisers.
He said, at their swearing-in ceremony in Gombe, that the move was part of efforts to maintain his administration’s set objectives and good governance.
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He said it was also to ensure effective and efficient service delivery.
Yahaya said their appointment was equally in line with his administration’s determination and commitment to providing purposeful and responsive leadership aimed at meeting the yearnings and aspirations of the people.
“Accordingly, the following changes are hereby made as regarding special advisers with immediate effect: Dauda Batari is moved from the Ministry of Education to the Ministry of Higher Education.
“Mr Shehu Madugu from the Ministry of Energy and Solid Minerals to the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.
“Aishatu Maigari moved from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation to the Ministry of Education while Meshak Lauco will now serve in the Ministry of Higher Education from the Ministry of Information and Culture,” he said.
The governor said that the new commissioners, Mr Sanusi Pindiga and Mr Andirya Moljengo, would be in charge of the Ministry of Energy and Solid Minerals and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation respectively.
He urged the newly sworn-in appointees to sustain the tempo of his administration’s achievements with sincerity of purpose, transparency, accountability, loyalty and commitment.
Yahaya enjoined them to conduct the affairs of their various ministries and departments with the fear of God and ensure that public resources were utilised judiciously and efficiently.
He promised to support them towards delivering on their mandates. (NAN)