Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has appointed 15 commissioners.
This is contained in a letter written to the State House of Assembly, and read at plenary on Thursday.
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While reading the letter on the floor of the house, Majority Leader of the Assembly, Mr. Umar Tanko-Tunga, said the governor urged the lawmakers to accord the nomination due attention.
Those nominated include: Mr. Yakubu Kwanta (Akwanga), Mr. Yusuf Aliyu Turaki (Awe), Mrs. Aisha Rufai-Ibrahim (Awe), Mr. Salihu Ena (Doma), Mr. Umar Mukailu Gurku (Karu), Mr. Nuhu Oshafu (Keana) and Mr. Idris Mohammed Idris (Keffi).
Others are: Mr. Abdulkarim Kana (Kokona), Mr. Mohammed Sarki-Tanimu (Lafia), Mrs. Abimiku Hanatu-Bala (Lafia), Mrs. Fati Jimeta-Sabo (Nasarawa), Mr. Mohammed Yakubu-Lawal (Nasarawa Eggon) and Mr. Daniel Agye (Obi)
The other two are Pharm. Ahmed Baba-Yahaya and Amb. Lucky Isaac from Toto and Wamba Local Government Areas respectively.
The house, however, set close of business of Tuesday, as deadline for the nominees to submit 25 copies of their curriculum vitae for screening and possible confirmation.
Daily Trust reports that governor had, on August 30, 2021, dissolved his cabinet, retaining a few commissioners.