Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle on Monday swore in six commissioners, two permanent secretaries and the chairman of Zamfara Board of Internal Revenue Services.
Speaking during the swearing-in ceremony, Governor Matawalle said the cabinet reshuffle was to form a formidable team that would work assiduously for the growth and development of the state.
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Those sworn-in as commissioners are Ibrahim Magaji Dosara, Sufiyanu Bashir Yuguda, Yazeed Shehu Danfulani, Rabiu Garba Gusau, Abubakar S/Pawa Dambo and Barrister Aminu Junaidu Kaura.
The permanent secretaries are Kabiru Yusuf Gusau and Lawal Hussein while Akilu Muhammad Dama was sworn in as the Chairman Zamfara State Board of Internal Revenue Service.
Governor Matawalle charged the new commissioners to work closely with their permanent secretaries to make the state more attractive to investors.