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Water perm sec bows out

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Mrs Rabi S. Jimeta, has retired from service after clocking the compulsory 60 years.  Born on April…

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Mrs Rabi S. Jimeta, has retired from service after clocking the compulsory 60 years. 

Born on April 12, 1957 in Gombe State, Jimeta was first appointed as permanent secretary in January, 2010. Until her retirement, she had served six ministers.

At the send-forth ceremony organized by the ministry, Jimeta said she was fulfilled having served without blemishes.

 “I am very grateful to you all and almighty God. It is a defining moment for me. All through my career as permanent secretary, I have never had any issue with my principals. So, I count myself as a fulfilled person,” she said.

She said that her career as a permanent secretary in the ministry had added more value to her life. “As a technical ministry, I have to be technical too in order to meet up and key into the ministry’s programmes,” she added.

The Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman H. Adamu, described Jimeta as a trusted team player and hardworking civil servant, who had brought to bear her professionalism in the service.

He said the ministry looked forward to tap from her knowledge even as she retires from the service.

 

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