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Why Yakmut deserves higher responsibilities – Youth group

The Nigerian Youth Congress (NYC) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to always base his appointments on the past antecedents and track records of appointees in…

The Nigerian Youth Congress (NYC) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to always base his appointments on the past antecedents and track records of appointees in terms of their experience and commitment to duty.

North Central leader of the group and Kogi state chairman  of the Congress, Comrade Alfa Ebune, said this in a statement issued on Saturday.

He said from the independent assessment of federal civil servants conducted by NYC across the country, it found out that the Secretary of the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Correctional Service Board , Alhaji Saleh  Al-Hassan Yakmut, distinguished himself amongst his equals.

The group described him as a public servant who believes in integrity, transparency and honesty in his dealing with the general public, saying that he has used his position to boost the development of the board through a lot of laudable innovations

“Yakmut has brought a lot of innovative ideas and  transformation to the Board. We are not surprised because when he held the position of Director General of National Sport Commission, he allowed
transparency and accountability to be his watch word which translated to the country’s ability in wining many laurels in competitions.

“And currently at board of Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Correctional Service, Alhaji Yakmut has shown tremendous development both in human and material resources with series of his foot prints that are already showing on the sand of time .

“As Secretary of the Board, he brought an electronic documents’ center; archiving of data for all officers in the four para-military agencies; beautification of the Board’s physical structures, among others.

“The leadership of NYC, therefore recommends him to the president for higher responsibility to use his wealth of experience to contribute his quota to the development of the country, ” he said.

He commended the dexterity of Alhaji Yakmut in the discharge of his duties and urged him not to relent in his efforts in ensuring that the right things are done in the Board at all times.

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