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Yobe exco, DFID to hold governance retreat

Yobe exco, DFID to hold governance retreat Yobe exco, DFID to hold governance retreat From Hamisu Kabiru Matazu, Damaturu Members of the Yobe State executive…

Yobe exco, DFID to hold governance retreat

Yobe exco, DFID to hold governance retreat

From Hamisu Kabiru Matazu, Damaturu

Members of the Yobe State executive council and other key officials of the state

Government, including some permanent secretaries and heads of government

parastatals will hold a two-day governance retreat in Abuja in collaboration

with the State Partnership for Accountability, Responsiveness and Capability

Programme (SPARC) of the United Kingdom Department for International

Development (DFID) from March 30 to 31, 2016.

A statement from Abdullahi Bego, the Director of Press Affairs to Governor Ibrahim Gaidam said the retreat with the theme, ‘Keeping Abreast of Governance Reforms in Yobe State’, is designed to review the progress made so far in governance reforms in the state and further explore the relevance and use of data, revenue, budget and development partners, among other economic variables, in deepening and sustaining social development in the state.

Governor Gaidam will deliver the retreat’s keynote address with the title ‘A New Mandate for Change and Sustainable Development’. The retreat will also receive a goodwill message from DFID SPARC’s National Programme Manager, Mr. Mark Walker.

Participants in the retreat will engage in intensive discussions and share experiences about the ongoing governance reforms in Yobe State.

At least ten papers will be presented and discussed both by Yobe government officials and DFID SPARC specialists and consultants. A communique will be issued at the end of the retreat.

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