Abuja - The new Acting Governor of Taraba State, Sanni Abubakar Danladi, has appointed 22 new commissioners as part of the state executive council.
The commissioners were sworn in at the Women Development Centre, Jalingo after they were screened by the State House of Assembly.
The Chief Judge of the State, Justice Josephine Tuktur, administered the oath of office.
The commissioners were picked from all the 16 local government councils include Philemon Bitah, Mohammed Abubakar, Rebo Usman and Charity Green. Others are Mustapha Hammangabdo, Iliyasu Goje, Yakubu Agbaizo, Shuaibu Ataka, Abdulsalami Bunu, Emmanuel Hallan Gawon, Sadiq Nuhu Bulloh, Tafarki Agbadu, Aliyu Gidado, Julde Garba, Ahmadu Umar, Rebecca Manasseh, Emmanuel Bello, Yohanna Adi, Rilwanu Julde, Shekarau Atobaka Solomon, David Ishiya Kasah and Alexander Markus.
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According to the new acting governor, the need for the newly appointed commissioner to work round the clock so as to restore hope and confidence to on the people can no longer be overemphasized. He said the judgment that reinstated him was purely the handiwork of God so he and the executives will work with sincerity, fairness and the fear of God.
“We are not back in government to victimise anybody, but government work must be done diligently,” he said.
He promised to run an open-door and all-inclusive government for Tarabans within and outside the state to contribute for the development of the state.
- CAJ News