Special Advisers: Niger State governor to submit 20 names
The Niger State governor, Rt. Hon. Mohammed Umaru Bago is set to submit 20 names for the position of Special Adviser to the 10th House of Assembly for approval.
The governor’s spokesperson, Magaji Bichi. Bologi Ibrahim disclosed this via Twitter on Thursday.
“Niger State Governor, Rt. Hon. Mohammed Umaru Bago said he will send 20 names of Special Adviser to the 10th State Legislature for approval immediately after their inauguration,” Ibrahim tweeted.
Meanwhile, Governor Bago on Tuesday said the time has come for him and residents of Niger state, in general, to work the extra mile to collectively build a better future.
Bago said this in a press release issued and made available to reporters in Minna by his spokesperson, Ibrahim.
The governor said this when he received a delegation of former National Assembly Members Forum, under the auspices of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from the state, who were on a congratulatory visit at the Niger State liaison lodge at Asokoro in Abuja.
Bago who observed that campaigns were over, explained that it is time to evolve strategies to better the lots of the state.
“It is time for work, it’s going to work unusual and better, some policies will be tough but we are sure if we sustain them, they will take us to the desired destination.”
He, therefore, called for the support of all the residents of the state in collaboration with citizens outside the state to enable him to succeed.
Bago, however, pointed out that the all-inclusive policy of his administration has come to stay.
“In the spirit of a new Niger state we have to leave our doors opened, especially for people with experience and capacity,” he declared.