Zamfara: Matawalle Reshuffles Commissioners | Newspot

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Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara has ordered the redeployment of some commissioners to other ministries in the state.

The Governor’s directive was contained in a statement issued by the Secretary to State Government, Bala Maru.

The statement directed affected commissioners to submit their handing over notes to the office of the Secretary to the State Government while they are to resume their new offices on Thursday, 22nd April, 2021 (today).

“Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle of Zamfara State has approved the redeployment of the following Commissioners with immediate effect.

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“Rabi’u Garba Gusau, from Ministry of Finance to the Ministry of Commerce and Industries.

“Sufyanu Bashir Yuguda, from Ministry of Commerce and Industries to the Ministry of Finance.

“The affected Honourable Commissioners should take over their new offices today Thursday 22nd April, 2021.

“They should submit copies of their handing over notes immediately to office of the Secretary to the State Government,” the statement reads.

Meanwhile, former Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi has said that the country is collapsing under the watch of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Newspot reports that the spate of attacks on security agents and formations in the Southeast which had resulted in the death of personnel and the destruction of property have continued abated.

Speaking on Tuesday during the burial of former Commissioner for Health during his time, Prof. Linus Ilika, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Akwa, Obi said the current security situation is becoming worrisome.

The People Democratic Party (PDP) stalwart also lamented the indifference of the President and his cabinet members over the present condition in the country.

He noted that the truth of the matter was that Nigeria was crumbling and yet those that should do something about it carry on as if all is well.

Source: Newspot

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