Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State recently oversaw the induction of new members into various Boards and Commissions of the state. This official ceremony occurred on a Thursday, hosted at the Banquet Hall within the Government House located in Yola.

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During the event, Governor Fintiri emphasized the critical importance of integrity and transparency while discharging their duties. He urged the newly appointed members to uphold these values steadfastly, ensuring accountability in all their endeavors. Furthermore, the Governor reaffirmed his administration’s unwavering commitment to tackling the economic challenges facing the state. He encouraged the appointees to align their actions with his comprehensive eight-point agenda, which prioritizes progress, inclusivity, and effective governance.

Barrister Musa Kaibo, Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, conveyed gratitude on behalf of all the appointees to Governor Fintiri for the opportunity entrusted to them. He pledged their collective dedication to fulfilling their responsibilities diligently and with utmost competence.

Administering the oath of office and allegiance to the new chairmen and members was Barrister Afraimu Jingi, the Attorney General. This formal ceremony marked the beginning of their tenure, symbolizing their commitment to serving the people of Adamawa State with honor and dedication.