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Gombe State Governor swears in an Igbo man as Special Adviser


 Gombe State Governor, Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya has sworn-in an Igbo man, Prince Chidebelu Cornelius Ewuzie as the Special Adviser, Inter-Community Relations.

 

Speaking during swearing-in ceremony at the Government House, Gombe, on Wednesday, October 14, the Governor described Inter-Community Relations as one area that need to be pursued with all vigour in order to ensure even development in the country.

 

Gombe State Governor swears in an Igbo man as Special Adviser

Governor Inuwa Yahaya also swore in Group Captain Peter Bitrus Bilal ( Rtd) as Special Adviser on Development Control and Enforcement. 

 

He congratulated the appointees for distinguishing themselves and charged them to bring to bear their wealth of experience and expertise, saying their coming into the his administration will impact positively on the execution of Government policies and programmes. 

 

Gombe State Governor swears in an Igbo man as Special Adviser

He said the development control and compliance unit was established as part of his administration's determination to transform Gombe State into a model.

 

The Governor described Inter Community Relations as one area that need to be pursued  with all vigour, noting that the Special Adviser on Inter Community Relations, who is well known to many would use his office to unite not only the Igbo speaking community, but other ethnic nationalities resident in the state.

 

In his response, Prince Ewuzie, popularly known as Chimack, thanked the Governor for finding them worthy to serve the state, assuring him of their loyalty and support in efforts to take the state to an enviable heights.  

Gombe State Governor swears in an Igbo man as Special Adviser Gombe State Governor swears in an Igbo man as Special Adviser Gombe State Governor swears in an Igbo man as Special Adviser

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