Hon Halims Congratulates Aboh, Adejoh, Abagwu, Others On Fresh Appointments, Charges Them To Deliver
By Comrade A. M. Nasiru
Honorable Member Representing Ankpa, Omala and Olamaboro federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Abdullahi Ibrahim Halims has congratulated the newly inaugurated Senior Special Assistants to Kogi State Governor while charging them to be proactive in driving the New Direction agenda of Governor Yahaya Bello.
Reacting to the appointment of the new SSAs, the federal lawmaker and stalwart of APC said that the next level agenda of the State Government is poised to be prosperous and hence, the need to be up and doing.
He expressed confidence in the choices of Governor Yahaya Bello, saying that the Governor had selected experienced individuals in assisting him to tackle security challenges at the Local Government level as well as driving the New Direction agenda that is programmed to turn around the fortunes of the State for good.
Hon Halims however, urged the new appointees not to derail from the set agenda of the party, All Progressives Congress, APC, and should always come up with progressive ideas capable of moving the state and their respective Local Governments forward.
The federal lawmaker who expressed confidence in the choice of Ibrahim Aboh, Nicodemus Adejoh and Ibrahim Abagwu who as Senior Special Assistants on Security for Omala, Olamaboro and Ankpa Local Governments noted that their experiences in public offices would make easy their new assignments.
The Governor also appointed the immediate past Administrator of Ankpa Local Government, Hon John Aduga as Senior Special Assistant on Political Matters. On this note, Hon Halims thanked Governor Bello for giving Ankpa special recognition and called on all stakeholders to support the Appointees to be successful in their new offices.
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