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Ortom Calls On Newly Appointed Special Advisers To Justify Their Appointment

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue has called on the newly appointed Special Advisers to justify their appointment.

AllNews Nigeria reports that Ortom on Wedneday appointed Simon Namkwagh and Mr Anthony Ibu as his special advisers

Represented by his deputy, Benson Abounu, the governor said that the appointment was to enhance the delivery of dividends of democracy for the people.

“Special Advisers are key officials of government who handle important assignments and carry out activities that promote the smooth running of government, particularly the provision of service to the citizenry.

“In this context therefore, their elevation is not by accident but it is guided by their fine qualities of competence and sound character,” Ortom said.

He added that his administration has always been guided by fairness, equity and justice in citing projects and political appointments across the state to ensure that every part is carried long.

He assured of his commitment to secure lives and property in the state, as well ensure welfare for the people.

“These do not come easy to tackle, especially at a time like now where there is shortage of funds national as well as global economic and social problems are confronting states including Benue.

“When we came in and even as we steer the affairs of the state toward the end of our second mandate, we have remained determined and focused in our key responsibilities as a government.

“We will never deviate from this responsibility because of our core values which are hinged on transparency, accountability, justice, fairness, integrity, selflessness, humility, dedication, discipline, restitution, forgiveness and reconciliation,” the governor said. 


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Zaccheus Ukhueleigbe
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