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BREAKING: Bauchi Gov sacks SSG, commissioners, other political appointees




Bauchi State Governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, has sacked the Secretary to the State Authorities (SSG), Chief of Employees and all commissioners within the State.


This adopted the instantly dissolution of the State Government Council (SEC) as contained in a press launch made obtainable to DAILY POST, signed by the Particular Adviser Media and Publicity to the Governor, Mukhtar Gidado.

Based on the Governor’s media aide, the dissolution additionally affected all Particular Advisers, besides the Particular Adviser Safety; Particular Adviser Nationwide and State Meeting Liaison; Particular Adviser Social Funding and Particular Adviser Media and Publicity.

“His Excellency, the Government Governor of Bauchi State Sen. Bala A. Mohammed CON (Kauran Bauchi) has authorised with rapid impact the dissolution of members of the State Government Council and different political appointees that embrace, the Secretary to the State Authorities (SSG), the Chief of Employees (COS) Authorities Home,” Gidado said.

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He added that every one commissioners are to handover the affairs of their ministries to their respective Everlasting Secretaries, “whereas the Secretary to the State Authorities (SSG), the Chief of Employees (COS) Authorities Home and different affected Particular Advisers are to handover to probably the most senior Everlasting Secretary within the Authorities Home who’s equally directed to take stock of presidency property”.

Gidado additional said that Governor Mohammed wished the affected appointees the easiest of their future endeavours.

“His Excellency, Governor Bala Mohammed whereas thanking the affected political appointees for his or her meritorious service to the State, wished them the easiest of their future endeavours,” Gidado said.

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