From Mika’il Tsoho, Dutse
The Jigawa State government has promised to do its best to improve and support the activities of Civil Society Organizations in the state.
The Special Adviser to the Governor Umar Namadi on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Hon. Umar Inuwa gave the assurance during an interactive session with leadership and members of Network for Jigawa civil society NETJIC held at New Secretariat Dutse.
The special adviser who expressed delight over the composition of the members, their experience and commitments said, the present administration will be open to all citizens as well as work hand-in-hand with Civil Society Organizations for transparency and Accountability to all.
“The Administration of Malam Umar Namadi was brought into power by Jigawa citizens, therefore I want to assure you that we run an all-inclusive government for better Jigawa state.
“I’m happy to today for meeting the progressive team like NETJIC a group that compromised intellectuals in various areas who can help our administration to take our state into the promised land”, he said.
Hon Umar Inuwa then, seek more support and cooperation from NETJIC to identify gaps in the activities of every development partner with a view to sustain their services for the good people of the state.
While making his remarks, the chairman of NETJIC comrade Mustapha Umar appreciated Jigawa state government for the loudable achievement recorded in One hundred days of Governor Namadi in office.
Comrade Mustapha Umar noted that civil society organizations have a vital role to play in governance serving as a mediator between the government and the citizens.
The chairman also appealed to the state government to establish an NGO village to be responsible for the proper coordination of their activities which will be the first of its kind in the history of the state.