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July 17, 2024
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We are messengers of hope, Kano Deputy Governor to LGA DPMs

In a recent meeting at the Ministry for Local Government and Chieftancy Affairs, Kano State Deputy Governor and Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftancy Affairs, Comr. Aminu Abdussalam Gwarzo, conveyed a message of hope to the 44 Local Government Area Directors of Personnel Management (DPMs).

He emphasized that the entire structure of Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf’s administration is one that carries the promise of a brighter future for the state.

During the meeting held on Wednesday, Gwarzo passionately spoke about the Kano State Government’s intention to see civil servants in the state fully dedicated to their responsibilities, working with a sense of purpose to fulfill the administration’s vision of a prosperous Kano state.

In a stern tone, Gwarzo cautioned against any form of absenteeism among civil servants, making it clear that such behavior would not be tolerated by the government.

He highlighted the need for unwavering commitment from all employees as a key factor in achieving the administration’s goals.

Revealing the state’s plans for the future, the Deputy Governor/Commissioner shared that a series of progressive policies would soon be unveiled, designed to positively impact all 44 LGAs in Kano state.

He assured the DPMs that subsequent meetings would be held to assess the progress of local government activities and to refine strategies as needed.

The Chairman of the Kano DPM Forum, Auwalu Makama Dambatta, expressed gratitude on behalf of the DPMs for being hosted by the Kano State Government.

Chairman of the Kano DPM Forum, Auwalu Makama Dambatta

Dambatta conveyed their dedication to progress and their commitment to implementing the matters discussed in the meeting within their respective LGAs.

During the session, participants placed a collective request before the state government to renovate the residences of all DPMs across the LGAs, allowing them to remain in their workplaces throughout the working week.

Additionally, they sought official vehicles that would facilitate smoother mobility to and from their respective areas.

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Mustapha Salisu

Mustapha Salisu is a graduate of BSc. Information and Media Studies from Bayero University Kano, with experience in Communication Skills as well as Public Relations.

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