The Yobe State Federal Commissioners Forum, on Thursday, paid a solidarity visit to the state Governor and Chairman APC Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, Hon. Mai Mala Buni.
The statement signed by Mamman Mohammed, Director General Press and Media Affairs to Governor Buni, disclosed that the Chairman of the Forum, Engr. Ahmed Kadi Amshi, said the Forum visited Gov. Buni to identify with the laudable achievements recorded by the present administration in the state.
“We take this opportunity to appreciate and congratulate you most sincerely for the giant strides you have recorded so far as the governor of our dear Yobe state as well as the chairman APC Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee .
“Your achievements in these assignments speaks volumes of your capabilities, you are indeed a pride to all Yobeans” Engr. Amshi said.
He assured the readiness of the Forum to contribute to the development of the state.
“The Forum will explore opportunities for Yobe state indigenes in Federal establishments.
“We will also explore areas that would add value to the economy of the state” the Chairman assured.
Responding, Governor Buni thanked the Forum for identifying with the developments in the state.
“I thank you all for your words of encouragement and this will spur us to do more to move the state forward” Gov. Buni said.
He urged them to be good ambassadors of the state and to struggle for the state’s share of appointments, projects and programmes.
“With you there, Yobe state must not be shortchanged and we count on you to secure everything that is due for the state” the governor tasked the Commissioners.
Members of the forum include Engr. Ahmed Amshi, Chairman, National Assembly Service Commission, Alh. Mai Aliyu Mohammed Commissioner, National Population Commission, Alh. Modu Aji Juluri, Commissioner Revenue Allocation Commission, Alh. Dauda Yahaya Commissioner National Salaries Commission, Alh. Jibrin Maigari Commissioner Federal Character Commission and Alh. Modu Nguru Commissioner Public Complaints Commission.