Governor Muhammad Umaru Jibrilla has presided over the swearing-in ceremony of Alhaji Hayatu Ngura as Auditor General for Local Government. Audit.
At a ceremony held at the council chamber of the Government House Yola, The Governor urged the new Auditor General to be more dedicated to his duties.
He described the work by auditors as critical and urged him to be diligent and consider the Oath taken as he will be accountable of his stewardship before Almighty.
In a remark,The Secretary to the Adamawa State Government, Dr.Umar Buba Bindir appealed to the new Auditor General to work in harmony with the other relevant Financial sectors for the improvement of the state,and reminded him to be loyal and accountable.
Responding the newly sworn in Auditor General for Local Government Alhaji Hayatu Ngura appreciated the Governor for finding him worthy of the appointment and assured the Governor of his loyalty,Support,and cooperation to the present Government under Governor Muhammad Umar Jibrilla at all times.
He commended the Governor for approving new salary scale for Local Government auditors and said the gesture has help in boosting the morals of the staff of the Department.
The swearing-in ceremony was administered by the Adamawa State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Barrister Bala Silas Sanga.
Meanwhile Governor Muhammad Umaru Jibrilla has continued to receive groups, that came to the Government house to assure him of their support during the forthcoming Governorship election in the state .
A group of people from the Mayo Belwa extraction, led by Salihu Bawuro said they were at the government house to show their solidarity and support to the APC led administration in the Adamawa state.
He explained that this has become necessary considering the infrastructural development directly provided by the present Government under Governor Muhammad Umar Jibrilla
While responding Governor Jibrilla told the people who road leading to Binyeri has been awarded and said work will commence as soon as he returns for second term.