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Gov Abdulfatah Ahmed appoints nine Special Advisers

The Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed on Thursday approved the appointment of nine special advisers.
The appointment according to a statement by the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor, (Media and Communication), Muideen Akorede, the appointment is meant to strengthen governance and assist in the realisation of his administration’s development aspirations.
 
According to him Secretary to the State Government, Alhaji Sola Isiaka Gold made the appointments known immediately after the State House of Assembly’s approval of Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed’s request to appoint Special Advisers.
 
The new appointees are: Barrister Gobir Hassan Ahmed, Special Adviser, Labour Matters; Alhaji Aliu Zakari Gunu, Special Adviser, Local Government, Mr. Aanu Ayodeji Ibiwoye, Special Adviser, Agriculture and Rural Water Support Services; Alhaji Musa Abdullahi Mohammed, Special Adviser, Rural Energy Support Services; Alhaji Abdullahi Duro Muhammed, Special Adviser, Emergency and Relief
Others include, Mr. Amos Justus Sayo, Special Adviser, Forestry Services; Alhaji Manzuma Kawu Abdulmalik, Special Adviser, Environmental Services;  Alhaji Amusa Bello, Special Adviser, Security; Barrister Suleiman Atolagbe, Special Adviser Legal Matters
 
Alhaji Gold, however, congratulated the newly-appointed Special Advisers and urged them to approach their duties with the necessary dedication in view of the confidence reposed in them by the Governor and the enormous expectations of them.
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