The Secretary to the State Government SSG,Professor Ibrahim Abubakar Njodi has enjoined staff under his office to work assiduously towards achieving set objectives of Government.
The SSG stated when he led staff of his office to a brief but historic farewell ceremony for Muhammed Umar who retired recently after 35 years of meticulous service as a Permanent Secretary Special Services and Political matters in Gombe State Civil Service.
Professor Ibrahim Abubakar Njodi congratulated the retired Permanent Secretary for his unspoted record of service calling on staff to emulate his discreet and prudent human and resource management acumen.
He called on Muhammed Umar to consider giving him and other staff he left behind support in terms of administrative assistance whenever the need arises given his depository wealth of experience.
Professor Ibrahim Njodi who described Muhammed Umar as humble, dedicated, committed and hardworking man with a sense of team work further prayed Allah to fully restore his health and the family the grace to continue supporting him as always.
In his response, Muhammed Umar appreciated the SSG and the entire office staff for according him the needed support and encouragement in the course of his service years.
He thanked the Almighty Allah for the enablement to work for the mandatory 35 years with unblemished record and called on workers in the state Civil service to imbibe the culture of hard-work and prudent management of resources under their care.
The farewell ceremony which took place at the former Permanent Secretary’s residence in Federal Low-cost Gombe was witnessed by Senior Special Assistant Media Mr. Jack A. Tasha and his counterpart on Women Mobilization Finney David directors, deputy directors and staff of SSGs office.
The ceremony featured presentation of gifts to the celebrant and his family in appreciation of the retirees enormous contribution to the development of his state and country.
Joshua Danmalam information officer SSGs office.
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