Zamfara State Governor, Matawalle Redeploys Permanent Secretaries

Zamfara State Governor, Hon. Bello Mohammed Matawalle has approved the redeployment of some Permanent Secretaries in the State.

According to a press statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Zamfara State Head of Service (Administration), Alhaji Yusuf Abdulahi Bakura, kabiru Sani has been moved from the Ministry of Works to the Ministry of Education.

The statement noted that Alhaji Lawal Mainasara moved from the Ministry of Education to the Ministry of Science and Technical Education, while Alhaji Garba Ahmad Gusau from the Ministry of Science and Technical Education to the Ministry of Works.

The statement further said that Alhaji Abubakar Mohammed Barmo has been moved from the office of the Governor to the Ministry of Local Government Affairs while Alhaji Abubakar Jafar Maradun from the Ministry of Local Government Affairs to the Office of the Governor.

Jibril Baba from the Government House to the Ministry of Finance while Kabiru Yusuf Gusau from the Directorate of Housing and Urban Development to the Government House while Alhaji Lawal Hussein from the Ministry of Environment and Solid Minerals to Cabinet Affairs, Office of the SSG.

Others are Alhaji Yakubu Sank Haidara who moved from Cabinet Affairs to Salaries and Wages, office of the Head of Service, while Haruna Mainasara moved from the Ministry of Youths and Sports to the Ministry of Environment and Solid minerals while Abdukadir Alinkilo Anka has been posted from Special Duties to the Ministry of Commerce and Industries.

The statement also noted that Alhaji Hamish Shayau from the Ministry of Commerce and Industries moves to the Ministry of Youths and Sports, saying that all postings takes immediate effect.

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