Teryima Andrew, Jos
The governor of Kogi state will deliver a lecture on “civil service reforms” at the scheduled formal inauguration of the newly elected and sworn-in executives of the correspondents’ chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalits Plateau state council.
A statement by the correspondents’ chapel chairman in the state Aminu Idegu, on Wednesday, issued in Jos, said governor Bello is passionate about civil servants and their welfare.
“The executive Governor of Kogi State, His Excellency, Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello, is to deliver a lecture in Jos, the Plateau State Capital at the inauguration ceremony of newly elected executives of the Correspondents’ Chapel.”
According to the statement, Governor Bello, will serve at the incoming occasion as Guest Speaker, and will speak on the topic “Nigeria Civil Service Reform and the Challenge of a New Nigeria.”
“The event scheduled to hold on Monday 31st of July will be under the Chairmanship of former Deputy Governor of Plateau State, Dame Pauline Tallen while the executive governor of Plateau state will serve as the Special Guest of Honour.”
“The inauguration ceremony shall be used to raise fund for the purchase of 32 seater Bus for members of the Correspondent’s Chapel of NUJ, Plateau state council.”
The newly elected executives of the Chapel include, Yusufu Idegu, Chairman, Josiah Buzun, Vice Chairman, Peter Amine, Secretary and Andrew Ajijah Treasurer,
Others are Gyang Bere, Financial Secretary, John Fariola, assistant secretary, while Pam Musa emerged as the Auditor of the chapel.