By; MAIDUGU ALI, Damaturu
Yobe State Deputy Governor, Alhaji Idi Barde Gubana hss said that the present administration will continue to give priority to the welfare of civil servants of the state.
He stated this on Tuesday while receiving the Fune Local Government Civil Servants who paid him a solidarity visit at the Government House, Damaturu.
The forum was led by the former Permanent Secretary, Alhaji Ali Garga Bulama and Bako Adamu.
The deputy governor said the present administration under the leadership of Governor Mai Mala Buni would continue to provide dividends of democracy through provision of quality health care, portable drinking water, road network, agriculture among others to the people of the state.
He urged people of Fune Local Government Area to continue praying for the success of Governor Mai Mala Buni administration as he pronounce in his inaugural speech and during electioneering campaign.
Alhaji Idi Barde Gubana described civil servants are also bed rock of any meaningful development through the implementation of policies and programs.
The present administration according to him, would give all necessary priority to the state’s work force in order to discharge their responsibility effectively for the development of the state.
He commended the delegate for their support and loyalty before, during and even after the election to the ruling party All Progressive Congress (APC), adding that 99 per cent of civil servants have contributed morally or financially towards the victory of the party.
In their remarks the former permanent secretary Alhaji Ali Garga Bulama and Bako Adamu said they were at the government House to pay the solidarity visit to congratulate the state Governor Mai Mala Buni and his deputy, Alhaji Idi Barde Gubana over their victory as Governor and deputy governor of the state.
They assured to give them all necessary support, loyalty and meaningful advice for the state government to provide dividend of democracy to the people of the state.
The delegation include senior civil servants within and outside the state.