Niger State governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has stated that he would use the second term of his administration to ensure that mistakes of his first term in office were corrected.
He stated this yesterday when he swore in the new Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Ibrahim Matane and the Chief of Staff Ibrahim Balarabe at Government House, Minna.
The governor who said that the appointments of the duo was to bring about good governance stated specifically that, the SSG will add more value while the chief of staff is always a performer.
According to him, his government is set to open new page on governance adding that they have learnt from the mistakes of the past and would correct them in the second term.
Governor Sani Bello urged the newly sworn in SSG and chief of staff to bear it in mind that they are representing the interest of the over 4 million people of Niger State and must work diligently to depart from the mistakes of the past.
He urged them to fear God in the discharge of their duties and endeavour to impact the lives of the ordinary people for the over all development of the state.
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