Nasarawa SSG Charges Staff To Safeguard Government Documents
By Tukura Mathew. Staff of the office to the Secretary to the Nasarawa State Government [S S G] has been advised to strictly adhere to civil service rules and regulations in order to safeguard government’s classified documents.
Secretary to the Government of Nasarawa State, Barrister Muhammed Aliyu Uba Doma gave the advice at a farewell ceremony of retired Permanent Secretary cabinet Affairs and Special services office, Muazu Adamu Gosho. Barrister Uba Doma said the office of the Secretary to the Government is the engine room of government bestowed with the responsibility of implementing government policies and programmes. The SSG therefore charged staff of the office to always be proactive and give their best in service.
Appreciating the out gone Permanent Secretary and Director Administration and Supplies , Aliyu Muhammed Ogye who also retired , Barrister Uba Doma said he was satisfied with their level of commitments while in service. The S S G said the two staff served and brought out the best in them. He called on the staff to exhibit such service of commitment in their future endeavors
The SSG called on the remaining staff to key into the good legacies left by the retired staff and pass it to the younger generation and further said the present administration is working round the clock to take the state on the path of good governance.
In his remarks Permanent Secretary Political Affairs office of the SSG , Mohammed Iliyasu Idde assured the SSG of the staff support and loyalty in the discharge of their responsibilities and called on the retired staff to remain products of hard work where ever they found themselves. On their part Director Internal Affairs, Abdullahi Umar Elayo and Director Cabinet Affairs and Special Services, Idris Umar appreciated the two retired staff for productive years spent in service for a greater Nasarawa State.
In response the retired Permanent Secretary said it was a thing of joy for them to retire in good health and still strong and urged those still in active service to be dedicated in achieving set out goals before retirement.