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Ortom Appoints 13 New Advisers

Governor Samuel Ortom has sworn in the 13 newly appointed Special Advisers with a charge on them to make positive impact on the lives of Benue citizens in the discharge of their duties.

The Governor who performed the ceremony at the New Banquet Hall of Benue Peoples House, Makurdi, urged the advisers to be guided by the core values of his administration which include transparency, accountability, justice, fairness, reconciliation, peace and unity which would make development inevitable.

He stressed the need for the new appointees to works hard at convincing the people to support him by explaining the present situation of things in the state particularly the intrigues and distortion of facts and the negative activities of collaborators within and outside for cheap political mileage.

While noting that his administration detests impunity, Ortom stated that he would always encourage the enthronement of the rule of law and respect for rights of the people to freely choose their leaders in order to benefit from government projects and programmes.

He congratulated the Special Advisers on their appointment, stressing that their selection was an indication of his administration’s faith in their capacity to perform and charged them to hit the ground running in the various roles that would be assigned to them.

The Governor assured the new appointees of support and also urged other members of the state executive council to give them the necessary cooperation in order to succeed in their new assignments.

Responding on behalf of his colleagues, Dr. Bem Melladu, expressed appreciation to the Governor for finding them worthy to serve in his administration and pledged their unalloyed support for the success of the Ortom-led administration.

Those sworn in were Messrs Saawuan Tarnongu, Zaye Mvendaga, Ijigah Okoh, Paul Yaji, Oko Achegbulu, Ali Otakwu and Alhaji Isa Usman.

Others were Doctors Bem Melladu and Tsetim Ayargwer, Reverends Samuel Terpase, Jacob Aernyi and Joseph Ogezi as well as Barrister Jacob Ogwuche.



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