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Plateau govt appoints 136 special assistants

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Caleb Mutfwang, Governor of Plateau State, has approved the appointment of 136 special assistants with specific tasks to allow him to keep his promises of service delivery to the people.

The appointees were picked from the state’s 17 local government areas, or LGAs, with eight from each LGA.

According to a statement made in Jos by the Governor’s Director of Press and Public Affairs, Gyang Bere, their designations will be notified to them at their respective local government councils.

He said, “The appointees, whose names are listed below, are the first batch. They will assume their roles and responsibilities immediately. Their portfolios will, however, be communicated to them in their respective local government councils.”

Some of the appointees are Dalyop Pin, Jemima Nyam, Patience Ufwalal, Dachomo Sunday, Shim Malau, Dabot Dung, Pam Nuhu, Samson Chuwang, Aaron Jamo, Gimbia Tahu, Yahaya Ibrahim, Atoyi Daniel, Katuk Ahamdu, Ughili Agaji, Ichi David, and Sunday Wada.

Others are Mubarak Isa, Azong Auta, Linda Adeleye, Tele Mangs Oghranduka Egheleakpo, Maureen Odilimuo, Zal James, Kachollom Moses, Golu Golwok’ah, Beatrice Gontur, Ruth Goma, Wuchir Gozumdang, Wubitwe Waptu, Bakomi Gotom, and Joseph Simon, among others.

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