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18 new commissioners in the area received their oaths of office from Zamfara State Governor Dauda Lawal.
Bendelnews said that there were two female commissioners among the 18 recently sworn officials.
The swearing-in ceremony took place on Tuesday night in the Council Chambers of Government House in Gusau, and the newly appointed officials were then handed their respective duties.
Governor Lawal urged the commissioners to put in a lot of effort because the Key Performance Index (KPIs) would be used to judge them in his speech.
The governor specifically mentioned that the performance index will be the starting point for assessing their output in regard to the task allocated to them.
The governor’s press secretary, Sulaiman Bala Idris, said in a statement that the commissioners were chosen from a variety of professions and were experts in several fields of endeavor.
The chief justice of Zamfara State, Justice Kulu Aliyu, administered the oaths of office to the newly chosen commissioners.
In the news release, it is said that “Governor Dauda Lawal tasked the newly inaugurated commissioners to double their efforts because they would be assessed by the Key performance index (KPIs).”
To progress the development and expansion of Zamfara State, Lawal recommended the commissioners to collaborate with ministries and build effective working ties with them.