Kogi Assembly confirms 2 Commissioner nominees, 50 Special Advisers

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The Kogi State House of Assembly has approved two Commissioner nominees sent to the house by the Executive Governor of the State Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo.

The eight Assembly confirmed the Commissioner nominees on Tuesday during the house plenary in Lokoja.

The Commissioner nominees confirmed by the hallow chamber includes Dr Adeniyi Helen Aderibigbe, (Ijumu) and Atuluku Levi Victor, from Omala State Constituency.

Speaking to journalists shortly after She was confirmed on Tuesday, Dr Adeniyi Helen Aderibigbe promised to put in her best in realizing the campaign promises of the present administration.

Aderibigbe reiterates her commitment to make Kogi State and Nigeria proud through hard work and diligent to her duties.

“As the name of my ministry implies innovation, so the first thing to be brought in is innovation. We will review what is on ground. Actually, is a new ministry, but is not a strange ministry.

“There has been precedent as it regards the ministry. We will study what is on ground, take our own review, see areas that improvement has to be put in. If there is need for change, we will change. If there is need for restructuring we will restructure.

” That is the innovation aspect of it, which will encourage the scientific approach to almost every issues that is on ground. We will study every problem on ground, then we device means of providing solution for the problem. For us this are the technology aspect of it. I want to see Kogi State that other State will be emulating in term of technological improvement” She added.

The Assembly also approved 50 special advisers to serve under the Government of Kogi State.

It could be recalled that, the Kogi State Governor Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo had written to the house to confirm 50 special advisers to work in his cabinet.

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