Gov. Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara on Thursday dissolved the state’s executive council with immediate effect, the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Alhaji Isiaka Gold, announced in a statement.
The SSG noted in the terse statement in Ilorin that Special Advisers (SA), Senior Special Assistants (SSA) and Special Assistants (SA) were also affected.
He stated that Gov. Ahmed had directed commissioners to hand over to permanent secretaries of their ministries.
He quoted Ahmed as assuring citizens that additional measures had been put in place to sustain government businesses, pending the reconstitution of the state’s executive council.
Gold added that the governor thanked the former executive council members, special advisers and assistants for their service and contributions to the state.
The governors also wished the former commissioners, advisers and assistants the best of luck in their future engagements, he noted.
Politics11 hours ago
BREAKING: APC accuses PDP of ‘colluding’ with INEC to postpone election
News3 days ago
BREAKING: Boko Haram attack Borno Governor’s convoy, many feared killed
News2 days ago
JUST IN: ISWAP claims attack on Borno governor’s convoy, says it killed 42 people
News12 hours ago
BREAKING: PDP rejects postponement of general election
Politics6 days ago
My husband has been ordained as Nigeria’s next president —Titi Atiku Abubakar
News4 days ago
NOUN appoints ex-army spokesman, Usman Kukasheka faculty member
News4 days ago
Court remands Babachir Lawal in EFCC custody
Politics12 hours ago
BREAKING: INEC postpones presidential election till February 23