Zulum sets up Borno advisory panel on governance | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Zulum sets up Borno advisory panel on governance | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Babagana Zulum

Zulum sets up Borno advisory panel on governance | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum , has inaugurated an Advisory Committee on Governance and Development (ACGD) for the implementation of a 25-year development plan.

According to him, the 11-member committee is to create inclusiveness and opportunities in people’s affairs and destinies in the state. He noted that the security of life and property should be sustained in the development process of Borno.“We’re innovating and looking for different options and strategies to enable us leverage on both human and capital resources to perform the tasks of governance effectively in the various sectors of the economy.”

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Usman Sarki-led panel, yesterday, in Maiduguri, he said: “Peace and security are critical to the development of any society.” According to him, the 11-member committee is to create inclusiveness and opportunities in people’s affairs and destinies in the state. Alimi noted that it was expedient for the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr Chris Ngige and other relevant government agencies to investigate the abuse of Nigerians and their fundamental human rights as well as the monumental fraud going on in the nation’s seaports. He noted that the security of life and property should be sustained in the development process of Borno. His steadfastness has seen him strike multiple streams of income and influence, and he’s on the verge of beating the odds as the United Kingdom’s most successful Nigerian self-made property millionaire. “We’re innovating and looking for different options and strategies to enable us leverage on both human and capital resources to perform the tasks of governance effectively in the various sectors of the economy. Amos Fasanya, who was allegedly arbitrarily disengaged from the employment of Tin-Can Island Container Terminal Limited (TICT) on December 31 2021, on grounds of his stance against the atrocities committed by some of the expatriates in the company.” In this article . “Two other people got injured in the blast.