Jigawa governor gets leadership award from MAAUN
Jigawa State governor, Muhammad Badaru Abubakar, restated the commitment of his administration to the emergence of “New Jigawa State.”
Badaru, in a statement by his senior special assistant (print media), Ahmad Muhammad Danyaro, made the disclosure in Dutse on Thursday while receiving an “Exceptional Leadership Award” in recognition of the administration’s excellent performance and giant strides in the health sector from Maryam Abacha American University of Niger (MAAUN).
The governor further stated that it is gratifying to see in “The New Jigawa State” the state is improving in key development indices among states of the federation and indigenes of the state are doing excellently well in their field of chosen endeavours all over the country and beyond
He commended the leader of the delegation, Ado Shehu Ringim, for choosing the state for the students’ internship training which has enriched the state’s health manpower despite interest from other states.
“This university is important to us for choosing five heads of departments who are sons of Jigawa State. The Speaker of Jigawa State House of Assembly, chairman House Committee on Health and many other senior officials are products of Maryam Abacha American University Niger,” Badaru Stated.
Speaking on the award, Badaru appreciated the university for recognizing his modest efforts in repositioning the health sector in Jigawa state, saying the award will make his administration continue with its selfless service to the people and humanity in all sectors.
In his remarks before presenting the award to Governor Badaru, leader of the delegation, Ado Shehu Ringim, said Badaru has remained consistent in his demonstration of unconventional courage in serving Jigawa State since coming to office in 2015.
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