- President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed an acting Controller-General for the Federal Fire Service (FFS).
- The appointment was contained in a statement issued by the spokesperson for the FFS, DF Ugo Huan on Thursday, December 30
- The new appointee, Karebo Samson took over the saddle of the agency following the retirement of Dr. Liman Ibrahim, the FFS Controller General
Leadership reports that the spokesperson for the FFS, DF Ugo Huan on Thursday, December 30, made the announcement in a statement.
The acting CG, who took over the saddle of the firefighting agency in Abuja, following the retirement of the FFS CG, Dr. Liman Ibrahim, Daily Trust added.
While thanking the president for the opportunity to serve at a handover event, Karebo appreciated the minister of interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, for ensuring his emergence.
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It was reported that Wamakko, who was a former governor of the state, said that the special assistants were appointed in order to facilitate the delivery of dividends of democracy to his constituents.
He said that the new appointments were also aimed at further reducing unemployment in the state.
The governor also promised that more special assistants would come on board in the nearest future as he strives to better the lots of his constituents.