Gov. Agbu Kefas Swears-In Mr. Paul Tino Maigida as New Head of Civil Service by admin | Feb 8, 2024 | Latest News | 0 comments ‹ Previous Governor Kefas Clinches Daily Asset’s Governor of the Year Award Related Posts Taraba State CAN Chairman Rev. Dr. Ben Ubeh Dies Count Me Out of Your Confusion, Gov. Ishaku Tells APC Hunters’ Onslaught On Bandits Yielding Results - Gov. Ishaku Commerce: Wukari New Yam Market Declared Open A photoshoot with the Governor during the swearing in ceremony of the new Head of Service. In a significant ceremony held at the Exco Chamber of the Government House in Jalingo, His Excellency, Dr. Agbu Kefas administered the oath of office to Mr. Paul Tino Maigida, officially appointing him as the new Head of Civil Service of the State. Addressing the gathering, Governor Agbu Kefas emphasized the meticulous process that led to Mr. Maigida’s appointment, underscoring his administration’s unwavering commitment to transparency and accountability in governance. He hailed the appointment as a new chapter in the state’s civil service history and urged Mr. Maigida to prioritize efficiency, stressing its critical role in advancing the state’s development agenda. In his acceptance speech, Mr. Paul Tino Maigida pledged to align his actions with the core principles of Governor Agbu Kefas’s “five-finger agenda.” He expressed his dedication to implementing reforms aimed at enhancing productivity within the civil service, thereby contributing to the overall progress of Taraba state. The solemn oath of office and allegiance was administered by the Chief Judge of the state, Justice Filibus Joel Agya, symbolizing the formal commencement of Mr. Maigida’s tenure as the Head of Civil Service. The inauguration ceremony marked a significant milestone in the governance of Taraba state, signifying a renewed commitment to effective leadership and service delivery under the stewardship of Governor Agbu Kefas. Share this:TweetEmail Related Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.