The Plateau State Government has approved the appointment of 11 permanent secretaries to fill vacant positions that exist in the state civil service.
The approval is contained in a statement by the Head of Civil Service, Mr Sunday Hyat on Thursday in Jos.
According to the statement, the appointments, in addition to filling vacant positions, is to facilitate and enhance the implementation of governments’ policies, programmes and projects within its ministries, departments and agencies.
“The Executive Governor of Plateau State, Simon Lalong has approved the appointment of 11 new permanent secretaries.
“These are Mr Farmson Choji from Barkin Ladi Local Government Areas, Mr Awos Peter from Bokkos, Mr Lamba Bot from Jos North and Mr Abus Izang from Jos North.
“Others are Mrs Rebecca Shaseet from Kanke, Mr Vincent Niyel from Mikang, Mr Horlong Hoomkwap from Quanpan, Mr Fidelis Daboer from Quanpan, Mr Daniel Lenge from Riyom, Mr Albert Chaimang from Riyom and Mrs Sadiya Yero from Wase.
The head of service wished the new appointees success in their new endeavours, saying that government would continueto give maximum attention to effective and efficient service delivery within its available resources.
He said that the state government also required its workers to be more committed, productive and loyal in their discharge of duties.