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Civil Service Commission Gets New Chairman and Commissioners

Civil Service Commission Gets New Chairman and Commissioners

His Excellency, Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku today swore in the Chairman Taraba state Civil service Commission in person of Chief John Mamman and four other commissioners of the commission.

Commissioner 1. Alh. Dauda Mamman
Commissioner 2. Mr. Julius Bitako
Commissioner 3. Hon. Philip kundila
Commissioner 4. Alh. Zubairu Abubakar

Similarly, Justice Emmanuel Dodo was sworn in as a member, Taraba state Judicial Commission.

The Governor charged them to be proactive and to put a new face in the Commission

The swearing in took place at the Government House Executive Chambers Jalingo and was attended by His Excellency, the Deputy Governor, Engr. Haruna Manu; PDP National Vice Chairman North East, Chief Barr. GT Kataps; the Secretary to the State Government and others.

Operation Ayem Akpatema 2 Kicks Off in Taraba

Operation Ayem Akpatema 2 Kicks Off in Taraba

His Excellency, Arch. Darius Dickson Ishaku commissioning some operational equipments for the operation.

The second phase of Operation Ayem Akpatema, a military initiative for the restoration of peace in the troubled parts of Taraba State has kicked off.

The exercise was declared open today by the Taraba State Governor, Arc Darius Dickson Ishaku.

Speaking during the event, Governor Ishaku said he was hopeful that at the end of the exercise, lasting peace would be restored in the state.

He commended the soldiers for the initiative and urged them to be guided by the lessons of the phase one of the exercise.

He advised the soldiers to use minimum force and to direct attention towards recovering sophisticated arms in the hands of those who were not expected to bear such arms.

Gov. Ishaku also donated and commissioned 26 motorcycles for the use of the soldiers in tracking criminals.

Speaking at the event, Brig-General Briggs Daniel who represent the General Officer Commanding, 3 Division, Jos, Major General Nuhu Angbazo, said the army was committed to the restoration of peace in the state and assured that everything possible would be done to ensure the success of Ayem Akptema phase two.