Governor Masari appoints new SSG, chief of staff
Governor Aminu Masari has appointed Muntari Lawal as the substantive secretary to the state government (SSG).
The governor confirmed the appointment in a statement issued by his media aide Al-Amin Isa.
The statement added that Mr Masari also approved the appointment of Bature Umar-Masari as his new chief of staff.
According to the governor, the two appointments are with immediate effect.
Mr Lawal, before his confirmation, was the chief of staff to the governor and also acting SSG following the resignation of Mustapha Inuwa.
Mr Umar-Masari was the principal private secretary to the chief of staff.
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