The deputy governor said that the terms of reference for the committee outlined the crucial areas that required utmost attention and diligence.
Mr Gobir said also that the step was targeted at reversing the neglected conditions of the people and the environment.
One of the beneficiaries, Michael Dimas, who spoke on behalf of others, thanked the government for the gesture.
The union pledged its support for Mr Akeredolu’s administration and its faith in his ability to navigate challenging times.
“If there is any mistake I have made, I am just human and did not act out of wickedness because I am not wicked and I have a clean heart,” he said.
The process was initiated during plenary on Wednesday.
Mr Suleiman confirmed this during an interview with newsmen in Yola on Saturday.
The governor advised the union to shelve its two-day warning strike and congratulated the deputy governor on his new office.
The citizens of the three states, worst affected by insurgency in North East region, was further worsened by the subsidy removal.
“I am here to brief NEMA so that we can collaborate to ameliorate the situation,’’ he said.