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APC transition committee presents report to Sokoto governor-elect ahead of inauguration



The All Progressives Congress (APC) transition committee in Sokoto State on Sunday presented its report to the Governor-elect, Ahmed Aliyu, ahead of his inauguration on Monday.

In his address after receiving the report, the governor-elect thanked the committee members for carrying out the assignment.

He said: “I thank you most sincerely for your tolerance, dedication, understanding, and maturity in ensuring the success of this assignment.

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“We are very aware of the challenges in carrying out the assignment, but you have exhibited a sense of maturity and endurance in making it successful.

“I and the Deputy Governor-elect, Alhaji Idris Gobir, will take time and study this important document.

“This is to ensure the proper implementation of the committee’s findings and recommendations for the smooth running of our administration.”

Earlier, the committee’s Chairman, Amb. Abubakar Makama, said the members worked diligently before arriving at the report.

“We have worked based on the guidelines outlined in our respective appointment letters.

“However, in line with the mandate of our appointment, we have experienced stiff resistance from some of the outgoing officials.

“This is specifically at the pilgrims’ welfare agency where the officials refused to acknowledge the letter of the sub-committees on a briefing about Hajj operation,” he added.

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