January 20, 2020

Muazu Magaji, a former Engineer with Shell petroleum, who was recently appointed Commissioner for Works by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, has stressed the need for staff welfare, capacity building through staff training as he resumed officially at the Kano State Ministry of Works.

Engr. Magaji was received on arrival by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works in company of ministry officials. Magaji in his address to the Government officials stressed the need for unity of purpose, team work, and sincerity in carrying out official duties.

He told the ministry officials the welfare of the staff, capacity building through staff training and other engagements are among his top priorities.

He instructed heads of different departments to prepare a briefing on their structures, obstacles and on-going projects, before he visits the different departments of the Works Ministry.

Answering questions from news reporters, Engr. Magaji who was also a former Director of Projects at Sure-P said, he was prepared for the challenges ahead and asked the people of the state to pray for the success of the ministry and the administration of Governor Ganduje.

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Nwaorgu Faustinus

Nwaorgu Faustinus is a citizen of Nigeria, Mass Communication graduate, freelance writer, columnist, blogger, who contributes articles, commentaries, interviews and news stories to media outfits. He worked as a trainee at NTA Yola, Adamawa State where he covered Seminars, workshops, news conferences as well as political rallies amongst others from 2000-2001. After his internship, he went back to school to complete his education at the first private poly technique - OSISATECH where he obtained HDN Certificate with upper credit in Mass Communication in 2005. He lives in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State one of the oil producing States in Nigeria.