The governor also stated the way he prefers to be officially addressed, saying he wants to be recognised as as His Excellency, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule.
He urged members of the public to take note.
The governor made this known in a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary (Political Affairs and Special Services), Mr. Abubakar Sadiq Ishaq, in Lafia on Sunday.
Sule also announced his first set of appointments of nine Senior Special Assistants to work with the new administration.
Those appointed include, Mr. John Mamman, SSA on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs; Mr. Samuel Egya, SSA Governor’s Office; Mr. Yakubu Kwanta, SSA Youth Affairs and NGOs; Mr. Murtala Alhassan Lamus, SSA Special Duties; Mr. Ibrahim Abdullahi, SSA Investment and Economic Planning.
Others are, Mr. Thomas James, SSA Liaison Office Abuja; Mrs. Rakiya Alaku, SSA Women Affairs and Empowerment; Mr. Salihu Isyaka Ogah, SSA Deputy Governor’s Office; and Abubakar Iman Zanwa, SSA Legal Matters.
The appointments, according to the statement, took effect from June 1, 2019.
In declaring his first wife, Hajiya Salifat, as the First Lady of the state, Sule laid to rest the insinuations that his third wife, Hajiya Farida, whom he married two months ago, would be the First Lady.
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