Governor Dikko Radda of Katsina State has recently made significant appointments for the State Anti-corruption and Local Government Service (LGS) Commissions. The Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Malam Ibrahim Kaula, confirmed the appointments in a statement to the press on Wednesday. The establishment of the Katsina anti-corruption commission by the Radda administration was a notable step towards ensuring transparency and accountability in the state.
The newly appointed heads are retired Justice Lawal Garba, who will lead the Katsina anti-corruption commission, and Alhaji Usman Mamman-Maska, who will head the local government service commission. The appointments are effective immediately. Additionally, seven new part-time members have been appointed for the Katsina State anti-corruption commission, along with seven new permanent members for the local government service commission.
Governor Radda extended his congratulations to the new appointees and emphasized the importance of their exemplary service to the government and people of Katsina State. He urged them to align their visions with the administration’s ‘Building Your Future Agenda’ for the benefit of the people.
Overall, these appointments demonstrate the government’s commitment to combatting corruption and improving the efficiency of the local government service in Katsina State.