Niger Governor appoints Senior Special Adviser to help him keep to time

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If you haven’t heard that the Governor of Niger State, Alhaji Abubakar Sanni Bello, has a Senior Special Adviser (SSA),  Yusuf Waili for timekeeping and scheduling, then you’ve “carried last”.

We know you are shocked, so the Chief Press Secretary has deemed it fit to explain why the Governor requires a Time-Keeper.

He said,

Therefore, if time is money, we want to do all we can to save it, so that we can employ this valuable resource in working for the people. And if we’re going to divorce ourselves from the wastefulness of the past (e.g. African Time), we must do something emphatic to bring about that change. This includes engaging someone to keep our governor on schedule, the way it’s done elsewhere

Wait, so the Governor needs someone to keep him “on schedule”.

An alarm clock would have been LOADS more cheaper!

Meanwhile citizens in Niger state have on Monday expressed their total dissatisfaction and dismay over the way and manner the Executive Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello appoints political officers in his administration.The reaction began, especially on social media immediately after a press statement was released by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor.
The statement reads “The governor of Niger State, Malam Abubakar Sani Bello, has appointed Alhaji Shehu Umar Danyaya, a retired civil servant, as the secretary to the state government, SSG.Others appointed are Mikhail Al-Amin Bmitosahi, a former member of the House of Representatives, as the chief of staff; Dr. Ibraheem Dooba, a teacher and a columnist with the Daily Trust, as the chief press secretary; Haruna Mamman Vatsa as the director of protocol and Yusuf Waili as the senior special assistant, timekeeping and schedule.These appointments are with immediate effect.

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