UDU Alumni Ass. honours new Kwara Perm Sec, Hajia Habiba Salman Saidu

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…commends Governor AbdulRazaq over the appointment

The Usman Danfodio University Alumni Association, kwara State chapter has rejoiced with one of their members, Hajia Habiba Salman Saidu who has just been elevated  to the rank of Permanent Secretary in the state civil service.

 The association commended  the Executive Governor of the State Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for considering one of its active members worthy of that exalted position in the state.

 The Chairman of the  UDU Alumni Association,  Kwara State Chapter,  Dr Amuda-Kannike Abdulkareem made this known on Monday  (March 28, 2023) during a solidarity visit to the office of the newly appointed Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tertiary Education.

Dr Abdulkareem particularly expressed gratitude to the Governor for endorsing the appointment of  the Permanent Secretary which he said is long awaited and well deserved, having risen through the ranks in the State Civil service.

The association’s Chairman, according to  a statement signed by the Press Secretary of the Ministry, Mansurat Amuda-kannike, and made available to the pressmen, also congratulated the Permanent Secretary on the attainment to the peak of her Carrier, and lauded her sense of commitment and dedication, adding that she is a role model and  an outstanding ambassador of the Alumni.

Dr Abdulkareem  advised the new  Permanent Secretary to remain steadfast, focused and dedicated in the cause of duties so as to justify the confidence reposed in her.

In her response, the Permanent Secretary,  Hajia Habiba Salman Saidu appreciated the association for counting her worthy adding that the visit and show of solidarity would remain memorable to her
She encouraged them to be committed, dedicated and hardworking in order to excel at their various chosen carriers and shine as good Ambassadors of the Alumni.

Hajia Saidu also admonished the Alumni members on the need to impact positively in the society for the growth and development of the state and country at large.

The Solidarity visit had in attendance, the representatives of members of the Alumni  drawn from different Graduating sets


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