Benue State Governor, Hyacinth Alia, has made significant appointments in the Benue State Local Government Service Commission (LGSC) and Principal Special Assistants (PSAs) on Community Relations.
These appointments, effective immediately, reflect the Governor’s commitment to enhancing governance in the state.
The newly appointed members of the Benue State Local Government Service Commission are:
(a) James Ivever – Chairman
(b) Humbe Mkena – Commissioner I
(c) Nicholas Gyegwe – Commissioner II
(d) Sule Ujah – Commissioner III
(e) Scholastica Lyam – Commissioner IV
These individuals, handpicked by Governor Alia, bring a wealth of experience and expertise to their roles, which will contribute to the betterment of the state’s local government service.
In addition, the Governor has named Principal Special Assistants (PSAs) on Community Relations, recognizing the importance of fostering strong relationships with various communities within Benue State. The PSAs appointed are:
Otitolaiye Stephen – Principal Special Assistant (PSA) Community Liaison (Yoruba)
Hon. Iwuchukwu Moses – Principal Special Assistant (PSA) Community Liaison (Igbo)
Hon. Baba Sallau Mohammed- Principal Special Assistant (PSA) Community Liaison (Hausa)
Governor Alia expressed his confidence in the qualifications and past achievements of the appointees, emphasizing their suitability for their respective roles. He encouraged them to align their work with his administration’s mission, vision, and policy objectives.
As these newly appointed officials embark on their roles, Governor Alia urged them to prioritize the interests of the state and demonstrate unwavering loyalty to his administration. Their dedication and expertise will be critical in advancing the state’s goals and ensuring the welfare of its citizens.
These appointments mark a significant step in Benue State’s governance, demonstrating a commitment to excellence and efficiency in public service.