Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State emphasizes the paramount importance of securing the lives and property of citizens in his administration. During a meeting with the newly posted Commander, 301 Field Artillery Regiment Gombe, Col. Musa S. Ahmed, along with the outgoing Commander, Col Abu O. Ndah, the Governor reaffirms his commitment to diligently safeguarding the safety and well-being of the people.
Governor Inuwa warmly welcomes the new Commander and assures him of the State Government’s unwavering support for the Nigerian Army and other security agencies in their efforts to combat security challenges and maintain peace and tranquility in Gombe State.
In recognition of the commendable role played by the 301 Field Artillery Regiment Gombe in enhancing the state’s security measures and fostering peace, the Governor expresses his appreciation for their dedication and professionalism.
Furthermore, Governor Inuwa Yahaya commends the Nigerian Army as a whole for their commitment to duty and professionalism. He pledges to continue fostering a strong partnership and cordial relationship with them in their joint mission to combat crime and ensure safety in the region.
The Governor takes the opportunity to express gratitude to the outgoing Commander, Col Ndah, for his services and significant contributions to maintaining security in Gombe State. He extends best wishes for success in his new assignment.
On his part, the new Commander, Col Ahmed, requests continued support and cooperation from the government and people of Gombe State for the Nigerian Army. He emphasizes the importance of their collaboration to achieve success in their national duty and ensures his commitment to working in harmony with the state government and other agencies to uphold peace and order.
Col. Ndah also extends appreciation to Governor Inuwa for his unwavering support to the 301 FAR and the Nigerian Army, as well as other security agencies. He acknowledges the Governor’s commitment to safeguarding the lives and property of the citizens.
The Secretary to the State Government, Professor Ibrahim Abubakar Njodi, was present during the meeting, emphasizing the government’s dedication to the collective effort of securing the state and ensuring the well-being of its people.