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By Joseph Erunke

ABUJA–DR Nasir Sani Gwarzo has assumed office as the  new Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development.

A statement, Tuesday, by the ministry, through its Deputy Director, Information,Rhoda Ishaku Iliya,said the development followed the recent redeployment of some permanent secretaries in the Federal  Civil Service, by President Muhammad Buhari.

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“Dr. Gwarzo took over from Bashir Nura Alkali, who was redeployed to the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing,”the statement said.

It read further:”In his handing over address, the out – going Permanent Secretary, Bashir Nura Alkali, stated that the Ministry was established in 2019 by Mr President to coordinate all humanitarian activities in the country.

“Alkali informed his successor about the Mandate, Operations and Achievements of the Ministry. He wished his successor well in his new assignment and urged management and staff to accord him the necessary support and cooperation.

“The high point of the ceremony was the presentation of the handing over note by Bashir Nura Alkali to the the incoming Permanent Secretary Nasir Sani Gwarzo to guide him on the activities of the Ministry.

“In his maiden address, the new PS, Dr. Nasir Sani Gwarzo said he was in the Ministry to help the Honourable Minister achieve the mandates of the Ministry.

“Speaking further Gwarzo said that investing in the welfare of staff is one of his priorities and expressed optimism that staff will reciprocate the good gesture by been more committed and dedicated to their duties.

“Earlier, the Director Department of Humanitarian Affairs, Alhaji Ali Grema welcomed the new PS and promised him the full support and cooperation of all staff to succeed in his new national assignment.”

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