Governor Radda Appoints 34 Special Assistants on Media Relations in Katsina State
In a move aimed at bolstering information dissemination and enhancing communication between the government and its people in Katsina State, Governor Dikko Umaru Radda has appointed 34 individuals to serve as Special Assistants on Media Relations.
This recent development, as reported by Katsina Reporters alongside the aid of the Governor’s Senior Special Assistant on Digital Media, Hon. Isa Miqdaq AD Saude, signifies the administration’s commitment to amplifying vital information flow and addressing public concerns within the Katsina State populace.
The appointed individuals include:
- Muhammad Ahmad – Katsina
- Hambali Tukur – Batagarawa
- Abubakar Yusuf – Charanchi
- Aminu Muhammad – Rimi
- Abubakar Haruna – Dutsin-ma
- Abubakar Salisu Zomo – Kurfi
- Imrana Sani – Safana
- Ahmad Sanda Umar – Batsari
- Sanusi Bello Ahmad – Danmusa
- Sani Idris – Jibiya
- Yunusa Abdullahi – Kaita
- Abubakar Abdullahi – Daura
- Nura Ilyasu – Sandamu
- Abdulbasi Bello – Mai’adua
- Musbahu Rabe – Zango
- Bishir Lawal Ibrahim – Baure
- Hamisu Salisu Mashi – Mashi
- Auwa Musa Dutsi – Dutsi
- Kabir Garba – Bindawa
- Shamsu Tukur – Mani
- Mahmood Hussain – Kankia
- Aliyu Isa yashe – Kusada
- Ibrahim Nasir – Ingawa
- Aminu Abdullahi Yahya – Funtua
- Abdulmajid Yusuf – Malumfashi
- Umar Usman – Kafur
- Nura Sani Garu – Musawa
- Shuaibu Abubakar – Matazu
- Muhammad Sale Kankara – Kankara
- Shuaibu Shehu Gata – Faskari
- Hamisu Rabiu – Sabuwa
- Hassan Shuaibu – Dandume
- Adamu Muhammad – Bakori
- Abdulbasid Sagir Dabai – Danja
The primary objective of these appointments is to ensure efficient coordination within government structures, validating the government’s dedication to transparency and effective communication with the citizens of Katsina State.
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Governor Dikko Umaru Radda, PhD, has expressed gratitude to the newly appointed aides and implored them to utilize their roles effectively in propagating accurate information through various media platforms.
Issued by: Isah Miqdad, Senior Special Assistant on Digital Media for Chief Press Secretary. 14/11/2023
Governor Radda’s Vision for Enhanced Information Flow in Katsina State
In a decisive move to strengthen communication channels and bridge the information gap between the government and the people of Katsina State, a recent development reported by Katsina Reporters has brought to light a significant stride by Governor Dikko Umaru Radda’s administration. This milestone, supported by the Governor’s Senior Special Assistant on Digital Media, Hon. Isa Miqdaq AD Saude, underscores a profound commitment to bolstering essential information dissemination and addressing public concerns within the Katsina State populace.
The appointment of 34 individuals as Special Assistants on Media Relations stands as a testament to the administration’s unwavering dedication to fostering a transparent and responsive government. These appointments are strategically designed to facilitate a more streamlined and effective flow of vital information, ensuring that the voices and concerns of the citizens are heard and addressed promptly.
Governor Radda’s foresight in establishing this cadre of media liaisons is a testament to his vision for an inclusive and well-informed society. By empowering these individuals, the administration aims to establish robust communication networks that transcend traditional boundaries, reaching every corner of Katsina State.
In today’s rapidly evolving landscape, access to accurate and timely information is paramount. The governor’s proactive approach in fortifying these communication channels signifies a deep-rooted commitment to transparency, accountability, and citizen-centric governance.
As Hon. Isa Miqdaq AD Saude aptly articulated, this initiative is not just about amplifying information flow but also about actively engaging with public concerns. It reflects a proactive stance towards addressing societal needs and ensuring that the government remains accessible and responsive to the aspirations of the people it serves.
Through the collaborative efforts of the appointed Special Assistants on Media Relations, the administration endeavors to create an environment where information is disseminated accurately and efficiently, fostering a more engaged and empowered populace.
Governor Radda’s unwavering commitment to enhancing information flow and responsiveness within Katsina State serves as a beacon for progressive governance. This recent development is not merely an administrative action; it signifies a profound step towards building an informed, connected, and participatory society.
As these efforts unfold, it is evident that the administration remains resolute in its pursuit of a more transparent, accountable, and people-centric government, promising a brighter and more inclusive future for the citizens of Katsina State.