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The Commissioner of Commerce and Industry in Bauchi State, Mohammed Alhassan Sadiq, has resigned.
The commissioner reportedly offered his letter of resignation to the Governor, Senator Bala Mohammed, during the State Executive Council meeting held on Wednesday at the Banquet Hall of the Government House.
His resignation letter, which he published on his verified Facebook page, late Wednesday night, partly read:
“Today, the 19th day of August 2020, I have honourably tendered my voluntary resignation as a Commissioner (Ministry of Commerce & Industries) and a Member of the State Executive Council in the Government of Bauchi State.
Today, the 19th day of August 2020, I have honourably tendered my voluntary resignation as a Commissioner (Ministry of Commerce & Industries) and a Member of the State Executive Council in the Government of Bauchi State.
“It was a rare privilege and opportunity to have served my state in such an exalted position. I thank H.E the Executive Governor – Sen. Bala A. Mohammed (Kauran Bauchi) for the wonderful opportunity accorded to me.
“In the same vein, I must appreciate my boss, H.E, the Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara for his usual support and the role he played in influencing same (his appointment)
“I sincerely thank all my colleagues in the EXCO and the Ministry, whom we have worked with as a formidable team. I have enjoyed the Understanding of my family at such a trying time.”
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