Gombe State Governor Muhammadu Yahaya has urged the 500 inaugurated staff for the security, traffic and environment corps to ensure inter-agency collaboration with federal security officers.
The governor said that as a pioneering organization, it would be necessary to serve as state ambassadors while performing their duties without bias.
He made the revelation on Saturday during the Gombe State Security, Traffic and Environment Corps (GOSTEC) fainting parade in Amada, Akko Local Government Area.
Represented by his Deputy, Dr. Manassah Jatau, the Governor commended their perseverance in undergoing the rigorous two-week camp training, emphasizing that his administration would put in place all necessary measures to ensure the successful posting of the corps members. to their respective duty stations for immediate engagement in all 114 wards across the state.
Yahaya said, “As pioneers of this program, I urge all of you to maintain and strive to use the knowledge and skills you have acquired through your training to effectively discharge the responsibilities placed upon you. are assigned, without fear or favour.
“You must work smart and maintain professional relationships with other existing government agencies for smooth working relationships and betterment of Gombe State as you operate respectively. We expect the best from you in terms of performance, attitude and also to be good ambassadors of our programs and policies to improve the development of human capital in our beloved State.
Commenting on the state’s determination to achieve peaceful coexistence, the governor promised to partner with traditional and religious institutions to achieve development.
“We are optimistic that the engagement of these graduate personnel today in a variety of settings will significantly improve and strengthen traffic, safety and environmental law and order enforcement in the state. I implore all of us to provide them with the necessary support and encouragement to perform their duties well for our collective good.
“Our administration will continue to partner with all relevant national and international organizations, development partners, traditional institutions, civil society and religious groups to improve the living standards of our people and create jobs. decent and sustainable for the young and large population,” Yahaya mentioned.
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