The Zamfara State governor-elect, Dauda Lawal, on Tuesday in Gusau, inaugurated a 60-member Transition Committee forward of Could 29 hand-over date, declaring that he was on a rescue and rebuilding mission.
The 60-member committee is chaired by a former Inspector Normal of Police, M.D Abubakar.
Talking on the inauguration of the committee, Lawal stated that the committee was tasked with the accountability of constructing mandatory preparations for a easy transition of presidency in Zamfara State.
He described the 60-member committee as an meeting of consultants with years of expertise in several areas, rigorously chosen to be a part of the transition course of.
“The change that the folks of Zamfara voted for is a change from insecurity, a lifetime of poverty, to a lifetime of safety, prosperity and luxury, accountability, and respect for the rule of regulation.
“The 60-member Transition Committee is constituted purposely to begin all mandatory preparations and to set the ball rolling for a easy transition of our new Administration within the State which is able to take impact on Could twenty ninth, 2023.
“The Committee is charged with the accountability of growing a transparent framework of liaison and establishing a channel of formal communication with the outgoing Administration and taking up by the incoming Administration for a profitable transition.
“The committee will have interaction Ministries, Departments, and Companies, and assessment the funds of the outgoing authorities with a concentrate on receipts, property, and liabilities, amongst others.
“The folks of Zamfara State have increased expectations; they selected us, believing we will rescue and rebuild our state.
“We additionally selected you as members of the Transition Committee as a result of we imagine that along with your years of expertise and experience, we will lay the muse for the incoming authorities to reach its rescue mission.
“With this temporary comment and by the Will of Allah, I, at this second, inaugurate this Transition Committee,” the Governor-elect said.