Nasarawa State Governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, has warned members of the State Executive Council, SEC, comprising Commissioners and Special Advisers against corruption.
Al-Makura, who gave the warning on Wednesday at the inaugural council meeting shortly after the swearing in of 15 newly appointed Special Advisers at the Government House Lafia, the state capital, maintained that his administration has no place for corrupt tendencies, and advised the new appointees who might see their engagement as an opportunity to amass wealth, to resign immediately as they would be disappointed at the end.
He stressed that his administration is anchored on the principles of probity, accountability and fear of God and urged members of the Executive Council to key in to the policies of government so as to deliver the needed dividends of democracy to the people.
The governor reminded them that the anti graft agencies were everywhere watching actions and inactions of every government official and that he would not stand for anyone found wanting in the discharge of his official responsibilities.
He, however, assured that his administration will create an enabling environment for members of his cabinet to contribute their quota in the development of the state in particular and the country in general.

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