Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello has appointed Jibrin Ndace, a Correspondent with Blueprint newspapers as his new Chief Press Secretary, CPS.
Ndace assumed office on Friday to replace Dr. Ibraheem Dooba who was forced to resign.
The new CPS, who is an English graduate from Bayero University, Kano was born on August 17, 1974. He had a stint as a lecturer in communication skills at the Kaduna Polytechnic before joining the services of Bifocal company, publishers of Market Magazine.
He was a pioneer management staff of Blueprint newspapers, Abuja at its debut in 2011 and was the Defence Correspondent until his new appointment.
In a maiden meeting with journalists covering Government House, Ndace solicited for the cooperation of all journalists in the state for the success of his duty.
He pledged to open a new chapter in ensuring very cordial relationship between the media and the government for the development of the state.
The CPS called on journalists to partner with the state government in the development of the state while assuring that the welfare of Government House Press crew will receive priority attention.
“My duty is to ensure that we work together as a team. This appointment is an opportunity to contribute my quota to the development of the state. I therefore appeal for the support and cooperation of all journalists and media establishments for a collective success”, he said.

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