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Again, another Bauchi commissioner resigns

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Bauchi Commissioner of Education Dr. Aliyu Tilde has resigned his appointment.

The politician made the announcement on his verified Facebook account, thereby saying he was awaiting the approval of this resignation letter by Governor Bala Mohammed, so as to enable him honour the invite of a friend who has enlisted his services.

Recall that Tilde is the fifth top appointee in the Bala Mohammed-led administration to have bowed out in the last three months.

Others who resigned were former Chief of Staff of Bauchi Government House Alhaji Abubakar Kari; former Commissioner of Finance Alhaji Nura Manu Soro; Special Adviser on Political Matters Alhaji Shitu Zaki and Commissioner for Commerce and Industries, Hon. Mohammed Al-Hassan Sadiq.

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The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) government appointed the scholar as commissioner in 2019.

His Facebook post reads: “A few minutes ago, Today, 5 December 2022, I received a letter from the Secretary to the Government conveying my release by His Excellency. In it, the Secretary conveyed ‘the appreciation of the Executive Governor for your contribution to the Education Sector and wish you well in your future endeavor…”

“With this, my tenure as Commissioner of Education has come to an end. I am happy to see the peaceful ending of what have been very exacting but fruitful years and will ever remain grateful to God who stood by me until the last minute.”

“It was natural that the above verse came to mind as I was taking a memorable snapshot of the office. (Inset) I pray that he will also be with me in my new assignment.

“I thank the entire people of Bauchi State for the cooperation they gave me and will ever remain grateful to the public servants with whom I have interacted over the 3 years and three months of my tenure. Of particular mention here are staff of the Ministry, the Zonal Offices and Schools; Teachers, PTAs, SBMCs, Development Partners, NGOs and volunteers.”

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