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FCTA HONOURS 31 RETIREES

 

The Federal Capital Territory Administration ( FCTA) has honoured 31 retired senior officials, for their commitment to the services of the Administration.

The FCT Minister of State, Dr Mariya Mahmoud, who at a dinner presented various awards to the retirees who left active service between 1st April to 30th June 2023, said their sacrifices while in service were the sure pillars upon which the administration’s successes stand.

Dr. Mariya Mahmoud, commended the retired directors remarked that while in active service adding that they exhibited examplary character and commitment to duty that ensured the administration delivered excellent services to the residents.

She urged them to continue offer valuable guidance to those still in service as their wealth of wisdom is still much needed.

In his remarks, the FCTA Permanent Secretary, Olusade Adesola, said the retired senior citizens’ records of service were inspiring as it was unblemished, hence the need to celebrate them.

The Acting Director of Reform Coordination and Service Improvement, Dr Jumai Ahmadu, who headed the planning committee, explained that the administration was appreciating the sacrifices the retirees made, and also inspiring the young ones who are still in service.

According to her, the presentation of gift items to the retirees was a token of appreciation for their outstanding performances.

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