Ishaku’s aide resigns appointment, says government is moving in circle without progress.

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A special adviser to governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba state, Mr. Sale Ahmadu, has resigned his appointment.
Ahmadu who resigned his appointment on Thursday in a letter addressed to the governor through the Office of the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Mr. Anthony Jellason, alleged that the Ishaku’s administration in Taraba state “is moving in a circle without any progress.”
He said the past two years was challenging in his life and faith, adding that he was being paid salaries without any responsibility.
This, according to him, is against his faith, “particularly in a government that has lost focus.”
He said, “Like the children of Israel in the wilderness,”the Ishaku administration in Taraba is moving in a circle without any progress.”
Ahmadu said he resigned so that he could be counted among those that have heard the voice of God to move forward.
The letter reads: “The past two years or so have been most challenging in my life and faith.
“I was paid salaries without any responsibility which is against my faith particularly in a government and party that has lost focus.
“Like the children of Israel in the wilderness, the present administration under Governor Ishaku is moving in a circle without any progress.
“I, therefore, want to be counted among those that have heard the voice of God to move forward.”

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