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Dr. Edgar @ 60: Chief of Staff is a trusted Servant of Adamawa State – Gov Fintiri

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Dr. Edgar @ 60: Chief of Staff is a trusted Servant of Adamawa State – Gov Fintiri

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Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has described the chief of staff (CoS), government house Yola, Dr. Edgar Amos as a reliable and trusted servant of Adamawa state.

The Governor made the disclosure at the 60th birthday and formal retirement from civil service of Dr. Edgar Amos who is the former head of civil service in the state.

With a Public lecture on the topic; “Identity, diversity and solidarity: case for a nation praxis”, the gathering is aimed at honoring Dr. Edgar Amos on his 60th birthday and his formal retirement from the state civil service.

The Adamawa state government eulogizes the charismatic nature of the celebrant, whom governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri said they are proud of.

Represented by his deputy professor Kaletapwa Farauta, the governor stressed that Dr. Edgar Amos is an epitome of hard work and a dependable leader who always delivers on any responsibility or targets given to him with sincerity.

Governor Fintiri wished him all the best, praying God to open more doors of blessings upon him.

The former secretary to the government of the federation who doubles as the chairman of the occasion, Barrister Boss Mustapha said the celebrant has attained the height of their civil service career, describing Dr. Edgar Amos as a disciplined, reliable, dedicated person, and a lion in pursuing his objectives.

He notes that his character epitomizes what civil servants should emulate, wishing him well in his endeavors as he marks his 60th birthday anniversary.

The chairman of the occasion prayed to God to continue showering the celebrant with courage, wisdom, and grace, urging Adamawa citizens to work on strengthening the established unity amidst ethno-religious diversity.

Delivering lectures on the topic; “Identity, diversity, and solidarity: the case for a national praxis”, professor Umar Pate, said achieving national unity and integration in diversity revolves around equality for all, equity, fairness, social justice, and good governance.

He warned that injustice in the multi-cultural and diverse environment undermines national integration, reiterating the need for a framework for proper management of ethno-religious societies like Nigeria to achieve a united, peaceful, and developed nation.

The celebrant thanked God for His mercy, guidance, protection, and grace thus far, extending his appreciation to friends, family, and associates for their support.