By Aliyu Dangida
Jigawa State commissioner of higher education, science, and technology, Professor Isah Yusuf Chamo has disclosed that the J-tech exercise will be free and fair, charged the screening officers to fear God in the discharge of their civic duties.
In a statement issued and made available to Hotpen by the commissioner’s personal assistance, Zakar Ya’u Namadi Chamo in Dutse.
Prof. Chamo disclosed this while addressing the applicants at the Zonal office, commended the officials for their professionalism and urged the candidates not to be worried as the whole exercise will be free and fair.
The commissioner explained that “the response and enthusiasm we have received from talented applicants are truly inspiring. I am impressed with the passion, dedication, and exceptional accomplishments showcased in your applications.
“As the interview commenced I assure all applicants that the process will be conducted with utmost transparency, fairness, and credibility.
“I also understand that waiting for the final decision will be an anxious time. We assure you that we will notify you of the outcome very soon.
“We kindly request your patience and understanding during this period
“We equally encourage you to stay connected with ministry and explore other opportunities that align with your goals and aspirations.
“Your commitment to education, personal growth, and making a positive impact in your chosen field is truly commendable, and we do not doubt that you will continue to achieve great things” according to the commissioner.
“Once again, we extend our sincere appreciation for your interest in our program. We wish you the very best in your interview and future endeavors”. Prof. Chamo noted.