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Abdullahi Mashi, the new Secretary of State at the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Health, has taken office, according to a press release from the ministry.

Mr. Mashi is one of the three permanent secretaries whose resignation was approved by President Muhammadu Buhari on June 29, according to Minister of State spokesman Boade Akinola.

Mr. Mashi took over Clement Uwaifo. Mr. Uwaifo had left the Ministry on June 28 and handed it over to the Ministry of Health's director, Evelyn Ngige, to direct the ministry's affairs until the appointment of a permanent clerk.

Addressed to the ministry directors and executives, the new permanent secretary emphasized the need to improve service delivery in hospitals, especially in accident and emergency departments (A & E).

He said this was very important to address the current worrying situation of patients across the country.

In this regard, Mr. Mashi urged the ministry's Servicom department to occasionally make unscheduled visits to hospitals to monitor service delivery activities with the goal of ensuring proper work ethics and improving efficiency.

The new Secretary of State said with the caliber of staff that the ministry owns, he is at home and ready to learn quickly to get used to his new office.

He also sought the cooperation of members of the Ministry of the Union, which he considered necessary for a peaceful working environment.

Mr. Mashi, an accountant by profession and an indigenous person of Katsina State, was appointed by the Federal Ministry of Communications.

Prior to his appointment as Permanent Secretary, he served as the Director of Finance and Accounts in Nigeria's Security and Defense Corps, Abuja.

Mr. Mashi graduated from Bayero University in Kano, where he graduated in accounting and graduated in 1983 in second grade.

In 2010, he earned an MBA in Financial Management from the University of Plymouth Business School, MBA program.

He worked with Bauchi's office division of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, the Treasury of the ancient Kaduna and the African Petroleum Plc, Lagos, as an internal auditor and a crop accountant.

He returned to the Civil Service in 1994, where he served as Chief Finance Officer of the defunct National Board of Community Bank for three years; In 1997, he was transferred to the office of Chief of Staff, where he served as deputy chief accountant for two years.

From: Ayodamola Owoseye
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