Hon. Richard Osaseyi extols Hon. Samari Abdulmalik Teina’s Appointment, Trusts in His Capabilities to Transform Kogi’s Land and Urban Development Sector
Kogi State, Nigeria – In a resounding show of support, the General Manager of Kogi State Signage and Advertisement Agency, Hon. Richard Osaseyi, has expressed his warm congratulations to Hon. Samari Abdulmalik Teina on his recent appointment as the Director General of the Bureau of Land and Urban Development.
With this new role, Hon. Teina is expected to spearhead initiatives aimed at transforming the land and urban development sector in Kogi State. The appointment was made in recognition of his vast experience, proven leadership skills, and exceptional commitment to public service.
Hon. Osaseyi, himself a distinguished public servant, expressed utmost confidence in Hon. Teina’s ability to deliver on his mandate. He acknowledged the immense responsibility that comes with the position, emphasizing the critical role the Bureau plays in shaping the socio-economic landscape of the state.
“Hon. Samari Abdulmalik Teina’s appointment as the Director General of the Bureau of Land and Urban Development is a testament to his outstanding track record and unwavering dedication to public service. I have full faith in his ability to drive meaningful change and propel Kogi forward,” Hon. Osaseyi stated during an interaction with newsmen in lokoja today.
He further praised Hon. Teina’s commitment to transparency, accountability, and sustainable development, asserting that these qualities would undoubtedly positively impact the land and urban development sector in Kogi State. Hon. Osaseyi encouraged the newly appointed Director General to leverage his expertise and experience to introduce innovative approaches that would improve the quality of life for the residents of Kogi.
The appointment of Hon. Samari Abdulmalik Teina as the Director General of the Bureau of Land and Urban Development signifies a significant milestone for Kogi State. With the support of Hon. Osaseyi and other key stakeholders, Hon. Teina’s appointment brings promise, optimism, and renewed vigor to the land and urban development sector, with the firm belief that positive change is now on the horizon.