The Commissioner for Youth and Sports in Taraba State, Joseph Joshua, has raised alarm about the whereabouts of some vehicles owned by the ministry. In a statement made over the weekend in Jalingo, the state capital, Joshua expressed his determination to establish a process to uncover the mystery behind the missing vehicles.
He revealed that his office has finalized plans to conduct an investigation into the entire management staff of the ministry. The missing vehicles, which were already absent from the ministry when he assumed his position, include an ambulance, a 504 Peugeot, a Toyota Hilux, and a Coaster bus.
Joshua alleged that a former commissioner of the ministry had taken the 504 Peugeot, while a director from the ministry had taken possession of the Toyota Hilux. He expressed disbelief that someone could abscond with government property worth millions of naira and potentially sell it, stating that he is determined to succeed and unafraid of any attempts to thwart his efforts.
Additionally, the commissioner expressed disappointment with the behaviour of one of his directors, who reportedly travelled out of the state without obtaining the ministry’s approval. He regarded this action as a violation of civil service regulations and emphasized that he intends to bring about a change in the way things are done.
He reaffirmed his commitment to working with individuals who share the vision of the current administration and are aligned with the leadership of Governor Agbu Kefas.
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