Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade, has congratulated the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Gidahyelda Mustapha,on his 65th birthday.
Ayade in a statement signed by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Christian Ita, described Mustapha as a seasoned administrator, legal icon, technocrat and hummanitarian per excellence who has used his skills and wealth of experience to serve the nation.
The Governor said the SGF has raised the bar of corporate governance and administration as exemplified by his leadership of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.
While wishing him more years of fulfillment , blessings and good health, Governor Ayade said Mustapha’s patriotism and his track record of integrity are the hallmarks of a good leader.
“You have devoted your life to public service with extraordinary courage, resilience and tenacity of purpose as seen during the heat of the Covid-19 pandemic where Nigeria’s efforts was recognized globally.
“On behalf of the Government and People of Cross River State, I wish to commend your commitment and the incredible amount of work you have done and still doing for Nigeria. Happy 65th Birthday My Brother and Friend, Boss Gidahyelda Mustapha.”
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