Kaduna OGP Gets New Citizen Co-chair
By: Femi Mustspha
The Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) under the Open Government Partnership (OGP) in Kaduna State have a new Co-Chairman in the person of Mubarak Abdulganiyi Al-Ameer.
In his appreciation, Comrade Al-Ameer said his nomination and selection are not only a personal milestone but a testament to the collective dedication of the vibrant civil society.
“Your confidence in my ability to contribute to such a crucial aspect of civic life is truly humbling. I am deeply grateful for the trust you have placed in me, this is indeed a viable process of an informed and empowered society, and I am eager to collaborate with every one of us to ensure that our endeavours make a meaningful impact.
“I recognize the significant responsibility that comes with this role, and I am committed to working tirelessly to foster transparency, inclusivity, and active citizen participation.
Together, let us bridge the gap and empower citizens to engage meaningfully in the decision-making processes that shape our communities.
” I extend my sincere thanks to each member of the civil society for your unwavering commitment to the principles of democracy and social justice. Your dedication is inspiring, and I look forward to collaborating closely with you all in the pursuit of our shared goals.
“Thank you once again for this incredible opportunity. I am honoured to serve alongside such dedicated individuals, and I am confident that, together, we can make a lasting and positive impact in our society.” He said.
Mubarak Abdulganiyi Al-Ameer promised to build on the achievements of OGP SAP II for the successes of OGP SAP III.
He assured the Citizens that the CSOs would continue to give them a voice in all matters that concern them.
The new Co-Chair also disclosed that the relationship between the state government and Civil society organizations in the state will be sustained.