At his inauguration ceremony which held in Lokoja, the state capital, Bello announced the appointment of 20 aides and commissioners.
Some of the appointees were those who served with him during his first term in office.
The governor appealed to members of the state house of assembly to screen the nominees in earnest to enable full take-off of government activities.
Bello hinted that the blueprint of his second tenure would be out within the next 90 days, adding that welfare of the people would be prioritised.
“By the grace of God, the oath of office I have just taken is a pact to do right to all citizens as the … executive governor of Kogi state,” he said.
”In this second and concluding term of my constitutional tenures as governor, it shall be the principal preoccupation of my administration to deliver good governance.”
Folashade Ayoade-Arike and Asuku Jamiu were retained as secretary to the state government and chief of staff respectively, while Sunday Faleke was named deputy chief of staff.
The commissioner nominees are Mohammed Sani, Asiru Idris, Abubakar Ohere, David Apeh, and Joseph Okwoli.
Others are O’Neil Ejigbo, Idris Musa, Wemi Jones, Fanwo Kingsley, Isah Idachaba, Ozigi Deedat, Bashir Gegu, Abdulminu Sadiq, Dr Saka Audu, Adewale Victor Omofaiye, Fatima Buba and Gabriel Olofu.
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