The newly appointed commissioner of Justice and Attorney-General Ibrahim Muhammad was sworn in first, after which he administered the oath on the remaining five commissioners.
The commissioners remaining are Aminu Aliyu, Aminu Dan’Amu, Musa Iliyasu-Kwankwaso, Ahmed Rabiu and Aisha Jaafar.
Mr Ganduje in his remarks congratulated the new commissioners, saying their selection was strictly based on merit.
He urged them to work diligently to ensure that they deliver their best for the success of the administration. He added that his administration would not condone corruption.
The governor also thanked those commissioners that were relieved from their posts, and stated that they wont be left out of his administration.
He assured that they would be carried along.
The newly appointed commissioners were then assigned different portfolios. Mr Aliyu, an engineer, was assigned to the ministry of Works, Transport and Housing, while Mr Dan’Amu was assigned ministry of Finance and Economic Development.
Mr Kwankwaso is now the commissioner for Special Duties, while Ahmed Rabiu is posted to the ministry of Commerce and Industry and Hajia Aisha Jaafar to the ministry of Planning and Budget.
The swearing in took place at the coronation hall, with top government and party officials present, and thousands of their supporters and well wishers.