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Bomoi, A Silent Worker In Abuja Administration, By Ibrahim Biu

Alhaji Biu

Recently, the Distinguished Nigerian Magazine, at its 7th anniversary of publishing, honoured 15 Nigerians with merit awards, certificates and plaques for distinguishing themselves in their various areas of endeavours.
One of the recipients of the distinguished Nigerian awards is Alhaji Ibrahim Mohammed Bomoi, the current Director of Treasury in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), Abuja. Bomoi is a bureaucrat whose efforts and altruistic spirit have distinguished him as a quiet but hard working civil servant. Like an ideal civil servant, he prefers not to be seen but to work continuously and silently to the satisfaction of his bosses.
The award simply signifies Bomoi’s exceptional public service who could best be described as a role model and a patriotic officer whose wealth of experience and versatility has impacted positively on the activities of the FCTA.
Since he assumed office in 2012, Bomoi, from Yobe state, has been identified with the virtue of
commitment, trustworthiness, commitment, professionalism. loyalty and meticulous discharge of assignments.
He transferred his services from Yobe/Borno state governments to the federal civil service several years ago and since then, had moved up the ladder to become the Director of Treasury. He has been able to reshape its financial base and meet up with the aspirations of the people in relation to the numerous projects being undertaken for the development of Abuja.
Apart from this, Bomoi is a detribalized Nigerians who has assisted many youths to get jobs and admission into institutions of higher learning across the country and even outside Nigeria. Bomoi has actually done his job very well over the years and has received commendations from many previous FCT ministers as well as private and public institutions, for his professionalism.
Ibrahim Bomoi who is famous for his simplicity has won many awards for his diligence in all the assignments he has handled. He is, indeed, an embodiment of humility, a personality whose success story is characterized by doggedness and integrity, a man who is always in the forefront when it comes to promoting truth, justice and fairness and in giving quality service to the society.
Bomoi once confirmed to me that honesty is the bedrock to achieving greatness and that since he started his civil service career in Maiduguri, he had always strived to do his work very well. [myad]

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