Bauchi State Ministry of Education has updated its website following the resignation of its erstwhile commissioner, Dr Aliyu Usman Tilde.
This comes after WikkiTimes reported that the ministry was still portraying Tilde [on its website] as its commissioner barely two weeks after he resigned. Tilde claimed he left to assist an associate who was in “dire” need of his service.
At the time WikkiTimes did the report, Tilde’s picture and biography were on the ministry’s website as the current boss piloting its affairs.
However, the ministry, following the story updated the website and leave empty the spot featuring the commissioner’s portfolio. Although an inquiry sent to the ministry was not responded to.
Tilde was appointed commissioner by Governor Bala Mohammed in 2019 and retained his position even after a cabinet reshuffling about a year ago.
The former commissioner sent his resignation letter to the governor on December 1, but was approved four days after.
“A few minutes ago, Today, 5 December 2022, I received a letter from the Secretary to the Government conveying my release by His Excellency. In it, the Secretary conveyed ‘the appreciation of the Executive Governor for your contribution to the Education Sector and wish you well in your future endeavour,” he posted on his Facebook page.