Terengganu reshuffles 50 posts, not due to new leadership, says state secretary


KUALA TERENGGANU: Fifty officials of various government departments and agencies in Terengganu will be involved in a reshuffle effective from June 2.

State Secretary Datuk Mazlan Ngah said the reshuffle follows the mandatory retirement of two senior state officials, the State Financial Officer, Datuk Mat Razali Kassim and the Director of State Land and Mines Office, Datuk Tuan Mamat Tuan Ngah.

He denied the reshuffle was carried out following a change in the state leadership after Datuk Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman took over as Mentri Besar.

He said that the revamp was routine, caused by the mandatory retirement of two of the state's senior officials and had nothing to do with the changes in the state leadership.

"Mat Razali will be succeeded by Datuk Osman Muda, who is currently the general manager of the State Economic Development Corporation (PMINT).

"The director of the Terengganu Water Supply Company, Datuk Wan Zahari Wan Ngah, will take over the post of PMINT general manager," he told reporters at a press conference.

Setiu district officer, Mohamad Nor Ibrahim, has been selected to take over from Tuan Mamat as director of the State Land and Mines Office.

Also involved in the transfers are Kuala Terengganu district officer, Wan Nawawi Wan Ismail, who will hold the post of Deputy State Secretary (Development); Marang District head, Samiun Salleh, to Deputy State Secretary (Management); and Principal Assistant State Secretary (Development), Idham Mustafa, to become private secretary to the Mentri Besar.

Other officials affected by the reshuffle include Deputy State Secretary (Development), Datuk Zulkifli Mohamad (appointed Chief Executive Officer of Tesdec Sdn Bhd); Director of Terengganu Sports Council (MSNT), Zainal Abidin Hussin (Principal Assistant State Secretary (Local Government and Housing) and Principal Assistant State Secretary (Sports Special Events, T-Team), Ab Rasid Jusoh as Director of MSNT.

He said five heads of district and town councils as well as four district officers would also be affected by the reshuffle.

 "It is hoped that the reshuffle will benefit the management of the state, for the good of the people of Terengganu," he said. - Bernama


More stories on Terengganu crisis


Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 46
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Nation

Ismail Sabri: 31 BN MPs to continue supporting govt until confidence vote in Parliament
MMA aims to raise more funds for Covid-19 relief work in Perak
Take action against Umno MPs who still support Muhyiddin and Perikatan, urges Johari
King presents aid to needy families in Rompin
Covid-19: Don't rush to relax SOP for those fully vaccinated, says Health Ministry
Najib denies asking Muhyiddin for change of judges in SRC case
Flashback #Star50: Twins die
Covid-19 vaccination: 514,674 doses administered on Thursday (Aug 5), says Dr Adham
Midlands convention centre PPVIN closed on Friday (Aug 6) for coordination work
Vaccine inequity, misinformation biggest obstacle in battling Covid-19, says Hishammuddin

Stories You'll Enjoy


Vouchers