5 commissioners, political appointees resign in Kano

dae kano state governor abdullahi ganduje
dae kano state governor abdullahi ganduje

From Desmond Mgboh,  Kano 

Five members of the Kano State Executive Council have resigned their appointments  to pursue their political careers owing to the provisions in the new electoral law which prohibit them from continuing in office while seeking elective positions.

Those that resigned are commissioners for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs,  Murtala Sule Garo; Water Resources, Sadiq  Wali;  Budget, Nura Dankadi;  Education, Sanusi Kiru and Rural Development, Musa Kwankwaso. 

Information from the office of the Secretary to the State  Government also indicated that some Senior Special Assistants and Special Assistants have equally tendered their letters of resignations to the state government.

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A statement by Abba Anwar, spokesperson for Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, had given political appointees wishing to contest elective positions in 2023  latest Monday April 18,  2022, to tender their  resignation letters.

The governor said the directive was in compliance  with Section 84 (12) of the newly  amended Electoral Act. 

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