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Ganduje appoints chief executives of 9 agencies

12 June 2015, 07:27

‎Kano - Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has approved the appointment of chief executive officers of nine government agencies in the state.

Notice of the approval is contained in a statement signed by his Director General, Media and Communication, Baba Halilu Dantiye, in Kano on Thursday.

The statement quoted Dantiye as saying Alhaji Mustapha Buhari and Retired Group Captain Muhammad Kura are the new Managing Directors of the state Road Traffic Agency (KAROTA) and the Refuse Management and Sanitation Board (REMASAB) respectively.

He said Alhaji Muhammad Adamu had been appointed the Managing Director of Kano Urban Planning Development Authority (KANUPDA), while Alhaji Sani Gabasawa is the Managing Director of the Youth Directorate for Economic Empowerment.

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He added that Alhaji Abdullahi Yanshana had been appointed the Executive Chairman, Community Reorientation Committee (CRC), while Alhaji Nasiru Koki is the Executive Chairman, Pension Fund Trustees.

Also, Alhaji Zakari Bagwai had been appointed the Executive Chairman, State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), while Alhaji Hussaini Ganduje is the Executive Secretary, Senior Secondary School Management Board (KSSSMB).

Dr Fakhradeen Muhammad had also been appointed the Physician in the Kano State Government House.

The governor urged the new appointees to justify the confidence reposed in them by being dedicated to their duties.



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