- Five female special advisers have been appointed by Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano state
- One of the appointees, Hajiya Maikano Bichi is a former commissioner for women affairs in the state
- A statement from the office of the governor noted that the appointments are with immediate effect
Kano state governor, Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has approved the appointment of five female special advisers.
Those appointed include Hajiya Fatima Abdullahi Dala, as special adviser, child welfare and women mobilization, Dr Fauziyya Buba, special adviser, health services management, Hajiya Aishatu Jaafaru, special adviser, school feeding programme.
Others are Hajiya Hama Ali Aware, special adviser, foreign investment and Hajiya Yardada Maikano Bichi, special adviser, Non-Governmental Organizations.
A statement from the office of the governor noted that the appointments are with immediate effect.
One of the appointees, Hajiya Maikano Bichi is a former commissioner for women affairs in the state.
Governor Ganduje directed all the appointees to prove their mettle while discharging their assigned responsibilities in office.
“You should make sure that all government policies and programme related to your respective offices, and even beyond, are observed with all sense of ownership and responsibility.
“You should also understand the dire need for the use of modern technology in your official engagements. So as to comply with global best practices,” the governor stated.
Meanwhile, persons of the opposite genders can no longer ply the same commercial tricycles in Kano state.
An official announced that the ban from the Kano state government takes effect from January 2020.
This was disclosed by Governor Ganduje on Wednesday, December 25, at the closing ceremony of 77th annual Islamic Vacation Course (IVC).
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