28-year-old Female Lawyer Nominated Commissioner In Nasarawa

28-year-old Female Lawyer Nominated Commissioner In Nasarawa

  • Nasarawa state will in no time get one of its younger commissioners, Hannah Bala, in Governor Abdullahi Sule's administration
  • Hannah has already been nominated for the role as announced on Friday, December 10, at the state House of Assembly
  • The 28-year-old lawyer is a graduate of Nasarawa State Unity graduated who also attended law school and graduated in 2018

Hannah Bala, a 28-year-old female lawyer, has emerged as a commissioner nominee in the administration of the Nasarawa state governor, Abdullahi Sule.

Hannah's nomination was announced by the speaker of the Nasarawa state House of Assembly, Ibrahim Balarabe, during plenary on Friday, December 10, TVC News reports.

Governor Abdullahi Sule
Governor Sule said he wants more youths to participate in governance (Photo: Nasarawa State Government)
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At the plenary, a list of fifteen commissioner nominees was presented to the assembly for consideration.

The governor, through his chief press secretary, explained that the decision is to encourage and ensure active participation of the youths in governance.

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The young lawyer graduated from the Nasarawa State University Keffi in 2016 and proceeded to the Nigerian law school where she graduated in 2018.

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Meanwhile, the Nasarawa state governor had sacked all his commissioners, senior special advisers and special assistants in the state.

The governor made the announcement during an emergency state executive council meeting held at the Government House, Lafia on Monday, August 30.

Legit.ng gathered that Sule only retained those manning humanitarian services and sustainable development goals.

The governor, however, appreciated the sacked aides for the commitment and services rendered to his administration, stressing that his administration would continue to count on their support in the future.

Responding on behalf of the former appointees, Prof. Abdulkarim Abubakar, who until now was the state attorney-general and commissioner for justice, commended the governor for giving them the opportunity to serve the state and his administration.

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He assured the governor of their continued support ahead of the 2023 general election. Vanguard also reports that the dissolution has finally laid to rest rumours of eminent cabinet dissolution that had been making the rounds.

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