Gov Ganduje Signs 4 New Emirates, Deposition Amendment Bill Into Law

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Gov Ganduje Signing The Bill Into Law. Credits: Punchng.com

Feud With Emir Sanusi: Gov Ganduje Signs 4 New Emirates, Deposition Amendment Bill Into Law Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State on Wednesday assented to the Kano Emirs Appointment and Deposition Amendment Bill 2019, after its passage by the state Assembly, reports Punch Newspaper. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Kano State House of Assembly on Wednesday passed a bill establishing four additional emirates and four first class emirs in the state.‎ NAN also reports that the bill, initiated on Monday, passed first reading on Tuesday and scaled through second and third readings on Wednesday. Ganduje, who spoke immediately after signing the bill into law, said “This is what the people of Kano State want. “This will encourage active and deeper participation of people of Kano State, especially in the rural communities, in the affairs of the state. “It will also encourage active participation of traditional rulers in the areas of agriculture, education, health and security.” The governor also said that there was need to upgrade the traditional rulers, based on their historical antecedents so that aspirations and dreams of their forefathers would come true. Ganduje added that all other processes for the take off of the new emirates would be completed while letters of appointment and dates of Coronation of the new first class emirs would be fixed. The new emirates include Rano, Gaya, Karaye and Bichi. READ ALSO! More Nigerians Now Living In Extreme Poverty — International Labour Congress READ ALSO! 10million More Nigerians Have Been Lifted From Poverty Under Buhari — Presidency Says READ ALSO! Buhari Reacts To Boko Haram’s Threat To Kill Leah Sharibu READ ALSO! More Nigerians Getting Killed, Getting Poorer, Hungrier Under Buhari’s Incompetent Regime — PDP READ ALSO! More Nigerians Have Been Murdered In Attacks Since January More Than Entire 2017 — Amnesty International READ ALSO! 10million More Nigerians Have Been Lifted From Poverty Under Buhari — Presidency Says READ ALSO! More Nigerians Travelling Out Due To Economic Hardship, Over 500,000 Since 2016 READ ALSO! The Smart CEO: Top 5 Websites To Get Cheap Domain Name Registration]]>