A local government area councillor in Kano State has announced the appointment of eighteen (18) aides to assist him in the discharge of his duties.
The councillor, Muslihu Yusuf Ali who represents Guringawa ward of Kumbotso Local Government Area in Kano State, said the appointment is to bring more development to the area.
According to the appointment letter sighted by Daily Trust, the councillor noted that: “This is to notify the general public of the appointment of my aides.
“Their responsibilities are to assist me to discharge my responsibility in various endeavours to ensure development, progress, welfare, security and wellbeing of Guringawa community,” he said.
Those appointed are Sulaiman Ibrahim Bako as Personal Assistant (PA), Yahaya Abdu Yahaya as Principal Private Secretary (PPS), Kamalu Garba LY as New Media Team and Usama Umar Zubair as Special Adviser on Religious Affairs.
Other positions are S.A Empowerment and Humanitarian Affairs, S.A Social Media, S.A NGOs and Social Investment, S.A Political Affairs among many other positions
Naija News understands that the aides will be inaugurated on Thursday at the Kumbotso Local Government Area secretariat.
Meanwhile, the 2019 governorship candidate of the Action Alliance in Imo State, Uche Nwosu, has asked Governor Hope Uzodinma to warn his aides from attacking his predecessor, Senator Rochas Okorocha.
Speaking with newsmen in Abuja on Wednesday, Nwosu urged the governor to reign in his aides so as not to let the feud between him and Okorocha escalate.
He described the faceoff between the duo as uncalled for and urged the APC leadership to broker peace between the two leaders in the interest of the party.
Nwosu, who is Okorocha’s son-in-law, advised the governor to tread the path of peace, dialogue, and reconciliation and ensure that the state is not plunged into crisis.
Speaking on the quest for an Igbo presidency, Nwosu advised Igbo leaders to present a generally acceptable candidate if they are to get the presidential position in 2023.
He opined that only a candidate accepted and supported by all other zones could guarantee victory for the Southeast in the 2023 presidential race, rather than one that would be seen as an Igbo candidate.
Nwosu expressed optimism that no matter the current differences among the Southeast political leaders, they would come together at the right time to pursue and actualise the Igbo agenda.