Ramalan Yero Sacks Key Aides Of Late Governor Yakowa

Must Read

Presidency Reacts To Report Of Us Travel Ban On Nigerians

The Presidency says a reported plan by the American Government to place visa restrictions on some African and Asian...

Amotekun: Bring Back Bakassi Boys, Ohanaeze Begs Southeast Governors

  Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Worldwide has asked governors of south east forum led by David Umahi of Ebonyi state to...

Opponents Trying To Exhume Dead Case Against Me: Gov Abiodun’s Aide

  Adebiyi Adeleye, Special Adviser on Political Matters to Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun says some political opponents are trying...

Omo-Agege Donates Sports Equipments To Secondary School In Delta

According to reports, the deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege on Wednesday donated sports equipment to St. Peters Clervers College,...

Murder Of CAN Chairman Won’t Break Our Trust In God: Northern G

  The Northern Christian Forum of Nigeria (NCFN) says their trust in God won't be broken by the murder of...
Ardent Reader, News Freak, Socio-Political Commentator, Archaeologist & Pro-Democrat.

mukhtar-ramalan-yeroIn a bid to secure a firm grip on the affairs of governance in the state, the Kaduna state governor, Mukhtar Ramalan Yero, has relieved about five key aides of the late governor, Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa, of their appointment, and replaced them with his own men.

Informationng.com gathers that the state Commissioner of Information, Saidu Adamu, made the announcement on the state-run KSMC Radio and KSTV.

The aides given the boot include, Lawal Samaila Abdullahi, Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Abokie Galadima, Chief of Staff Government House Kaduna, Reuben Buhari, Senior Special Assistant Media, Yohanna Allamagni, Principal Private Secretary, Engr. Bala, Political Adviser.

They were replaced with the following, Hamza Ishaq Danmahawayi as SSG, Yahaya Aminu Chief of Staff, Ahmed Maiyaki Director General Media and Publicity to the Governor, Aliyu Samaila PPS, and Garba Madami as Political Adviser.

However, we gathered that the move by the new governor, who replaced Yakowa after he died in a chopper crash last November, was done in good faith as a step of taking full control of running the affairs of Kaduna State, and not aimed at sweeping away Yakowa’s legacy from the government.

- Advertisement -



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -