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ZMSG TO EXPENDS N1 BILLION NAIRA ON 200 FOREIGN STUDENTS

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Zamfara State Government is to expend a total of N1 billion naira for the sponsorship of the first batch of (200) indigents sent to Cyprus, China and Sudan to undergo their first degree in health related courses and engineering.


Special Adviser to Zamfara State Governor on Scholarship Matters Lukman Bisallah Majidadi stated this when he featured in the Thunder Blowers Online TV programme in Gusau on Sunday.


Majidadi noted that, the first batch of the 200 students sponsored by the state government were selected based on need assessment conducted and also the state human resource gap identified by his board.


He said so far students sent to Sudan Universities have completed their examination and two out of the eighteen a male and a female have emerged overall best in Nursing while only two scored average of (40) and (60) while the remaining scored (70) and above.


He also said though Coronavirus has affected those going to China for the Engineering courses, they have undergone their e-learning classes and conducted their examination while in Nigeria and that they have scored excellently well.


He said another batch will be sent based on the need assessment to be conducted ahead noting that the present administration of Bello Matawalle is committed to supporting education, and it’s development in Zamfara State.

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APC COMMITTEE SCREENS (28) LAWMAKERS IN ZAMFARA

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The APC screening committee sent to Zamfara State has screened (28) aspirants who are going to contest for the posts of members of Zamfara State House of Assembly.

The seven-man committee led by Hon. Babangida Tijjani Banki from Borno State assured that justice would be done to all the aspirants screened.

With the screening of the 28 aspirants, four constituencies may likely go into the primary election if consensus has not been reached between the candidates.

The state House of Assembly has the vacancy of only (24) members representing the (14) local government councils.

The remaining members of the committee include Hon Wakili Aliyu, Hon Abubakar Yarima, Faruk Ibrahim Tsiga, Hon Abdullahi Musa, Hon Adamu Ibrahim and Hajiya Fadima Ibrahim who is to serve as committee Secretary.

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GOV. BELLO MATAWALLE NAMES NEW EMIRS

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Governor Bello Muhammad Matawalle has approved the appointment of Alh Muh’d Bello Suleiman as the new Sarkin Zamfaran Zurmi (Emir of Zurmi).

He has also appointed Alh Aliyu Garba Marafa as the new Emir of Birnin Yan doto while Alh Muhd Aliyu was appointed as the new Sarkin Bazai.

The two emirs of Bazai and Birnin Yandoto were appointed following the signing into law the amended Zamfara Emirate Council Act 2022 which led to the creation of the two additional emirate councils of Yandoto and Bazai.

As for the new Emir of Zurmi he was appointed following the dethronement of the former Emir Atiku Abubakar by the current administration of Bello Matawalle

According to the statement signed by the Secretary to the state government Kabiru Balarabe, the Governor also approved the appointment of Alh Habib Lawal Habib khalifa as the new Bunun Tsafe the Senior District Head of Tsafe.

Both appointments take immediate effect.

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STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICER OF ZAMFARA POLYTECHNIC, KIDNAPPED

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The student Affairs officer of Abdu Gusau Polytechnic Talatar Mafara Malam Sanusi Kaura was among those kidnapped along Abuja-Kaduna express road on Tuesday.

He was kidnapped while on his way to the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) pre-mobilization training in Abuja.

Mr Sanusi Kaura was a former NASUU chairman of Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, Talatar Mafara.

It could be recalled that, some suspected bandits stormed the Abuja-Kaduna highway on Tuesday and kidnapped over forty, according to the reports by some national dailies.

The polytechnic authority through the school website urged the public to include the abductee in prayers.

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