The All Progressives Congress (APC) has constituted a five-member Ward Congresses Appeal Committee to entertain complaints arising from the conduct of ward congresses in Kano State.
Solacebase reports that speaking when members of the committee visited Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje in Kano on Saturday, its chairman, Dr Kabir Ibrahim, said they had been given two weeks to complete the assignment.
“The Committee will be sitting at the State Secretariat of the Alliance Progressive Congress(APC) to receive complaints, and we will be in Kano for the assignment for two weeks,” he told Ganduje.
He, therefore, urged anyone with any complaint pertaining to the just concluded ward congresses, to lodge the same with the committee.
He listed other members of the committee as Hajiya Murjanatu Aliyu, Hajiya A’i Maradun, Imrana Haruna and Najib Abdullahi.
Responding, Ganduje welcomed the committee and assured them of his support to accomplish their assignment. (NAN)
Meanwhile the All Progressives Congress (APC) has won all the 27 Chairmanship seats in Saturday’s Jigawa local government councils poll.
The results were announced by the presiding officers of each of the local government on Sunday.
Abdullahi Suleiman of APC was declared winner in Buji with 48,034 votes, while Sani Muktar of APC won in Gagarawa with 23,725 votes.
Musa Shuaibu of APC won in Guri with 27,878 votes, while Umar Baffa of APC won in Birniwa with 36,397 votes.
Mudassir Musa of APC won in Garki with 30,893 votes, while Adamu Sarki of APC won in Miga with 26,323 votes.
Uzairu Nadabo of APC won in Maigatari with 36,943 votes, Baffa Yahaya of APC won in Taura with 26, 716 votes.
Mubarak Ahmed of APC was declared winner in Yankwashi with 23,185 votes, while Sale Ahmed of APC won in Sule TanKarKar with 36,141 votes.