Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State has called on Nigerians, irrespective of their ethnic and religious differences, to steer clear of communal conflicts.
The Secretary-General of the IYC (Worldwide), Alfred Kemepado, said in a statement on Monday that only the implementation of the report of the Committee led by the Governor òf Kaduna State, Nasir el-Rufai, before the 2019 elections would…
The governor said in a broadcast to mark the 2018 Democracy Day that recent attempts by some politicians to use religious and ethnic card to foment trouble failed because the people ignored the bait and chose to live in peace.
Governor El-Rufai was reported to have promised to prevail on other northern state governors to replicate retrenchment of teachers and other cadre of workers.
Governor El-Rufai made the remarks on Wednesday in Kaduna when members Senior Executive Course 40 of National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies visited him.
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El-Rufai said this on Friday in Kaduna at a meeting with stakeholders and development partners to discuss modalities for the final selection of the new teachers.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the faction, led by Danladi Wada, had its state secretariat demolished early Tuesday on the orders of Governor Nasiru El-Rufa’i.
Security personnel were said to have been present when the demolition was carried out at the headquarters of the faction led by Senator Suleiman Hukunyi.
He said this on Tuesday while receiving an entourage of the Zamfara Council of Chiefs on a courtesy call in his office.
The Project Manager, Kaduna State Emergency Nutrition Action Plan, Shehu Makarfi, made the plan known during an interaction with newsmen on the general overview of the project in Zaria, Kaduna State.
The state Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Ja’afaru Sani, said at a news conference in Kaduna that 27.5 per cent would be added to all the teachers, while five per cent was incentive for teachers posted rural areas.
Dickson made the call on Friday in Abuja, while addressing newsmen on the recommendations of the APC’s Committee report on Restructuring led by Governor Nasir El Rufai òf Kaduna State.
The governor, who made the remark when he received officials of NYSC and PAIGAS who paid him a courtesy visit in his office, said the campaign instituted by the two on illegal migration was laudable.
The governor said at the ceremony in Kaduna that the government decided to establish the CCTV Command Center to boost security in the state.
It was his first public comment on the strike by NUT members, who were joined by the Nigerian Labour Congress.
The state NUT Chairman, Audu Amba, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Kaduna on Friday that the affected teachers would “reapply, sit for another examination and if passed, they will be reinstated to their previous positions’’.
The governor told newsmen after laying wreath to mark the Armed Forces Remembrance Day in Kaduna that the issue is being tackled head-on.