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We’ll Not Condone Roadside Trading, Illegal Motor Parks in Kano – New MD KAROTA.

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Adamu Aminu, Kano.

The newly appointed managing director of Kano Roads Traffic Agency, Bappa Babba Dan-Agundi has honourably called on the roadside traders and illegal motor parks in Kano to vacate their present illegal spots of running their businesses to avoid the embarrassment of the law.

Dan-Agundi made the call while briefing newsmen at his office, on Friday, the first day of his assumption of office to head the traffic control agency.

He said roadside trading has become rampant and an eyesore in Kano, which has been a nuisance to passersby using the roadside pavement and also causing traffic congestion to motorist and other users plying the metropolitan roads.

“This trend will no longer be accepted and we’ll do everything within the scope of our official capacity to stop the anomaly, he added,

Adding that his agency will not spare the indiscriminate establishment of motor parks within the metropolitan area.

” Such quacks motor-parks patronised by gullible travellers are a menace and posing threat to passengers and their luggage, we’ll descend upon them in a nearby future” he confirmed.

Bappa Dan-Agundi further warns motorists and other roads users in Kano to desist from any form of tampering with the law while driving to avert fine that will serve as a deterrent to potentials defaulters.

He also enjoins the general public and all stakeholders to abide by the tenets of law to re-brand Kano city roads as rough-free driving and full of law-abiding roads users to the betterment of all and sundry.

Dan-Agundi was an Immediate Ex-majority leader of Kano State House of Assembly represented Kano Municipal constituency for a single four-year tenure.

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JUST IN: Kano State Assembly Passes Bill To Creates New Emirates

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Adamu Aminu, Kano

The Kano State House of Assembly has endorsed the Kano Emirates Council Bill 2019, which seeks to create four additional emirates in the state.

First Weekly Magazine, recalled that the bill was sent to the House on Monday by the state Executive Council.

However, the house was in a rowdy session during debate on the bill on Wednesday at plenary and subsequently went into a closed-door session.

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Kano State House of Assembly Divides On New Emirates.

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Adamu Aminu, Kano.

Kano State House of Assembly was in a rowdy session on Wednesday, when members were sharply divided during a debate over the establishment of the new emirates bill sent to the house members by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje.

It was reportedly said that some members disagreed over the bill during the debate at the Assembly.

However, the Assembly members resists to agree on the passage of the new Emirate Council Bill 2019, which was sent by Ganduje to restore the four emirates that were dissolved by a Kano high court.

The Assembly members were said to have spent almost three hours in a secret session, ruminating the bill but failed to reach an agreement

The Kano State Government approved a new bill to restore the four emirates in Bichi, Rano Karaye and Gaya, after their nullification by a Kano High court.

Meanwhile, the House has adjourned till Thursday 5th December 2019 to continue debating on the bill.

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Appeal Court Uphold Ganduje’s Electoral Victory.

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Adamu Aminu, Kano.

The Kaduna Division of Appeal Court on Friday upheld Governor Abdullahi Ganduje’s electoral victory.

Reading the lead judgment on Friday, Justice Tijjani Abubakar in a unanimous ruling said Ganduje was duly elected

It can be recalled that the election petition tribunal led by Justice Halima Shamaki on October 2 upheld the election.

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