Kano state governor's special assistant on graveyards resigns

Kano state governor's special assistant on graveyards resigns

- Special assistant on graveyards to Kano state governor, Yakubu Nagoda, has resigned

- Nagoda in a letter dated Saturday, August 4, thanked the governor for giving him the opportunity to work with him

- The former special assistant on graveyards did not state the reason for his resignation

The special assistant on graveyards to Kano state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, Yakubu Nagoda, has resigned, The Cable reports

This is coming a day before the deputy governor of the state, Hafiz Abubakar, resigned as a result of “irreconcilable differences” between him and the governor.

NAIJ.com gathered that Nagoda in a letter dated Saturday, August 4, addressed to the secretary to the state government, thanked the governor for giving him the opportunity to work with him and the people of the state.

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He however, did not state the reason for his resignation.

He wrote: “I regret to write and inform you my resignation as special assistant to his excellency, the executive governor of Kano state on graveyards.”

“I thank his excellency for giving me this opportunity to work with him and the entire people of Kano state.

“I hope you will convey my resignation to his excellency. Thank you.”

Kano state governor's special assistant on graveyards resigns

Yakubu Nagoda, special assistant on graveyards to the governor of Kano state, in a letter dated August 4 resigned. Photo credit: The Cable

NAIJ.com previously reported that the deputy governor of Kano state, Hafiz Abubakar, on Sunday, August 5, resigned his position and returned to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

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Abubakar, an ally of Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, the former governor of the state in a letter dated Sunday, August 5, and addressed to Abdullahi Ganduje, the state governor, he said he was resigning as a result of “irreconcilable differences” between them.

The sudden resignation of the deputy governor may not be unconnected to the planned commencement of impeachment process against him on Monday, August 6, by 31 members of the state house of assembly.

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