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Bagudu Bids Farewell, as Kebbi Local Government Chairmen Tenure Ends

Khadijat Saidu, Birnin Kebbi

Kebbi State Governor, Senator Abubakar Atiku Bagudu has bided farewell to all the 21 local Government Chairmen of the State whose tenure ended this Thursday, 4th of November, 2021.

The Governor received the outgoing 21 local Government Chairmen at the Council Chamber of Government House, Birnin Kebbi

Governor Bagudu shortly after holding a meeting with the outgoing going Chairmen expressed appreciation of the people and Government of Kebbi State for their invaluable efforts for the two years they served in their various localities.

He expressed delight with the performance of the outgoing Chairmen and the progress recorded during their tenure.

“They have in the best of their ability contributed to the progress in both state and local Government as a whole.

“I acknowledge the state government gratitude to them and prayed for them and for the Councilors who were Unable to come to Government House today.

“For some of them who the law allows them to contest for another term again, I wish them well in their endeavor.

Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu in a group photograph with the out-going Chairmen

“For those who the law prohibits from contesting again, they will be part and parcel of this government and beyond. Most of them are young we expect to see them playing different roles in our national life ‘, he added.

In his remarks the outgoing ALGON Chairman, Barrister Shehu Mashal who spoke on behalf of the outgoing Chairmen described there working relationship with the governor as cordial while expressing appreciation to the governor for the confidence he has in them.

He acknowledged the myriad of developments recorded in the 21 local Government areas of the state under Bagudu’s administration. 

On his part, the Hon. Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Hon. Hassan Muhammad Shalla also appreciated the performance of the outgoing Council and Chairmen, saying that they have put in their best for the development of the state.

“Their two years tenure have ended today. They have been very cooperative and hard-working,” Shalla averred.

He announced that the most senior officer will take charge of each local government area pending the time when the local government election scheduled to hold February, next year.

Stallion Times reports that the outgoing local Government Chairmen were inaugurated in November, 2019.



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