Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje has signed the new law backing the creation of 4 new emirates in the state.
The new law which sought the creation of new emirates and first-class emirs in Gaya, Rano, Karaye and Bichi, was unanimously handed by the state lawmakers on Thursday December 5.
Ganduje who insisted that the new emirates will facilitate energetic participation of rural dwellers in governance, stated the recent invoice was authorised by the state govt council and offered to the lawmakers on Monday December 2, following the nullification of Kano Emirs Appointment and Depositions Modification Legal guidelines 2019 by Justice Usman Na’Allah of the state excessive courtroom.
“As a law-abiding administration, we came and deliberated upon that at the State Executive Council. After which we sent the Bill to the State House of Assembly, seeking for the creation of 4 additional Emirates, namely Bichi, Rano, Gaya and Karaye,” he stated.
He additional defined that “After successfully passing the Bill by the House, here we are, as you are all witnessing the singing of the Bill into a Law. And our Emirates have come to stay.”
All issues regarding the new Emirates have been achieved, in accordance with the governor “To bring development closer to the people. We need sustainable socio-economic development for our dear state. We need further improvement in the security system and well being of our people.”
The new law will give the state 5 emirates, together with the Kano Emirate headed by Muhammadu Sanusi. The state home of meeting has additionally authorised Mr Ganduje’s request to nominate 25 particular advisers.