By CrossRiverWatch admin
Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has lauded his Cross River State counterpart, Professor Ben Ayade, for appointing Barrister Abdulkarim Adam Maigoro, an indigene of Kano State, as his Special Adviser on Non-Indigenes Affairs.
Thirty five-year-old Maigoro is one of the many Special Advisers and Personal Assistants Ayade appointed recently.
Ayade had described the Kano politician as “a grassroots mobiliser”. Maigoro has been involved in communal politics in Cross River State since he completed his University education at the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria.
Ganduje said he was elated that an indigene of Kano State was found worthy of appointment in key office in a state far away from his ancestral home.
He therefore congratulated Ayade for recognising talents, and promised to officially communicate his happiness to both Ayade and Maigoro.
Similarly, leader of Hausa/Fulani community in Cross River state, Sarki Salisu Aba Lawan, said they received the news of Maigoro’s appointment with profound happiness.
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