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NAKATSS National Body: Comrade Bichi defeated toughest rivals to emerges President

NAKATSS National Body: Comrade Bichi defeated toughest rivals to emerges President

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It was a mouth watering contest between five Presidential Aspirants to the National Association of Katsina State Students (NAKATSS – National Body). But the heated race was between two Arch-rivals : Comrade Sulaiman Usman Musawa (aka Bichi) and Comrade Sulaiman Rabo Sule (aka SRS).

Senators and delegates from across the four Zones (Katsina, Kano, Kaduna and Sokoto) converged at the convention ground on Fridays and Saturdays to witness manifestation session and then decides on who the cap fits better. And the end, their decisive decision centralised on Comade Bichi who won the Presidential seat with a difference of three votes.

Comrade Bichi as popularly known by many, was the former Secretary General and subsequently former President of the Students Union Government of the renowned Federal College of Education Bichi, Kano State.

Upon receiving his certificate of return as president-elect, Comrade Bichi made a short comment by saying ‘God willing we will fulfil our campaign promises. But this will not be achievable until we get all the necessary support from the over 2 million Katsina State Students across the globe. And in doing so, we will work round the 14 Management principles of Henry Payol’.

Among the winning aspirants are: Ibrahim Abba Muhammad (Vice Presient I), Hashim Ibrahim Bello (Vice President II), Ammani Muhammad Garba (Secretary General), Ibrahim Mu’azzam Yusha’u (Financial Secretary), Buhari Usman Daudawa (PRO I), Abdullahi Idris Garkuwa (Treasurer), Ahmad Salisu Karofi (Assistant Secretary General), Husamatu Sani (Welfare), Umar Bature (Liaison Officer).

Others are Yusuf Abubakar Sadiq (Director of Socials), Isah Yahaya (Auditor General) and Aminu Lawal Bawasa (Public Relations Officer II).

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