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Governor Masari to increase salary of Katsina 364 ward heads

Governor Masari to increase salary of Katsina 364 ward heads

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Governor Aminu Bello Masari has pledged to look into the possibility of increasing the monthly allowances of ward heads as requested by the sarkin sullubawan Katsina, district head of Katsina, Katsina State.

The Governor also assured that the allowances would be increased in the 34 local governments to cover polling units in the state.

Alhaji Aminu Masari was speaking when he received a delegation from Kaita led by the sarkin sullubawan Katsina and District head of Kaita, Alhaji Abdulkarim kabir Usman who paid him a thank- you visit for the numerous projects in the local government.

The Governor told the Kaita delegation that he was displeased to have observed at a recent interaction with youths from Katsina residents in Abuja that a substantial number of them are from Kaita.

He therefore requested leaders from Kaita to mobilize their youths to stop rural- urban migration and take advantage of the potential offered by Abdallawa dam to improve their lots.

Alhaji Aminu Masari said his administration embarked upon rehabilitation and expansion of schools to overcome out of school syndrome in the state, adding that the effort was also meant to reduced overcrowding in classes by pupils and students in schools.

 

The Governor expressed gratitude to the delegation for the thank- you visit and show of solidarity with his administration.

Earlier leaders from Kaita led by sarkin sullubawa, Alhaji Abdulkarim Kabir Usman, a business mogul from Kaita, Alhaji Sabi’u Ibrahim Yahaya JIFATU and Alhaji Aliyu Girka praised Governor Masari for the provision of dividends of democracy in Kaita. Such projects, they said include a complete new Day secondary school, a new Yandaki- Abdallawa- Dankaba road and rehabilitation and expansion of several primary schools among others.

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