November 29, 2022
KNHA suspends state Anti corruption boss Kano State House of Assembly

KNHA suspends state Anti corruption boss


By Usman Gwadabe


Kano State House of Assembly has suspended, the state Chairman of Public Complain and Anti Corruption Commission, Barr. Muhuyi Magaji Rimin Gado for a month.

Announcing the suspension during the House proceedings at the Chamber today, Speaker, Engr. Hamisu Ibrahim Chidari said the development would pave way for the House to investigate a petition written against the chairman in order to find out the true of the matter.
The petition was communicated to the House by the Office of the state Accountant General accusing Barr. Muhuyi for rejection of a Senior Accountant of level 15 posted to the commission.
The committee assigned to do the investigation were selected from House Standing Committees of Petition, Public Accounts (PAC), Finance, Anti Corruption and Judiciary.

Meanwhile, Kano State and Local Government Revenue Administration (Consolidation and Codification) Bill 2021 has passed second reading at the House.
The speaker who announced the endorsement of the reading, handed over the documents to House Standing Committees of Finance, Local Government and Judiciary for scrutiny and feedback the chamber within one month.
Earlier, Majority Leader, Hon. Labatan Abdul Madari (Warawa) who explained that their is need for the state and local government to harmonise revenue collection, added that the revenue generation is very important at this stage of the nation’s economy.
Some of the lawmakers that spoken the bill include Deputy Speaker, Zubairu Hamza Massu (Sumaila) and Hon. Garba Ya’u Gwarmai (Kunchi/Tsanyawa).

In related development, the House has adopted an interim report on Kano State Public Debt Management Office Bill 2021 presented by Chairman, House Committee on Finance, Hon. Magaji Dahiru Zerewa (Rogo).

Also, The House Clark, Alhaji Garba Bako Gezawa has moved for the first reading of Kano Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (KAMATA) Bill 2021.
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A gain, the lawmakers have endorsed a motion calling on the state government to take appropriate action on Caterpillar insects bedevilling some local government areas of southern part.

Presenting a Motion of Urgent Public Importance Hon. Muhammad Ibrahim appealed to the House to call on the state government to direct Ministry of Agriculture to find a solution for insects invaded some local government areas in the southern part of the state.
Hon. Doguwa said already those insects have destroyed many farm produce, urging for an immediate action on the matter.
Hon. Kabiru Hassan Dashi (Kiru) and Hon. Abdullahi Yaryasa (Tudun Wada) supported the motion.

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