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February 3, 2023

Ganduje Inaugurates Governing Councils for Kano Universities

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By: Jethro Katung

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje has inaugurated fresh governing councils of Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil (KUST) and Yusuf Maitama Sule University, Kano (YUMSUK). The event took place on Wednesday during State Executive Council Meeting, held at Africa House, Government House, Kano. Ganduje revealed that, “You are being appointed based on your proven track records.

“Your appointment is based on merit, capacity, capability, experience and your education. We are sure that you will provide enabling environment for the academic pursuit in these institutions of higher learning. “All the universities are known for their peaceful atmosphere. Of which you will do more to maintain that in our citadel of learning.” For Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil, (KUST),

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has Aliko Dangote who is retained as Chancellor and Professor Zubairu Iliyasu as Pro-Chancellor and Chairman Governing Council. Members of the Council are Prof. Hamman Mahmoud, Prof. Garba Kawu, Dr Clement Igbaji, Abubakar Jatau, A’isha Jafaru and Yahanasu Buba. While Yusuf Maitama Sule University, Kano, (YUMSUK) has His Eminence Eze Dr Eberechi N. Dick (JP), Eze Udo I of Mgboko Ngwa Amaise Aut. Community, Patron Abia State Council of Traditional Rulers, as the Chancellor and Professor J.D. Amin former Vice Chancellor University of Maiduguri and Federal University, Dutse, as Pro-Chancellor and Chairman Governing Council. Other members of the Council for YUMSUK are, Prof Muhammad Yakasai, Dr Rabi Jibrilla, Tajuddeen Dantata, Umar Abdullahi Karaye and Dr Binta Jibir Wudil.

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All the Chairmen of the two Councils, who spoke on behalf of their members, thanked the governor for the confidence he reposed in them for the new assignment. They all assured that, they would work tirelessly to prove their mettle. And to also take the two universities to greater heights in terms of academic excellence, productivity and moral standard.

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