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Falgore emerges Kano assembly speaker

Yusuf Falgore (NNPPP-Rogo) has emerged as Speaker of the 10th Kano House of Assembly.

• June 13, 2023
Yusuf Falgore
Yusuf Falgore [Credit; Daily Post]

Yusuf Falgore (NNPPP-Rogo) has emerged as speaker of the 10th Kano House of Assembly.

Lawmakers nominated Mr Falgore shortly after the proclamation of the assembly by Governor Abba Kabir-Yusuf on Tuesday in Kano.

Mohammed Bello Butu-Butu (NNPP-Rimingado-Tofa) was also nominated as the deputy speaker by the lawmakers.

Thereafter, the house clerk, Ali Maje, swore in the duo.


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