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#Kankara: Zamfara Dissolves Committees For Installation Of Gov. Matawalle As Shetima Of Sokoto

The Zamfara State Government on Tuesday announced the dissolution of all committees set up for the turbaning of Gov. Bello Muhammad Matawalle as Shatima of Sokoto.

The Chairman of the Central Committee of the event and former Minister of State for Finance, Amb. Bashir Yuguda, who announced the dissolution, explained that the decision was taken in consideration of the tragedy of abduction of school children in neighboring Katsina State.

He said Zamfara State Government had to show concern over what happened in Katsina State and that Matawalle had to shown concern over the development.

The government urged all concerned stakeholders in the event and citizens of Zamfara State to continue to pray for the governor to succeed.

Yuguda said the Zamfara State Government was also concerned over the recent resurgence of COVID-19 and taken measures aimed at ensuring that COVID-19 pandemic protocols were observed by the people.

The Sokoto Sultanate Council recently awarded the title of Shatiman Sokoto to the governor of Zamfara State through a letter delivered to him at the state government house.

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