Ihedioha Appoints Northerner Engr. Hassan Yahya Babidi As SA To The Governor On Northern Affairs
By Iwedi Ojinmah 5 months ago
It was jubilation within the Northern Community as the Imo State Governor, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha has appointed Hassan Yahya Babidi Special Assistant (below) to the Governor on Northern AffairsRelated: Wanted IPOB Lawyer Ejiofor Reaches Out To The US, National Human Rights Commission And House Of Representatives For Help
The Governor called on the SA to use his new office for the
development and positive engagement of the Northern Community in his
administration, adding that the position is in line with the commitment
of State Government to matters and welfare of the Northern Community. He
urged him to carry everybody along as he represents the Northern
Community in the government.
Speaking to newsmen shortly after he was presented with his
appointment letter, Hon. Hassan Yahya Babidi who was the former
Chairman, Northern Nigeria Indigenes in Southeastern Nigeria noted that
he will use his office to ensure cordial relationship between the
Northern Community and the State as has always been, stressing that he
will bring everybody under one fold for development and smooth operation
in the state.
The Special Assistant who is known for his sense of peace, togetherness and humility expressed his gratitude to the Governor, Rt. Hon. Ihedioha and SSG, Hon. Uche Onyeagucha for finding him worthy of the position, while assuring them, the people of Imo State and his Northern Brothers and Sisters of his dedication in furthering worthy and people-friendly ideas, welfare and cause.
The former Secretary 11 of Imo State Muslim Council and Publicity
Secretary Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), Imo State posited that he will
bring his wealth of experience to bear upon his close working with the
State Government for the peace, unity and progress of the state, while
urging his Northern Community to abide by the laws of the land and
eschew taking laws into their own hands but to channel their challenges
and issues through the right source.