Kano Assembly Approves Ganduje’s N10 Billion Loan Request

The Kano State Assembly on Wednesday approved Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje’s 10 billion naira loan request.

The loan application to the meeting was titled “Application for Approval to Obtain a Loan Facility of N10,000,000,000.00 from Access Bank PLC for Security Infrastructure Development”.

The president, Hamisu Ibrahim Chidari, read the loan request during Wednesday’s plenary.

The loan request letter dated March 18, 2022 was acknowledged by the Clerk of the Assembly on May 10, 2022.

After reading the letter, members unanimously endorsed it after input from House Majority Leader Labaran Abdul Madari, a member representing Warawa Constituency and Chief Whip Ayuba Labaran Durum of Warawa Constituency. Kabo.


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