Kano Governor’s Controversial Reinstatement of Aide Raises Eyebrows


In a move that has stirred public debate, Kano State Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf has reinstated Alhaji Yusuf Shuaibu Imam, also known as Ogan Boye, to his former role as Special Adviser on Youth and Sports. This decision comes months after Imam’s dismissal for allegations of threatening tribunal judges.

Imam’s initial removal followed accusations of issuing threats to election petition tribunal judges, an action that sparked significant controversy at the time. His reinstatement has been met with mixed reactions from the public and judiciary, with some questioning the message it sends about accountability and the rule of law.

The governor’s spokesperson, Sanusi Bature Dawakin Tofa, stated that the reinstatement is part of efforts to bring experienced individuals into the administration to advance the state’s development. However, the specifics of the allegations against Imam and the details of any investigations or resolutions remain unclear.

The judiciary’s response to this reinstatement has not been officially detailed, but such actions typically undergo scrutiny within legal circles, especially considering the gravity of the accusations involved.


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