Last week the minister of Local Government And Rural Development Dan Botwe announced the list of nominated Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives to the general public.
Hon Hammed Abubakari Yussif who was also lucky to be nominated as the Municipal Chief Executive for Yendi has failed to get approval from the Assembly Members. Out of 41 votes that were cast, he was able to pull on 21 votes.
Many people have started questioning why he failed to get the approval of the majority. Meanwhile, according to renowned Northern region blogger, Bashiru Bejejugu, Hon Farouk Aliu who is the member of parliament stand accused because from the onset of the nomination, he never supported Abubakari Yussif as MCE
He said the member of parliament pushed the name of his preferred candidate upto the last Sunday.
Now we have to wait to see how things will span between team Farouk and honorable Abubakari Yussif during the return match. We will keep our readers updated on any possible outcome after this news.
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