DSP Barau Jibrin (Maliya): A Potential Game Changer

In the history of Kano North politics, from 1999 to date (to say the least) no senator had showcased dedicated, selfless services and commitment to the progress of our Senatorial zone as Barau I. Jibrin, the incumbent Deputy President to the tenth Senates.

Prior to the 2015 general elections, the Kano North Senatorial District was hugely misrepresented. We wasted almost two consecutive decades of clouded chances, dashed hopes, lost confidence and unmet expectations. Our voices were muted by our own representatives in the red chamber. Until his emergence as the Distinguished Senator representing Kano North capital projects in the said zone were rated zero, there was nothing to drive home about.

In his last two tenures, DSP Barau Jibrin initiated and completed countless projects ranging from roads construction, schools, solar-powered boreholes, hospitals, solar-powered street lights, scholarships to students in tertiary institutions, distribution of smartphones to headmasters and principals of both junior and senior secondary schools across 13 local government areas, distribution of NECO offline forms to the eligible candidates across five Zonal Education Directorates.

Moreover, Barau Jibrin facilitated the conversion/upgrading of FCE (T) Bichi and Audu Bako College of Agriculture, Dambatta to Universities. He also established the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) campuses in each of the 13 local government areas of Kano North Senatorial District. The list is inexhaustive. 

DSP Barau Jibrin (Maliya): A Potential Game Changer

Suffices to say that the above-mentioned projects will in sha Allah be multiplied in this particular tenure as the incumbent COS will provide a unique perspective and will go above and beyond to make sure things simmer from conception to completion. Since the day he ( The COS) assumed duty there have been a lot of developments that require to be brought to the fore, but, we will wait till another time.

The Cloud is gathering momentum, and more is yet to come.

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Muhammad Badamasi TSAURE

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