NIMASA DG begins governorship race consultation as resignation dateline nears | Dailytrust

NIMASA DG begins governorship race consultation as resignation dateline nears

NIMASA DG, Bashir Jamoh
NIMASA DG, Bashir Jamoh

The Director-General of Nigerian Maritime Safety and Administration Agency, NIMASA, Dr Bashir Yusuf Jamoh has begun his governorship consultation bid just as the resignation dateline of all political appointees draws nearer.

Jamoh who commenced the bid from his home, community and Zazzau emirate council, said the action was part of his home training to seek the blessings of elders, friends and cronies before embarking on any project.

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Speaking during a gathering at his community, Anguwar Juma in Zaria city, the Director-General formally informed them of the yearnings and aspirations of the people for him to come back to his state of origin to serve humanity.

Jamoh who was received by the Wazirin and Chief Imam of Zazzau, Khadi Mohammed Aminu and Sheik Dalhat Kasim was eulogized based on his track record of achievements at NIMASA.

He then proceeded to visit the Emir of Zazzau, Mallam Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli for royal blessings.

Speaking shortly after the visit, Dr Jamoh told newsmen that he is yet to officially declare for the governorship race pending the outcome of his consultation.

“He said, I am here to consult with my family members, immediate community and emirate council before I can take any stance on the issue.

“I’m aware that people have been placing my posters all over the state but I want to inform you that I did not assign anybody to place or sponsor any such move.

“They were all doing it out of love and to pressure me to succumb to their wishes and aspirations. And I promise to make my stance known in the shortest possible time. All I require from people now is prayers for Allah’s guidance on all that we do.”

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