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Abdullahi Wuse emerges Niger Assembly Speaker



The Niger State House of Assembly on Tuesday chose Alhaji Abdullahi Wuse, part speaking to Tafa Constituency on the stage of APC, as the Speaker of the Ninth Assembly in the state. Wuse was proclaimed Speaker following his designation by part speaking to Chachanga, Ahmed Marafa (APC), the quick past Speaker of the gathering.

NAN reports that Bako Alfa (APC), speaking to Bida I, was proclaimed appointee speaker following his selection by Ndagi Baba (APC), part speaking to Lavun. Wuse and Alfa were the leading authorities assigned for their separate positions after which they were announced speaker and appointee speaker individually by the Clerk to the House, Abdullahi Kagara.

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In his acknowledgment discourse, the new Speaker vowed to work with his partners to push the state ahead. “I need to thank my associates for discovering me qualified to involve this lifted position. “My partners and we will do our best to produce bills and movements that will push the state ahead,” he included.

NAN reports that 22 out of 27 individuals from the state get together made vow of office. NAN reports that Wise, who was conceived in 1963, is a first-term part in the House of Assembly and a previous administrator of Tafa Local Government Area.