—Kano professionals in Abuja elect new excos, promise more developmental programs
YBTC News—The Kano Youth Organization in Abuja (KAYOAB) has elected new leaders that will pilot the affairs of the organization for the next two years.
The election took place on Saturday in Abuja during the association’s annual congress.
Balarabe Sarki Abdullahi emerged as the president while Barr. Bara’atu Aliyu was elected the new vice president.
Others elected at the congrrss were Fu’ad Kabir Maikaba as Secretary General, Halima Umar Na’abba as Assistant Secretary General, Aminu Dalhat Financial Secretary, Dr. Abdulshaheed Sarki, assistant Financial secretary.
The congress also saw Muhammad Mahe Treasurer, Sa’ed Umar Maigari, Welfare Officer, Bilkisu Muhammad Yakasai, Assistant Welfare Officer.
Other are Alhassan A. Bala, Public Relations Officer, Zulaiha Muhammad, Assistant Public Relations Officer, while Barr. Mujaheed Akilu Indabawa as legal Adviser.
While announcing the new leaders, the immediate past president, Kabir Marmara briefed the congress on how the organization was able to assist 14 Kano indigene students, who are currently studying various programs at different higher institutions within and outside the country.
He reminded the new executives of the aims and objectives of the organization in uniting Kano indigenes in Abuja and help those in Kano state in different ways.
The new leaders have promised to ensure purposeful leadership towards uniting Kano people in the FCT as well as providing programs that will better the lives of Kano youth, in particular and the state in general.
In his message to members, the newly elected president, Balarabe Sarki Abdullahi assured members of his commitment in working with all stakeholders in ensuring Kano youth are not left behind.
He also called on Kano youth to always be law abiding and shun any vices capable of affecting the development of the state.
He commended the immediate past executives for initiating programs that asissted some students and laid strong foundation for future development of the state.
Alhassan A. Bala
KAYOAB, Public Relations Officer