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BUK introduces on-campus student job scheme

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Nasiru Yusuf

 

 

 

Management of Bayero University has introduced on-Campus Students job scheme, the Vice Chancellor, Sagir Adamu Abbas, who disclosed this, said the new project will kick off from the current academic session.

KANO FOCUS reports that the university’s weekly bulletin published on Friday said the programme was launched on Monday, November 15, 2021 during the flagging off of this year’s Campus Fire Safety Week organized by the Federal Fire Service, Kano State Command which took place at the Convocation Arena at the New Campus.

The Vice Chancellor explained that under the project, students would be engaged to serve as cleaners and other menial jobs in the hostel and other academic areas of the university.

According to him a total of 250 students would be engaged for the scheme in the two semesters, pointing out that in the first semester 125 students would be recruited and the same number would serve in the second semester.

Abbas while giving further explanation on the concept noted that in addition to ensuring cleanliness of the university environment as well as providing security, the engaged students will be financially supported by getting stipends for the services rendered.

“The Management has concluded arrangement to provide job opportunity to students on campus. These opportunities will allow the participants to earn some token amount every month and payment will be made forth nightly or weekly. The programme will employ 125 students per semester and will last throughout the year,” said the Vice Chancellor.

He revealed that the on-Campus job scheme will utilize the students in the areas of picking litters waste, cutting grasses, and running errand on non-sensitive information documents as well as proving security watch in some places within the University campuses.

The scheme, which was the initiative of Abbas, saw Bayero University as the first institution to introduce it at least from this part of the country. Already, many students were enthusiastic to participate in the scheme.

He disclosed that, this exercise had been the norm in most of the developed nations and therefore, as part of the policy of finding solace to most of the problems facing the university, particularly, in view of the lean resources, it becomes imperative to devise a means of cutting cost against employment of full time employees,” he said.

Turning to the issue of students’ welfare, the Vice Chancellor reaffirmed the commitment of the Management to provide an enabling environment conducive for learning and teaching.

Already, he said the Management had acquired a 500KVA generator to be dedicated to student’s hostel alone with a view to improving electricity supply in the students’ hall of residences.’

Abbas, a professor of education urged the students to remain focused, law abiding and be good ambassadors of their parents so as to be responsible citizens upon graduation, noting that the Management would not take it lightly with anyone found wanting in character, saying degrees are being awarded based on twin principles of character and learning.

Highlight of the event was the presentation of an award of Ambassador of Fire Safety on the Vice Chancellor along with nine other prominent citizens in Kano State by the Command.

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Rikicin APC :Ba za mu karbi hukuncin kotu ba-Ganduje

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Mukhtar Yahya Usman

Gwamatin Kano ta ce ba za ta amince da hukuncin da wata kotu a Abuja ta yi ba da ya rushe zaben shugabancin jam’iyyar APC da tsagin gwamnati ya gudanar.

KANO FOCUS ta ruwaito kwamishinan shari’a na jihar Kano Barisster Musa Abdullahi Lawal ne ya sanar da hakan ga manema labarai ranar Talata.

Kwamishinan ya ce lauyoyin gwamnati sun fara nazaratar hukuncin tare da daukar matakin da ya da ce.

Ya ce sunyi mamakin hukuncin kuma ba za su karbe shi ba, a cewarsa lokacin da aka gudanar da zabukan a matakan mazabu babu wadanda suka yi nasu daban.

A don haka ya ce basu ga dalilin da yasa aka rushe shugabanci Abdullahi Abbas ba.

Barista Lawan yace za su duba yadda aka yi masu karar suka sami sakamakon zabukan da aka gudanar har suka gabatarwa kotu, da ta amince dasu.

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Court declares banishment of Emir Sanusi ll illegal, orders Kano state to apologise, pay him N10m

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Aminu Abdullahi

The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, on Tuesday, ordered Kano state government to tender an apology to the dethroned Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi ll, in two national dailies.

KANO FOCUS reports that the court, in a judgement that was delivered by Justice Anwuli Chikere, held that Sanusi’s forceful banishment from Kano after his dethronement, was illegal, unconstitutional and in gross violation of his fundamental human rights.

Consequently, it awarded damages against Kano state, in favour of the deposed Emir, to the tune of N10million.

It will be recalled that Sanusi was deposed as Emir by the Kano State government on March 9, 2020, after he was accused of disloyalty and insubordination.

Though the deposed Emir was initially banished to Loko village in Nasarawa State after his dethronement, later, he was forcefully moved to Awe town, where he was confined until March 13, 2020, when the court ordered that he should be granted his freedom.

Sanusi, who had since accepted his fate as the will of God, however approached the court to query the legality of his confinement in Nasarawa state.

In the suit he predicated on section 34, 35, 40, 41 and 46 of the 1999 Constitution, as amended, the former Emir, among other things, prayed the court to restore his rights to human dignity, personal liberty, freedom of association and movement in Nigeria, (apart from Kano State).

Cited as Respondents in his suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/357/2020, were the Inspector General of Police, the Director General of the State Security Service, Attorney General of Kano State and the Attorney General of the Federation.

While adopting his final brief of argument, Sanusi’s lawyer, Abubakar Mahmoud, SAN, told the court that his client was not before it to challenge his dethronement.

Mahmoud said his client was in court over the gross violation of his fundamental rights in relation to the harsh way he was treated after he was deposed by the Kano state government.

He said: “My lord, this is not a chieftaincy matter. The Applicant is not before this court to challenge the Respondents’ actions with regards to his removal as Emir of Kano, but the way he was bundled to Abuja and banished to a remote location.”

Mahmoud decried that notwithstanding the status of his client is the society, he was subjected to such degrading treatment.

He argued that it was clear from the way the former Emir was treated, that his rights were grossly violated, a situation that led him to seek the intervention of the court.

He prayed the court to grant all the reliefs his client sought in the suit, among which included the declaration of his confinement in Nasarawa state as illegal.

However, all the Respondents, through their respective lawyers, urged the court to dismiss the suit for want of jurisdiction.

Counsel to the IGP, Victor Okoye, further challenged the competence of the suit, noting that the instrument conveying Sanusi’s banishment was authored and endorsed by an official of the Kano State Government.

He therefore argued that the Applicant ought to have filed the case before a Kano state high court.

Likewise, counsel to the DG of the DSS, Godwin Agbadua, urged the court to strike out the suit on the grounds that the alleged rights violation occurred in Kano, stressing that there is a Federal High Court in Kano, before which Sanusi could seek redress.

On his part, the Attorney General of Kano State who was represented by Musa Mohammed, also challenged the jurisdiction of the court in Abuja to entertain the case.

He urged the court to dismiss the suit in its entirety for want of jurisdiction and competence.

Meanwhile, reacting to the judgement, the Kano State AG, through the lawyer that represented him in court on Tuesday, Abdulsallam Salleh, said they would study it properly and decide on the next line of action.

“We will look at the judgement critically and consult with our client (Kano state government) on whether we will appeal against it on not”, Salleh told newsmen.

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Yanzu-yanzu-Kotu ta rushe shugabancin Abdullahi Abbas

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Mukhtar Yahya Usman

Wata kotun tarayya dake Abuja ta rushe zaben shugabancin jam’iyya APC da tsagin gwamnan Kano Abdullahi Ganduje ya gudanar.

KANO FOCUS ta ruwaito mai shari’a Hamza Mua’zu ne ne ya rushe zaben a zaman kotu na yau  Talata.

Haka kuma mai shari’ar ya tabbatar da zaben da tsagin tshohon gwamnan Kano Ibrahim shekarau ya gudanar.

A cewar mai shari’ar zaben na bangaren Shekarau ya samu sanya hannun mutum 7 daga cikin wadanda uwar jam’iyyar ta turo jihar Kano domin gudanar da zaben.

Cikin abinda tsagin Shekarau ya gabatar, gaban kotun shi ne tsagin na gwamna Ganduje bai gudanar da zaben matakin kanan nan hukumomi da mazabu ba.

Idan za a iya tunawa a watan da ya gabata ne aka gudanar da zaben shugabancin jam’iyya APC a jihohin kasar nan ciki har da nan Kano.

Sai dai a nan Kano an samu rashin hadin kai tsakanin mambobin jam’iyyar.

Hakan ta sanya gwamna Ganduje ya gudanar da zaben tare da wadanda ke goya masa baya a wani wuri daban.

Yayin da Malam Ibrahim shekarau ya gudanar da nasa zaben da a wani wurin daban

Haka zalika tsagin na gwaman Ganduje ya zabi Abdullahi Abbas  a matsayin shugaba, ya yin da tsagin Ibrahim Shekarau ya zabi Ahmad Haruna Zago a matsayin shugaba.

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