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El-rufai Ordered Civil Servants And Appointees With Political Ambitions To Resign
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El-rufai Ordered Civil Servants And Appointees With Political Ambitions To Resign 

He noted that this direction is in conformity with the Electoral Act 2022, which President Muhammadu Buhari recently highlighted.

By Omotayo Olutekunbi

Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-Rufai has set March 31 as the deadline for appointees in the state who want to run for elected office in the 2023 elections to quit.

Balarabe Lawal, the Secretary to the State Government, confirmed this in a statement made available to media.

He noted that this direction is in conformity with the Electoral Act 2022, which President Muhammadu Buhari recently highlighted.

He underlined that the statute clearly required aspiring political appointees and public officials interested in running for elective posts to resign 30 days before the primary elections for the job they are running for, thus the necessity to notify all interested aspirants in the state.

“To this end, in compliance with the provision, all political appointees, and other public servants serving in the state government aspiring for political offices should submit their resignation letters to the SSG on or before 31st, March 2022. This is your information and strict compliance please,” he said.

Uba Sani, el-special Rufai’s adviser on political things, stated his interest during a visit to the All Progressive Congress (APC) office in Kaduna state on Tuesday, March 15, 2022.

In addition, Kaduna state Commissioner for Budget and Planning, Muhammad Sani Abdullahi (Dattijo), has proclaimed his goal to succeed his employer and mentor, El-Rufai, in 2023.

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