In a notable development for Kebbi State, His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Kebbi State, Comrade Dr. Nasir Idris Kauran Gwandu, has officially appointed former Personal Assistant, Faruku Aliyu Yaro Enabo, as the Chairman of the newly formed Pilgrims Welfare Agency (PWA). This announcement comes as a significant milestone for the state and its commitment to enhancing the experience of pilgrims.
The news was officially disclosed through a statement signed by the Secretary to the Kebbi State Government, Alhaji Yakubu Bala-Tafida, in Birnin Kebbi on Monday. The decision to appoint Faruku Aliyu Yaro Enabo as the Chairman reflects a strategic move to lead the PWA with someone intimately familiar with the administration and its goals.
The new composition of the Pilgrims Welfare Agency (PWA) includes a diverse range of individuals who have been carefully selected to serve and improve the pilgrimage experience for the people of Kebbi State. The government’s aim is to ensure the well-being and satisfaction of its citizens during religious pilgrimages.
Meet the Members:
- Faruku Aliyu Yaro Enabo – Chairman (Former P.A)
- Mal. Shuaibu S. Fawa – Member
- Sheihk Sharif Jega – Member
- Husaini Abubakar Giro – Member
- Alhaji Sani Zauro Hukuma – Member
- Alhaji Ahmad Bala – Member
- Abubakar Muhammad Tilli – Member
- Umar Dan BK – Member
- Musa Dikko – Member
- Hajiya Amina Garba Majidadi – Member
- Kabiru Dan’ Ankara – Member
- Barr. Abdulaziz Ubandoma Yauri – Member
- Abubakar Zaki Dantabuzuwa – Member
- Hajiya Maryam Hassan Kaoje – Member
- Hajiya Balkisu Muhammad Aiki – Member
- Hajiya Sa’adatu Abubakar – Member
- Yuhanazu Abubakar Nasarawa – Member
The State Government warmly congratulates these appointees and entrusts them with the crucial responsibility of ensuring the welfare and well-being of pilgrims from Kebbi State. Their collective duty is to uphold the highest standards of dignity, professionalism, and dedication in their roles.
This appointment, particularly the selection of former P.A Faruku Aliyu Yaro Enabo as the Chairman, underscores the state’s commitment to making the pilgrimage experience smoother and more satisfactory for its residents. The collective background and expertise of the PWA members are expected to contribute to an inclusive and comprehensive approach to agency operations.
This move reflects the state’s vision to provide a well-organized and supportive pilgrimage experience for its residents. As the PWA takes its first steps, the people of Kebbi State and pilgrims can anticipate a pilgrimage experience that is well-coordinated and fully supported in the future.
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