Deputy Governor Represents Kaduna State at Northern Traditional Rulers' Council Meeting

Traditional Rulers

In a significant representation, the Deputy Governor of Kaduna State, Dr. Hadiza Sabuwa Balarabe, stood in for Governor Senator Uba Sani at the Northern Traditional Rulers' Council meeting held today at Arewa House in Kaduna.

The focal point of the gathering was the theme "Enhanced Security as a Panacea for Stability and Development of the North." Notable attendees included His Eminence, Alh. Muhammad Sa'ad Abubakar, the Sultan of Sokoto, and Chairman of the Northern Traditional Rulers' Council. Also present were Chairmen of Councils of Traditional Rulers from Northern states and representatives of security chiefs.

The Deputy Governor, embodying Governor Sani's vision, actively engaged in discussions aimed at addressing security challenges and fostering stability and development in the Northern region.

Key issues surrounding enhanced security measures and their role as a catalyst for regional stability and development took center stage during the deliberations. The meeting served as a platform for the exchange of insights and strategies to tackle security concerns affecting the Northern states.

The presence of His Eminence, Alh. Muhammad Sa'ad Abubakar, underscored the significance of collective efforts in ensuring the safety and progress of the North. The traditional rulers and security representatives collaborated to chart a course that prioritizes effective security solutions.

As the Deputy Governor navigated these critical discussions on behalf of Governor Uba Sani, the commitment to collaborative efforts for a secure and prosperous North was evident.

 The meeting concluded with a shared determination to implement strategic measures that enhance security, stability, and development across the region.

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