The Executive Governor of Jigawa, Muhammad Badaru Abubakar, has appointed special assistants to each of his three wives. The Herald is unaware which of the first ladies’ is the premier first lady, however reports reaching this medium suggest, the Governor is treating them all equally.
Daily Trust reports that the Governor recently appointed 51 special assistants to be paid from the state purse, which is funded by the federal treasury. According to the publication, 3 of the special assistants have been allocated to each of the governor’s three wives. There is also a special assistant for street light as well as for population control.
Daily Trust reports Sa’adatu Bashir Muhammed, is a special assistant to the first wife of the governor, while Mariya Muhammed Muktar and Aisha Garba are special assistants to the second and third wife respectively.
Hassan Usman Bulama and Surajo Musa Gwiwa are Special Assistants to the governor on Street light and population control.
The responsibility of all the aides to the governor was clearly stated with the exception of the three special assistants to the governor’s wives. Daily Trust reports that official responsibilities assigned to the offices of the wives of the governor are also yet to be made public.