Matawalle Signs Amended Zamfara Emirates Council Establishment Law

Matawalle Signs Amended Zamfara Emirates Council Establishment Law

By Ahmad Ibrahim Gusau

Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle has signed into law, the amended Emirates Councils Establishment Law, effectively creating two more Emirates to the existing 17 in the state.

The law, earlier passed by the State Legislature was presented to the governor in his office by the leadership of the House of Assembly for his consent, which he effectively did.

The two emirates created under the new law are Yandoton Daji Emirate with a second class Emir created out of the present Tsafe Emirate in the state.

It will consist of Yandoton Daji, Keta, Kizara, Bawa Kwanga, Kwaren Ganuwa, Danjibga, and Kuncin Kalgo districts with Headquarters at Birnin Yandoto.

The second Emirate is Bazai, also with a second class Emir to comprise of Bazai, Jangeru, Galadi, Katuru, Birnin Yaro, Tungar Kaho and Tubali districts with headquaters at Jangeru.

Governor Matawalle expressed the hope that the new development will strengthen the existing bond of quality of traditional leadership at the grassroots level, pointing out that his government will always satisfy the yearnings and aspirations of the people especially when they are in tune with the developmental policies of his administration.

He called on the affected Emirate Councils to be constituted to use the new opportunities at their doorstep to foster more unity and instil more cohesion and discipline in the society as inherited from our forefathers. 

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