Engr. Magaji Muhammad Sani, President Nigerian auto-mobile technicians association (NATA) has lauded the Kano state Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje for re-appointing Hon. Idris Hassan for the second term as Special Adviser on auto-mobile.
He said Ganduje is the first Governor in the history of Nigeria to appoint a NATA member as Special Adviser to the Governor on auto-mobile.
Engr. Magaji who disclosed this during an interview with press men held at government house Kano recently, noted that the association has already concluded a plan to decorate His Excellency, the executive Governor of Kano state as the National Grand Patron of NATA on the 12th March, 2020.
The President described Ganduje as a frontline politician to emulate, reputable leader in the Nigerian contemporary politics, a gem to the Nigerian Governors in both character and learning, a rare gift to the state whose impact is felt even beyond the shores of Kano added that Ganduje is a man who achieves an objective, his political, social and economic reformed programme are unparallel and even the worst critics accept the good tiding reform measure introduced by him has brought to the society.
Engr. Charged governor of other state to emulate their colleague in Kano state Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje who appoint NATA member as his Special Adviser on auto-mobile. Saying that Ganduje must be commended for taking a front seat as the first governor in Nigeria to appoint Hon. Idris Hassan NATA member as Special Adviser on auto-mobile.
In his reaction NATA National General Secretary Alh. Musa Yahaya Dan Masanin NATA describes the recent victory of Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje at the Supreme Court as a victory of democracy and called everyone to support the administration for the development of the state.
Dan Masanin NATA also commended the Judges who partook in the exercise of deepening democracy and this shows the commitment of our Judiciary in strengthening our democracy. The General Secretary said that NATA is a professional body of all auto-repairs that operates small and medium scale auto-repairs enterprises in the informal sector of the Nigerian economy adding the association was established in Lagos in 1919 with over 8Million members across the country.