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Zamfara Assembly

2 Sep
The Zamfara House of Assembly on Thursday called on the State and Federal Governments to put more effort to end the worsening security situation in the state.
25 Jun
The Zamfara House of Assembly has resolved to investigate an alleged diversion of N1.258 billion intervention fund by the Basic Healthcare
18 Nov 2019
Gov. Bello Matawalle of Zamfara, has approved the appointment of Alhaji Shehu Sa’idu, as the new Clerk of the state House of Assembly.
2 Nov 2019
The Zamfara State House of Assembly has suspended Shinkafi Local Government Chairman, Alhaji Sani Galadi, from office over alleged diversion of N23 million support fund for armed banditry victim’s in the area.
6 Sep 2019
Gov. Bello Matawalle of Zamfara has approved the appointment of Alhaji Mustafa Jafaru-Kaura as the new spokesman for the state House of Assembly. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Speaker of the house, Alhaji Nasiru Magarya, on Friday witnessed the handing over between the outgoing spokesman

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