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Dije Aboki Appointed As Kano’s First Female Chief Judge

The new Kano State Chief Judge, Dije Aboki

On Thursday, Kano State’s House of Assembly confirmed the appointment of Dije Aboki as the state’s first female Chief Judge.

Aboki’s nomination was confirmed when a letter from Governor Abba Yusuf was handed to the Assembly on Thursday.

Ismail Falgore, Speaker of the House, read the appointment letter during plenary.

Aboki’s path to the office of Chief Judge began in March, when she was named Acting Chief Judge by the state’s former governor, Abdullahi Ganduje.

The Speaker of the House commended Aboki’s appointment and urged her to continue her dedicated service to the judiciary.

He said, “We congratulate Dije Aboki on this historic appointment. We believe that her wealth of experience and professionalism will contribute to the development and growth of our state’s legal system.

“We urge her to remain dedicated to her duties and work collaboratively with the government to enhance the progress of Kano State.”

The confirmation of Aboki’s appointment followed a screening exercise conducted by Speaker Falgore, in which three commissioner nominees — namely Ibrahim Fagge, Ibrahim Namadi, and Amina Abdullahi-Sani — were also approved.

The Speaker emphasised the importance of these nominees complementing the efforts of the government in advancing the development agenda of Kano State.

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