Walin Kazaure hails Buhari for executing 50-year abandoned projects
Former permanent secretary, federal minister of works and housing, Babangida Hussaini applauded President Muhammad Buhari for completing projects awarded by the previous administration.
Hussaini, who is Walin Kazaure, and an aspirant to the position of Senator representing Jigawa West Senatorial District made this known to newsmen recently.
According to him, some of the projects were awarded fifty years ago and successive governments were unable to complete them until the present administration came on board.
He said, “The administration of Muhammad Buhari succeeded in championing and executing capital projects which were in the National Budget and National Development Plan for over 40 to 50 years.
“Part of the project executed by this administration include the second Niger Bridge which has been in a state of dilapidation and in dire need of rehabilitation”.
Other projects, according to him, include Ibadan-Lagos expressway which was awarded in 1976 during the Murtala/Obasanjo’s regime.
Who is Babangida Husseini (Walin Kazaure)?
Babangida Hussaini is an expert in administrative affairs, educational planning, community development service delivery, with strong segmental expertise in public administrative affairs, policies, and strategic matters.
He has vast Work experience with administrative and educational consultants, donor-funded organizations, NGOs/CBOs, and international and national bodies.
He started his educational pursuit at Kudu Primary School, Kazaure from 1971 – 1978 acquiring his Primary Leaving certificate. He attended Government Secondary School, Kazaure for his GCE O’Level from 1978-1983.
He proceeded to the Federal School of Arts & Science, Suleja, Niger State from 1983-1985 for his HSC, GCE A’Level, and thereafter secured admission at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in 1988 to study B.A Hons. Public Administration graduating in 1991. He attended Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna between 2010-2011 for a Masters in Public Administration.
He started his working career with the Kano State Health Service Management Board as a personnel officer in 1985. He moved to the civil service in the Jigawa State Special Service Directorate (Cabinet Office) as a senior personnel officer in 1994 and rose to the position of permanent secretary in 2002.
He served as executive chairman of Jigawa State ministry for basic education and resources development (2004- 2005); executive chairman, JIGAWA STATE Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) (2005- 2007); executive secretary, Jigawa State Scholarship Board (2007- 2010), before moving to the Office of the Head of Civil Service of Jigawa State where he served as director administration and management services (2010- 2011).
He moved to the federal civil service in 2011 as an assistant director in the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation where he rose to the position of permanent secretary.
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