PRESS STATEMENT BY UMAR ABDULLAHI TSAURI TATA

A statement posted by Isah Bara’u Zakka on his timeline which was subsequently shared by some other members of my media team has generated varied responses and reactions, capable of unsettling the stability of our amity and party. Let it be on record that I am a party man and a party loyalist who believe that there are available channels of communicating grievances maturedly without resorting to openness that may muddle up the message and its intended import. These will always be explored whenever such a need arise. Ordinarily I…

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OPINION: On the Kaduna ‘APC AKIDA’ charade – By Dr. Rabe Nasir

The meeting of rubble-rousers in Kaduna was typical case of over rated jamboree of rollercoasters whose collective pride has been subordinated to the unrelenting ambition of a corrupt fugitive to  unseat President Muhammadu Buhari. Governor Aminu Bello Masari is only being used as scapegoat and smokescreen to ultimately dislodge the President from his very backyard of Katsina State using the gullible misfits in the showroom of politics! Take it from me; stick up before the mirrow of politics and see just how lean and short you all are to pose…

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ATTENTION! Katsina Post is looking for talented Reporters and Marketers (Read and Apply)

POST MULTIMEDIA –the publishers of Katsina Post (www.katsinapost.com) and Katsina Post HAUSA (www.hausa.katsinapost.com) as the largest and most visited Katsina based online media platform is looking for most talented media users, writers and marketers (as the case may be) who are passionate about general blogging with special interest to events happening in and around Katsina State. REQUIREMENTS: Educational Qualification: Fresh Graduates, Youth Corp members, National Diploma, Higher National Diploma, NCE. Must reside in either Katsina, Daura, Funtua, Dutsin-ma, Malumfashi, Mani or Kankia local governments. Good English and sound in Hausa. Excellent…

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OPINION: Governor Masari, Funtua People are in Pain – By Abdul Shamsu Funtua

Closely observing the 2015 elections, I was particularly not interested in voting even if I was eligible to. I’m the type who would rather listen to what a wide range of people had to say about a topic or person before drawing my inference. The blind could vividly see, the deaf could also clearly hear the plights of the people of Funtua Zone. Everyone was tired of the Gov. Shema’s Administration. Left, right and center was all bad news and unhearable tantrums by the former governor. My heart sunk, my…

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OPINION: Feed their brains not stomach; a criticism on Masari’s proposed feeding program – By Ibrahim Sulaiman 

INSTEAD OF FEEDING THEIR TUMMY, WHY NOT FEED THEIR BRAIN/MIND: A SHORT CRITICISM ON PROPOSED ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES TO PRIMARY EDUCATION IN KATSINA STATE IN THE NAME OF SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM By: Ibrahim Sulaiman (baba karami) 08066686287/08054116797 bkaramee@gmail.com The situation of primary education in katsina state appears to be worse than that of secondary education, there is no enough manpower, no learning materials, dilapidated buildings among others, and it is financed mainly from the local appropriation that is administratively controlled by SUBEB. The present administration is completely and seriously off…

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OPINION: The thrones on the pulpit – Isa Ahmed

In a well scripted and meticulously timed sermon to mark the end of Ramadan Fasting last year Sheikh Surajo Kankia poured scathing remarks on the Masari administration that was then barely one-year-old. Just a little over a year now, another coruscating sermon was delivered by yet another ‘Sheikh’ Muhammadu Husamatu on the administration. What is of interest is the similarities in the Khutbahs; both delivered on the same prayer ground, of the same mosque, almost the same contents- vituperative and on the same pulpit. The only remarkable difference is the…

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OPINION: Our Collective Failure Led to the Death of Rabe Umaru – By Dikko Muhammad

I got the frightening news from Liberty TV 8:00pm Hausa News, 27th August 2017,  that one Rabe Umaru from Kafur Local Government of our dear Katsina State was lynched to death in Ekiti State. The leader of spare parts sellers, or ‘Yan Gwangwan as they reported in Hausa, provided the information to the newsmen that Rabe was not a thief. He arrived to Ekiti just two days and as he was looking for dumped metals in the gutter, a group of people shouted ole! ole! In a flash, mob gathered…

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12 Reasons why Masari Deserves Re-election- By Musa Lawal Funtua (Read)

I Musa Lawal called on The good people of Katsina State to re-elect Governor Aminu Bello Masari in the forthcoming general election. Governor Masari has performed creditably well in the period 3yrs since assuming in office which compared to the previous Administration that only unashamedly engages on Looting The state treasury. Governor Masari has been viewed by many as a great transformer, Visionary Leader, Focused, prudent and a man who believes in sincerity and accountability!!!!! If our past leaders were sincere and good Managers of the state funds as well…

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OPINION: To our Govenor, Right Honourable Aminu Bello Masari, on the $110 Million Loan – By Dikko Muhammad 

Your Excellency Sir, it is with profound respect I write to join other concerned people of Katsina State on the title of this piece, the loan debate. I appreciate your decision of calling for Town Hall Meetings to discuss crucial issues that affect the lives of our people. It is a way of carrying people along in a democratic government. I sense the urge by you and your team to develop Katsina State despite the shortfall of the revenue you experience coming to power. However, some of the measures being…

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OPINION: The Not Too Young To Run Bill And The Matters Arising – By Dikko Muhammad

Recent days in Nigeria have been preoccupied by celebrations from the quarters of Youths on a bill that allows one to run for President at the age of 35, and Governor and House of Representatives less than that. This could be the precedent that will dominate the next general elections as “Sak” did in the last one. Right now some young men and possibly women have started charting ways of convincing the voters that it is good to try them. The campaign may succeed considering the dissatisfaction of youths against…

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