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Former Assistant In Kaduna State Sentenced to Jail For Hajj Fraud

by Nuel Emuebie
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In an urge for good governance, we have learnt that it takes the coalition of different personalities from different interest groups to form an all encompassing theme of unity in a democratic system. For the society to experience growth and development, the ability to highlight individuals that have a high level of intelligence as well as, diplomatic approach to work,  and then position them in sensitive areas is very key in line of achieving growth in exponential values. For wise leaders, they totally understand the need for driving collective efforts in building a synergy of interests to advance political hegemony.

 

While it is important for wise leaders , who put behind other sentiments behind to add positives into the system by clarity and professionalism in decision making , it is also beneficial to highlight the additions of certain government institutions who the past may have been more quiet , making people ask about their relevance to the whole system . The ICPC , whom a lot of people really don’t know in the Nigerian context has kicked off with proactive steps to add to the growing profile of integrity driven cases in Nigeria.

According to new reports , Hassan Dauda, a former special assistant to the Chairman of Giwa Local Government Area in Kaduna State  , has been sentenced to the term of 12 years for his involvement in a 6.3 Million Naira Hajj fraud case. He was found guilty by Justice Aliyu , who sentenced him to seven years imprisonment without the option of fine. He was arrested in October 2013, following a complaint of his alleged act of fraud .

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