The Speaker of Kano State House of Assembly Abdulazeez Garba Gafasa and the Majority Leader, Kabiru Hassan Dashi have resigned from their positions.
The two principal officers who are also members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) tendered their resignation letters in the early hours of Tuesday.
Member representing Doguwa, Salisu Ibrahim Riruwai, confirmed the resignation of the duo.
No specific reason has been given for the decisions.
The resignation letters were received at 1:08am Tuesday by the Kano Assembly.
“The speaker resigned on his own personal reason, according to his resignation letter sent to the 9th Assembly platform at 1:08am, while the majority leader did not give reason for his resignation,” Ibrahim said.
A new speaker and a majority leader, according to Doguwa, would emerge during plenary later Tuesday.
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