MOHAMMADU, Alh Inuwa Abbas

EMIR OF KANO, MINISTER WITHOUT PORTFOLIO Alhaji Mohammadu Inuwa Abbas was born in 1905. He was the third son of the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Abbas and a brother of the Emir of Kano, Abdullahi Bayero. He was the it Emir of the Sullabawa clan in the Fulani Dynasty. He was recognised by the Regional Government as the Emir of Kano on the 3u March, 196 3following the resignationof Sir Mohammadu Sanusi. He had along and outstanding record of administrationfirst with the title of Turaki and then as Galadima. He was appointed Turaki. in 1927 and made Distria Head of Ungogo. In 1932 he was made Distria Head of Minjibir and remained in thatDistria until 1939. Hewas appointed Galadima in 1939 andposted as DistriaHead, Dawakin Kudu in which post he remained until his appointment as Emir. He had earlier been appointed an NA Councillor in 1944, On the 2(f of June, 1963 at his Installation, he was madeaMinister withoutportfolio. He was a man of great charm with an outstanding fund of energy, ability, integrity and humanitycharaaeristics which endeared him to all who knew him. He combined with these a quiet sense of humour, which kept problems in their true perspective. Always of great loyalty and devoted in his service to his Distria and later his Emirate. He diedin on the8thof October, 1963
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