DASUKI, HRM (Alh) Ibrahim

CON; administrator, religious leader; b: December 31, 1923; ht: Dogondaji; so: Sokoto; married, has children. ed: Quranic School, Dogondaji, 1928-30; Sokoto Elementary School, and Sokoto Middle School, 1931-35; Kaduna College (now Barewa College), Zaria; 1940-44; University of Oxford, England, 1955-56. cr: Clerk, Sokoto Native Authority Treasury, Sokoto, 1943-45; Clerical Officer and Cashier, Gaskiya Corporation, Kaduna, 1945-53; Ad ministrative Assistant and Private Secretary to the former Premier of defunct Northern Nigeria (Sir Ahmadu Bello), Kaduna, 1953-56; AssL District Officer, Pankshin, defunct Plateau Province, 1956-57; Deputy Secretary, former Northern Nigeria Executive Council, 1957-58; seconded to the Federal Government Diplomatic Service as diplomatic officer, Nigerian Embassy, Bonn, West-Germany, 1958-60; Head of Chancery and First Secretary, Nigerian Embassy, Khartoum, Sundan, 1960-61; ps. (now Director-General), former Northern Nigeria Ministry of Local Gvemment, 1962-65, Ministry of Trade and Industry, 1965-68; Chairman, Northern Nigerian Marketing Board, 1966-69; dir: Nigerian Produce Marketing Company, 1966-69, United Arewa Stores, 1969, Gusau Oil Mills Limited, 1969; Retired voluntarily from the Northern Nigerian Civil Service, 1969; ch: Nigerian Railway Corporation, 1969-77; dir: Zamfara Textile Industries, Gusau, 1971; ch: North-West Trade Development Company, 1972; mm: Governing Council, Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Ugos, 1972-75; ch. Federal Government Commission on Local Government Service Reforms, 1976; mm: Constituent Assembly, 1977-78, Board of Gover nors, Institute of Administration, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; cofounder and ch:defunct Bank of Credit and Commerce International, 1979-1989, Nigerian Grains Board, 1981-83; nominated mm: Constituent Assembly, 1988; Sultan of Sokoto, November 6, 1988; Dethroned as Sultan of Sokoto on April 20, 1996 and bannished to Jalingo, Taraba State, released in 1998; ch: African Transport Council, 1962-68; ch: Northern Nigerian Society for the Blind; Secretary- General, Jama'atu Nasril Islam, 1971-1988; former Secretary-General, Supreme Court for Islamic Affairs, Its President, December 1988; former Chancellor; University of Abuja; ch: Nagarta Old Boys' Association, since 1981; Justice of Peace, former Plateau Province, 1962. pp: Co-founder, defunct National Party of Nigeria, 1978. tt: Baraden of Sokoto, 1973, Sultan of Sokoto, 1988. nh: Commander of the Order of the Niger, 1965. hob: reading, horse-riding, res: Kaduna, Kaduna State.
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