MOHAMMED, (Alhaji) Musa

traditional ruler, Emir of Borgu, veterinary officer, former Kwara State Commissioner for Establishment; Born at Agwara 1929; Education: Bussa Elementary School, 1937-41; Middle School, llorin, 1941-46; join ed Bussa Native Authorityas veterin ary assistant, 1946 — sent to llorin Provincial Veterinary Headquarters — trained at Veterinary College, Vom, 1948 and later attended a special course on trypanosomiasis at WAITR, Kaduna, became head veterinary assistant, 1952-55; atten ded Development Secretary's Course at the Institute of Administration, Zaria, was acting Native Authority Treasurer, Borgu Native Authority, 1955-56 — appointed Development Secretary, 1956; attended several short courses in local government at the Institute of Administration, Zaria and University College, Ibadan, attended diploma course in Public and Social Administration at the South Devon Technical College Tor quay - passing out with 1st class diploma certificate; appointed Local Government Secretary, 1961; later attended Staff Officers Course at the Institute of Administration, Zaria; became Councillor for Local Govern ment and Development, 1962 and later in the year appointed District Head, Agwara;- Commissioner for Sardauna, Niger and Bauchi Provin ces, respectively; re-appointed dis trict head of Agwara, 1966; was chairman, llorin Provincial Council, member of former North Regional Committee on Conditions of Native Authority Service, member offormer North Regional Cotton Representa tive Committee and Wild Life Preser vation Committee; chairman of Bor gu Education Committee; appointed Commissioner for Establishments, Kwara State, 1967 and Emir of Borgu, 1968, Address: Emir's Palace, Borgu, Kwara State.
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