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Shari’a Won’t Be Neglected During My Tenure In Zamfara State – Hon. Bello Matawalle

Governor Bello Matawalle

Governor Bello Matawalle

Zamfara State Governor, Hon. Bello Mohammed Matawalle has come out to say that his government is ready to uphold all the State Zakkat and endowment prescribed Islamic injunctions.

He revealed this when he received a report of the committee set up to investigate the issues between members and the Management of the Board.

According to him, Zakkat is one of the Islamic pillars, so attention must be paid to it.

He added that it is important for Muslims to take things that have to do with Islam seriously.

His words, “Zakkat as one of the Islamic pillars must be given all the desired attention for the purpose of upholding the prescribed Islamic injunctions in the Muslim society.”

He added that he is ready to reposition and strengthen all the values of the board in order to make it better and more beneficial to residents of the state.

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Bello Muhammad Matawalle (born February 12, 1969) is the current Governor of Zamfara State, Nigeria. He contested under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Dr. Bello Matawalle was born February 12, 1969, in Maradun Local Government Area of Zamfara. Matawalle attended Maradun Township Primary School finishing in 1979. He attended Yaba College of Technology, Lagos and later went to Thames Valley University, London.

He worked as a Teacher at Government Girls College Moriki and Kwatarkoshi before joining the Federal Ministry of Water Resources. Matawalle’s first shot in politics was in 1998 when he ran for a house of assembly seat and won after he left the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Abuja, joining the defunct United Nigeria Congress Party (UNCP) which consisted of politicians such as Ambassador Isa Aliyu Mohammed Argungu (Sarkin Yakin Kabbi) former Minister of Water Resources and National Chairman of the party, Ibrahim Gusau former protem National Chairman of the party, Atiku Abubakar, Abdullahi Aliyu Sumaila,[ [Attahiru Bafarawa]], Adamu Aliero, Suleiman Takuma Ibrahim Kura Mohammed, Ibrahim Saminu Turaki and Kabiru Ibrahim Gaya but after the death of General Sani Abacha, Nigerian Military Head of State on June 8, 1998, Abdulsalami Abubakar, his successor, dissolved the political parties and announced that elections would hold in 1999.

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