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Bello emerges KCSF president, highlights efforts to resolve internal crisis 

The new executive members of the Kano Civil Society Forum (KCSF) were Thursday been sworn in to steer the affairs of the forum in the next two years.

In his acceptance speech, President Muhammad Bello outlined his administration’s blueprint and called for the support and cooperation of all members.

He promised to establish mechanisms for reviewing internal affairs and to address crisis within the forum.

Additionally, Bello emphasised the need for unity among members for the benefit of the state and highlighted ongoing efforts to resolve existing issues.

The new chairman of the KCSF promised to improve communication flow and ensure fairness and accountability as priorities for his tenure.

In a goodwill message, Comrade Abbas Ibrahim, the chairman of NUJ, said   both NUJ and the civil society are striving towards building a better society.

He stated that civil society monitors governance from the government and policy makers, while journalists act as watchdogs to hold the government accountable for their actions.

He added that the media is prepared to offer a platform for members of civil society to voice their concerns.

Comrade Ibrahim advised the new officials to conduct their activities in line with established guidelines and avoid being embroiled in conflicts regarding integrity.

The newly elected executives, included: Mohammed Bello as president,  Fatima Musa Aliyu, vice president I, secretary general Salisu Yusuf and assistant sectary, Barrister Aminu Sani Muhammad. Publicity secretary/PRO is Salisu Gambo Ditol, and legal advisor, Barr. Umar Isa Suleiman.

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