Gangwari Honours Prrofessors in Ganye Chiefdom: Auwal, Liman, Gidado, Others

The Periscope reporter

Ganye Chiefdom, at the behest of Gangwari Ganye Alhaji Umaru Adamu Sanda, has organised a grand reception in honour of their illustrious sons who have contributed immensely; clinically, academically and administratively among other aspects, to enhancing development in the country as Professors as a pact, and as a social responsibility.

The reception celebrated Saturday, at Gangwari Ganye Palace, under the chairmanship of Sen. Binos Yaroe, representing Adamawa South Senatorial District at the National Assembly, was honoured by by the Adamawa Governor ably represented by the deputy governor in company of the SSG with some commissioners Emirs, the first class chiefs with other traditional leaders and university dons among others.

Ten indigenous Ganye Chiefdom professors received the award of honour; some of whom are holding leadership responsibilities, while some are in academy. They are as follows:

Prof. Auwal Muhammad Abubakar, Medical Director, Federal Medical Centre, FMC Yola, Adamawa state.

Prof. Abdullahi Liman Tukur, Vice Chancellor, Modibbo Adama University of Technology, MAUTech Yola, Adamawa state.

Prof. Maxwell Michael Gidado, Chief of Staff to the Adamawa state governor.

Prof. Sebastian Patrick (late) honoured posthumously

Prof. Emmanuel Camble, Librarian, University of Maiduguri, Borno state.

Prof. Daniel Kaleb Diraso, Modibbo Adama University of Technology, MAUTech Yola, Adamawa state.

Prof. John Umar Gangwari, Professor of Canon Law with the Catholic Institute of West Africa, Port Harcourt., Rivers a

Prof. Buba Wakili Misawa a Professor of political science at Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, USA

Prof. Zubairu Iliyasu, Consultant Public Health Physician AKTH, Professor Community Medicine, Bayero University Kano.

Prof. Ibrahim Baba Iya, Professor of Economics at Modibbo Adama University of Technology, MAUTech Yola, Adamawa state.

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