Kebbi Governor Fires Aide Over Inappropriate WhatsApp Post

Afaf Fahchouch
Afaf Fahchouch
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Kebbi Governor

The Governor of Kebbi State, Nasiru Idris, has taken decisive action by dismissing his Special Adviser on Youths, Babangida Sarki, for sharing offensive content related to homosexuality on his Whatsapp status. The post caused widespread condemnation on social media platforms.

The Kebbi State Government released a statement through its official Twitter page, stating that the dismissal was a direct response to the indecent nature of the post shared by the aide. The Governor expressed deep displeasure over the incident, emphasizing that the act undermined the moral and social values of the predominantly Islamic Kebbi society.

In the statement, the Kebbi State Government stressed that it will not tolerate such behavior that goes against the moral principles and integrity of the state’s people. Governor Nasiru Idris reaffirmed his commitment to upholding the moral fabric of the society, vowing to take firm action against any public official found engaging in similar inappropriate conduct. The dismissal of Babangida Sarki serves as a stern warning to other public officers, cautioning them against making offensive posts on their social media platforms.

This decisive action by the Kebbi Governor sends a strong message that the government is committed to preserving the moral values and social ethos of the state. It highlights the importance of maintaining integrity and upholding Islamic principles within public administration. The incident serves as a reminder to all public officials to exercise caution and responsibility when using social media, as their actions reflect not only on themselves but also on the government they represent.

Afaf Al Fahchouch

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