Abdu Dawakin Tofa

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Alhaji Abdu Dawakin Tofa (1932– 2003) wani masanin harkar noma ne kuma mataimakin Muhammadu Abubakar Rimi wanda ya yi gwamnan jihar Kano a taƙaice daga Mayu da Oktoba 1983 a lokacin Jamhuriya ta Biyu ta Najeriya.[1]

Bayan Fage[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Abdu Dawakin Tofa ya samu babbar difloma daga Makarantar Aikin Gona, Samaru, Zariya. Daga 1954 zuwa 1960, ya kasance mai taimakawa aikin gona a tsohuwar Lardin Borno. Tofa ya kasance babban malami a makarantar Audu Bako ta aikin gona, Dambatta lokacin da aka nada shi Kwamishinan Noma na jihar Kano a 1979. Daga baya ya zama Kwamishinan Ayyuka na Musamman a cikin majalisar gwamna Muhammad Abubakar Rimi.[2]

Siyasa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Lokacin da aka tsige Mataimakin Gwamna Ibrahim Farouk, Tofa ya maye gurbin sa. Jam'iyyar sa ta Ƙungiyar fansar mutane (PRP) ta kasu kashi biyu zuwa Santsi (Imodu) da Tabo Faction. Ya zama shugaban jam'iyyar na Kano Directorate Immodus Faction yayin da Abdullahi Aliyu Sumaila ya kasance Sakatare-Janar na kungiyar na Fice na jihar Kano.

Lokacin da Rimi ya sauya sheka daga Jam’iyyar Redemption Party (PRP) zuwa Jam’iyyar Jama’ar Najeriya (NPP) bayan rashin jituwarsa da mai ba shi shawara kan harkokin siyasa, Aminu Kano, a shirye-shiryen zaɓen 1983 ya yi murabus daga mukaminsa. Tofa ya zama gwamna a watan Mayu 1983 kuma ya rike mukamin har zuwa Oktoba 1983. Ya yi rawar gani wajen kafa Hukumar Bunkasa Nazarin Noma ta Kano - KNARDA - da nufin “kwato‘ yancin talaka gaba daya daga yunwa, cututtuka, da talauci ”.

Cin Hanci da Rashawa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Bayan gwamnatin soja ta Janar Muhammadu Buhari ta karɓi mulki a juyin mulkin Najeriya na 1983, Tofa ya shigar da kara a gaban wata kotu ta musamman. kuma aka daure shi na tsawon shekaru 21 saboda laifuka da suka haɗa da karɓar N265,000 kickback a kan N3.5 kwangilar miliyan da aka baiwa kamfanin gine-ginen Ashab.

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  1. "Nigerian Federal States". WorldStatesmen. Retrieved 5 April 2010.
  2. Mohammed Mousa-Booth (1987). Kano State, 20 years of progress. Kano State, Ministry of Home Affairs, Information, and Culture. p. 41.