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Jerin Sunayen Gwamnonin Jihar Borno

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Jerin Gwamnonin Jihar Borno
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Jerin sunayen masu gudanar da mulki da gwamnonin jihar Borno, An kafa jihar Borno a ranar 3 ga Fabrairun 1976 lokacin da aka raba jihar Arewa maso Gabas zuwa jihohin Bauchi, Borno, da Gongola.

Suna matsayi shiga ofis Karin ofis Jam'iyya Karin bayani
Musa Usman[1] Gwamnan soji 28 May 1967 July 1975 soja North-Eastern State
Muhammadu Buhari Gwamnan soji July 1975 March 1976 Soja North-Eastern State
Group Captain Mustapha A. Amin[2] Gwamnan soji March 1976 July 1978 soja Gwamnan farko a jihar Borno
Tunde Idiagbon[3] Gwamna July 1978 October 1979 soja
Mohammed Goni[4] Gwamna October 1979 October 1983 GNPP Nigerian Second Republic
Asheik Jarma[5] Gwamna 1 October 1983 31 December 1983 NPN Nigerian Second Republic
Abubakar Waziri Gwamnan soji January 1984 August 1985 Soja
Abdulmumini Aminu Gwamnan soji August 1985 December 1987 soja
Abdul One Mohammed Gwamnan soji December 1987 December 1989 soja
Mohammed Maina Gwamnan soji December 1989 June 1990 soja
Mohammed Buba Marwa Gwamnan soji June 1990 January 1992 soja
Maina Maaji Lawan Gwamna January 1992 November 1993 SDP Nigerian Third Republic
Ibrahim Dada mai Gudanarwa 9 December 1993 22 August 1996 soja
Victor Ozodinobi mai Gudanarwa 22 August 1996 1997 Soja
Augustine Aniebo[6] mai Gudanarwa 1997 August 1998 soja
Lawal Haruna mai Gudanarwa August 1998 May 1999 Soja
Mala Kachalla[7] Gwamna 29 May 1999 29 May 2003 APP Nigerian Fourth Republic
Ali Modu Sheriff[8] Gwamna 29 May 2003 29 May 2011 ANPP
Kashim Shettima[9] Gwamna 29 May 2011 29 May 2019 APC
Babagana Umara Zulum[10][11][12][13] Gwamna 29 May 2019 Incumbent APC


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