Mohammed Dabo Lere

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Alhaji Mohammed Dabo Lere (1940–2002) ɗan siyasan Najeriya ne wanda aka zaɓa a matsayin Gwamnan Jihar Kaduna, Najeriya tsakanin Janairu 1992 zuwa Nuwamba 1993 a lokacin Jamhuriya ta Uku ta Najeriya.[1]

Aiki[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Ya bar ofis bayan juyin mulkin soji wanda ya kawo Janar Sani Abacha kan karagar mulki. Dabo Lere dan asalin Hausa-Fulani ne. An haife shi a cikin gidan sarautar Lere a ranar 15 ga Maris, 1940 a garin Lere da ke Karamar Hukumar Lere a Jihar Kaduna. Maimakon haka, abu guda da ake zargi ba komai bane illa jahilci da rashin aikin yi a Najeriya. Dabo Lere ya kafa kwamitin shari’a na mutum 7 don binciken rikicin, amma babu bangaren da ya gamsu.[2]

Tuhuma[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

A ranar 15 ga Mayu 1992 aka sake samun barkewar tashin hankali a Zangon-Kataf, kuma bayan labari ya bazu zuwa Kaduna an ƙara samun tashin hankali a cikin ramuwar gayya daga ɓangarorin biyu. Abun kunya ne cewa attajirai daga ɓangarorin biyu sun taimaki matasan su da makamai don yaƙar mutanen da suke kira abokan gaba. Daga karshe Dabo Lere ya yi watsa shirye -shirye da karfe 7 na yamma a ranar 17 ga Mayu, inda ya yi kira da a kafa dokar hana fita, wanda aka yi watsi da shi.[3] Bayan kwanaki huɗu, kwanciyar hankali ya dawo lokacin da shugaban ƙasa Ibrahim Babangida ya ba da umarnin dokar hana fita daga magariba zuwa asuba sannan ya garzaya da sojoji da 'yan sandan kwantar da tarzoma daga wasu jihohi.[4] A shekarar 2001, Dabo Lere ya jagoranci magoya bayan Ibrahim Babangida a Arewa.[5][6]

Mutuwa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Dabo Lere ya mutu ne sakamakon bugun jini a Abuja a ranar 18 ga Fabrairu 2002, yana da shekara 64.[7]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

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  2. "Why Kaduna State Should Be Split - Ex-Deputy Gov". Daily Trust. 12 November 2008. Retrieved 2010-03-29.
  3. Toyin Falola (2001). Violence in Nigeria: The Crisis of Religious Politics and Secular Ideologies. University Rochester Press. p. 217ff. ISBN 1-58046-052-6.
  4. "Nigeria Fighting Kills 300 Ethnic Tensions Threaten Election". The Washington Post. May 20, 1992. Retrieved 2010-03-29.
  5. Nereus Nwosu (October 1996). "Religion and the Crisis of National Unity in Nigeria" (PDF). University on Ilorin. p. 146. Retrieved 2010-03-29.
  6. "Cold Calculations for Power". ThisDay. 2001-04-14. Archived from the original on 2005-09-23. Retrieved 2010-03-29.
  7. Suleiman Mohammed (19 February 2002). "Dabo Lere is Dead". Daily Trust. Retrieved 2010-03-29.