Umaru Sanda Ndayako

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Alhaji (Dr) Umaru Sanda Moshna Ndayako (CFR, OFR ), (1937 - 8 September, 2003) [1] shi ne Etsu Nupe kuma na 12 daga ɗayan gidajen masu mulki na Bida. Iyayensa sune Muhammadu Ndayako (CBE), marigayi na 9 Etsu Nupe da Aisha Nuadoro.[2] [3]

Fage ilimi[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Ndayako ya fara makarantar firamare a Elementary School Bida a shekarar 1945 sannan wasika ta tafi Ilorin don karatun sakandare a 1949 inda ya kammala a 1951, ya sami babbar takardar shedar kammala karatun sa a babbar kwalejin Gwamnati ta Zariya ( wacce a yanzu ake kira Barewa College Zaria ) a can ya kammala a 1956, sannan ya halarci Kwalejin Kimiyyar kere-kere da Fasaha ta Nijeriya da ke Zariya a shekarar 1957, sannan daga baya ya zarce zuwa Kwalejin Jami'a ta Ibadan (y kuma yi Jami’ar Ibadan ) kuma ya samu Digiri na farko a shekarar 1962[4]

Ayyuka[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Ndayako ya fara aikinsa da gwamnatin farko na shekaru 60 a matsayin Mataimakin Sakatare a Ma’aikatar Kananan Hukumomin Jihar Kaduna sannan kuma ya kasance Mataimakin Jami’in Gundumar mai kula da Tiv Divisions da wasikar da aka tura shi zuwa Jihar Kano a can ya yi aiki a matsayin Hakimin Gundumar Birane a 1965. ya kasance Babban Sakatare a Ma’aikatar Gidaje ta Legas sannan kuma ya kasance Mataimakin Sakatare na Dindindin na Sashin Siyasa, a 1968 aka nada shi Shugaban Jami’ar Ile-Ife (yanzu Obafemi Awolowo University ) Ile Ife, ya taba zama memba a Hukumar Jami’o’i ta Kasa kuma shugaban Jami’ar Ahmadu Bello. majalisa, da memba na Majalisar Jiha ta Kasa . Ya zama Etsu nupe a shekara ta 1975 har zuwa rasuwarsa a 2003, a can ya yi aiki na shekaru 28 kasancewa mafi dadewa da rike taken Etsu nupe, an ba shi lambar girmamawa ta kasa Kwamandan Jamhuriyar Tarayyar, CFR a 1982.[5] Ya kuma kasance shugaban Kwamitin Fasaha, wanda Olusegun Obasanjo ya kafa a 2003, yana jagorantar maza goma sha daya don kawo sauyi kan jajircewar shugabanci na kananan hukumomi, an kafa kwamitin a 1976 ta Gwamnatin Soja ta Obasanjo a Najeriya .[6] [7]

Gidan mulki[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Etsu Ndayako yana daya daga cikin mulkin gidan Bida, A gidan Masaba wanda yaci Etsu Bello da gidan Usman Zaki kakansa, masarautar yana da itacen hukunce hukuncen gidaje da kuma majalisar masu za ~ e, Umaru ne ya gaje Maliki (1884-1895) da kuma daga baya, Etsu Maliki ne ya gabatar da shi har zuwa bayan Muhammadu Ndayako a 1935, Muhammadu Ndayako, ɗa nega Muhammadu Makun na Dendo.[8] [9]

Ya gina Babban Asibitin Bida, wanda sunan shi bayan shi Umaru Sanda General Hospital wanda na 13 Etsu Yahaya Abubakar, wanda ya kasance yayar shi kuma magajin sa[10]

Iyalan Ndayako[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Sunan Ndayako a masarautar Nupe ta Bida ya yi daidai da na masarauta, tare da gidaje sama da 20 a Bida, sanannen suna ne da aka sani a duk faɗin ƙasar, tarihin dangi ya samo asali ne a lokacin Etsu Muhammadu Ndayako wanda ake kira da Baba Kudu, yayi mulki a shekaru 27. daga 1935 zuwa 1962, da Makun dan Etsu Nupe na uku kuma jika ga Malam Dendo wanda yawancinsu ana kiransu Manko, Bafulatanin mai wa'azin addinin Musulunci daga Kebbi wanda Usman dan Fodio ya aiko don yada addinin Musulunci a masarautar Nupe, dangin Ndayako suna da dangi sosai tare da yada Zuriya. a duk masarautar da ma bayanta, magidantan hukunce-hukuncen bishiyoyi, Usman Zaki, Masaba da Umaru Majigi sun yi mulkin masarauta a zagaye har zuwa yau.[11]

Ya mutu a watan Satumba na 2003 a Bida ya shafe shekaru 28 a kan karagar mulki a kan rashin lafiyar da ba a sani ba, bayan kammala aikin Kwamitin Fasaha na sake fasalin kananan hukumomi.[12] [13]

Duba kuma[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Manazrta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

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