Bashir Dalhatu

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Àtụ:Infobox nobleBashir Dalhatu (amuru na abali iri-na-abuo n’onwa Nọvemba nke afọ 1949), nke akpọrọ Wazirin Dutse, bu onye ala Nigeria na onye isi ala.

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A mụrụ Bashir Dalhatu na Dutse n'abalị iri na abụọ nke ọnwa Nọvemba afọ 1949. Ọ gara Rumfa College, Kano site na 1963 ruo 1967. N'afọ 1972, o nwetara nzere bachelọ na iwu na Mahadum Ahmadu Bello na Zaria, wee kpọbata ya na ụlọ ọrụ iwu N'afọ 1973 tupu ọ mechaa gụọ akwụkwọ iwu na London. [1]

Ọ rụrụ ọrụ na Gọọmentị nke Kano Steeti na n'ụlọ ọrụ ọzi dị iche iche: ụlọ ọrụ ozi nke ndị ọrụ nke Kano Steeti na nyocha na ụlọ ọrụ ozi nke ndị ọrụ ugbo, tupu ọ mechaa bụrụ onye ndụmọdụ steeti na ụlọ ọrụ oziikpe ziri ezi. O mechara tọọ ntọala ụlọ ọrụ nke onwe bụ BM Dalhatu & Co. na Kano. [2]

N'afọ 1993, Dalhatu rụrụ ọrụ na Gọọmentị Etiti dị ka odeakwụkwọ nke njem na njem ụgbọelu. Ọ jekwara ozi n'ọchịchị Sani Abacha dị ka Onye ozi nke ike na igwe site n'afọ 1993 ruo 1997; na Onye ozi na-ahụ maka ihe na-eme n’ime obodo n’afọ 1997 ruo 1998, ma mecha lụọ ada Abacha. [3] [4]

N'afọ 2018, a kwalitere ya na Walin Dutse, ka ọ nọchie nwanne ya nwoke bụ Muktar Muhammed dị ka Waziri (onye isi ndụmọdụ Emir) nke Dutse Emirate) . [5] Dalhatu bụkwa onye nnọchi anya nsọpụrụ na Tunisia.

Mmasị Ndorọ ndorọ ọchịchị[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

A hoputara ya n’ime ndi otu mmebe 1978 nke weputara Iwu nke 1979 . Na ngwụcha ọgbakọ a, ọ mechara bụrụ otu n'ime ndị otu tọrọ ntọala otu National Party nke Naijiria ebe, n'agbata afọ 1979 na 1983, ọ bụ onye enyemaka onye ndụmọdụ gbasara iwu obodo, onye osote odeakwụkwọ steeti Kano na odeakwụkwọ steeti. [6]

O mechara bụrụ otu onye n'ime ndị isi na National Republican Convention na onye isi oche nke Think Tank nke Mgbasa Ozi Onye isi ala. O mechara bụrụ onye otu ntọala nke Peoples Democratic Party, [7] tupu ọ pụọ ịzọ ọkwa Gọvanọ nke Jigawa Steeti n'okpuru All Nigeria Peoples Party . [8]

N'afọ 2006, na-imegide Olusegun Obasanjo, Dalhatu guzobere Advanced Congress of Democrats, tupu emesịa jikọta pati ahụ na Action Congress of Nigeria, ebe ọ bụ odeakwụkwọ mba ruo mgbe ọ gbara arụkwaghịm n'afọ 2007, mgbe otu ahụ jụrụ isonyere Ọchịchị Umaru Yar'Adua. . [9]

Azụmaahịa[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ọ bụ osote onye isi oche nke Freedom Radio Naijiria, otu n'ime ụlọ ọrụ ndị ama ama na mgbago ugwu Naijiria. Ọ mechara bụrụ onye isi oche nke Ụlọ ọrụ mmepe Naijiria ọhụrụ na 2015. [10] Ọ bụkwa onye isi oche nke Highland Waters na Marketing Limited.

Ọ bụ onye otu, ndị isi oche na ikike ọdụ ụgbọ mmiri Naijiria yana onye otu ndị ọka iwu Naijiria na otu ndị ọka iwu mba nile Bar .

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  1. Nda-Isiah (15 November 2019). PMB Greets Wazirin Dutse, Bashir Dalhatu On 70th Birthday. Leadership.
  2. Maliki (2017-11-19). Bashir Dalhatu promoted Wazirin Dutse (en-GB). Daily Trust. Retrieved on 2020-04-21.
  3. Nigeria: What Looting Has Joined Together.... Tempo (Lagos) (12 July 1999).
  4. Nigeria: Abacha's Son-In-Law. Tempo (Lagos).
  5. Mudashir (2018-12-08). ‘Wazirin Dutse didn’t attain status by accident’ (en-GB). Daily Trust. Retrieved on 2020-04-21.
  6. ALHAJI BASHIR DALHATU (en-US). The Peace Institute. Retrieved on 2020-04-21.
  7. BabaGboin (2008-12-30). PDP and the 2011 Challenge - Any Hope for Nigeria?. Sahara Reporters. Retrieved on 2020-04-21.
  8. Sanda (6 February 2003). Court Declares Dalhatu Jigawa ANPP Candidate. ThisDay.
  9. Refugees. Refworld | Nigeria: The Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), including its structure, name of president and principal leaders; treatment of its members by the authorities (2008-February 2012) (en). Refworld. Retrieved on 2020-04-21.
  10. Bashir (23 May 2015). Dalhatu Appointed NNDC Board Chairman. Daily Trust.