Adamawa State House of Assembly on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of Alhaji Sanusi Suleiman Duhu as Member Adamawa State Judicial Service Commission (JSC).
The assembly’s resolution followed the consideration of a letter sent by Governor Ahmadu Umaru, and read at the plenary by the Speaker, Alhaji Aminu Iya Abbas during a resumed plenary.
Governor Fintiri informed the assembly that Sanusi Suleiman Duhu was nominated to replace late Suleiman Musa Ahmed who died recently.
While considering the letter following a motion to that effect by the Deputy Speaker, Mr. Pwamwakeno Mackondo of Numan constituency, the legislators unanimously resolved to confirm the nominee.
Speaking earlier during the consideration, the members’ representing Yola South constituency Alhaji Kabiru Mijinyawa and his counterpart of Ganye constituency, Alhassan Hammanjoda, urged his colleagues to confirm him.
The lawmakers told the assembly that the nominee has a rich profile and can contribute positively to the developmemt Judiciary in the state.
Thereafter, the Members representing Hong and Demsa constituencies, respectively Mr. Bathiya Wesley and Mrs. Kate Raymond Mamuno, moved for the confirmation of the nominee.
The Speaker, Aminu Iya Abbas, put the motion to that effect into voice vote and unanimously supported by the lawmakers present.
He thereafter, directed the clerk to commumicate the assembly’s resolution to Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for further action.
In his reaction, Sanusi Suleiman Duhu, thanked Governor Fintiri, for appointing him, and promised to bring his wealth of experience to bare in JSC in Adamawa
He also appreciated the Speaker as well as the members for confirming his appointment and promised not to disappoint the State.
Sanusi Suleiman Duhu, who holds BSc. Business Administration African Institute of Science Administration and Commercial Studies (Lome, Togo), is the Managing Director Sabon Dale Micro Investment Company Limited.
He was born on the 27th June, 1972, in Mubi North LGA, and attended Army Children School, Ojo, Lagos State from 1978 to 1982, Mubi I Primary School, as well as Federal Polytechnic Mubi.