The Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, on Monday, dissolved his cabinet ahead of the May 29 handover.
He, therefore, ordered all Public Officers holding political appointments to hand over affairs of their offices in line with established procedure.
This was made known in a statement titled: “Handover of Activities” from the office of the Secretary to the State Government and signed by the permanent secretary, Hajiya Bilkisu Maimota.
Ganduje instructed all Commissioners, Special Advisers, chief Executives of Parastatals/Government owned-Companies and other political appointees to hand over to the permanent secretaries and Director, administration and general services in their respective establishments.
The Governor directed that all government properties in possession of the appointees be handed over to Permanent Secretaries or Directors of Administration & General Services/Directors Personnel Management (DPM), as the case may be latest, by May 26.
He also asked them to make copies of their handover notes available to the Office of the Secretary to the State Government for records.