Gov. Sule’s Aide Faces Assembly Probe




Arch. Stanley Buba

By Beauty John, LAFIA 


The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Ad-hoc committee investigating the activities of the state Urban Development Board (NUDB), has commenced investigation on the suspended Senior Special Assistant to governor Abdullahi A Sule on Development Control,  Arch. Stanley Buba over signing of documents while on suspension.

Chairman of the committee,  Hon David Maiyaki made this known when Buba appeared before the committee in Lafia, on Tuesday.

The chairman states that the invitation extended to the suspended governor’s aide was to get information from him on the activities of the board.



“We have invited the management staff of the NUDB and we have gotten the necessary information from them.

“And today, we have  invited you to hear your role regarding the activities of the board.

“We will continue with our investigation in order to come up with the true picture on the activities of the board,” he said.

Earlier, Arch. Stanley Buba, the suspended aide on Development Control admitted that he signed the documents while on suspension. 

However, in his defense, he said he did it on the governor’s directive.

Prompt News recalls that on Sept. 9, 2020, Nasarawa State House of Assembly had recommended his suspension to pave way for investigation into the activities of the state Urban Development Board.

On October 9th, 2020, Governor  Sule approved the suspension of Arch. Stanley Buba.

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