Alhaji Muhammadu Magaji, the Aguma of Gwagwalada and traditional ruler of Gwagwalada area council in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), in a recent announcement disclosed the dissolution of all traditional titleholders’ appointments within the palace. This decision, conveyed in a statement issued in Abuja, emanated from the outcomes of the council’s quarterly meeting held in Gwagwalada.
The monarch clarified that the purpose behind this move is to facilitate the replacement of deceased traditional titleholders and the subsequent appointment of new individuals. The objective is to reinforce the support system for the palace in effectively managing the daily affairs of the traditional council.
Importantly, Alhaji Muhammadu Magaji emphasized that the decision is not driven by any intention to target specific individuals but rather aims at ensuring the smooth functioning of the traditional council.
Expressing gratitude for the past contributions of all traditional titleholders, the Aguma of Gwagwalada conveyed well-wishes for their future endeavors. Additionally, he assured the subjects and residents of Gwagwalada that the palace will soon announce its plans for constituting the new and strengthened Palace Council.
This forthcoming development is anticipated to bring vitality and robustness for the overall benefit of the palace and the Gwagwalada community.
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