By Mohammed Kaka
A rare character of politics without bitterness has been exhibited by a college lecturer, Barrister Sabo Karabi Giade Esq after his inability to clinch the post of deputy provost of his institution.
Instead of complaining, the deputy college provost aspirant expressed delight and appreciation to the screening officials after failure to meet up with the 75 percent attendance of ASU Congress meeting which forms part of the requirements to enable him become the deputy provost.
Barrister Sabo Giade, a lecturer with the A.D Rufai college of Education, Legal and General studies, Misau, Bauchi made his position known in a press release exclusively issued to Baushe Daily Times on Thursday.
He said, “Alhamdulillah, maashaa Allahu kaana, wa maalam yasha lam ya kun”.
“My brothers and sisters, God’s choice is always the best choice. We always pray for the best, and Inshaa Allah, what Allah decreed is always the best”, Giade added.
The lecturer said he felt honoured with the kind of love and concern shown to him while he contested for the post of the deputy Provost of the institution he termed, “our great and esteemed College”.
“After having satisfied all the requirements, I failed to meet the 75 percent attendance of the ASU Congress meeting which disqualified me from contesting as provided in the byelaws of our great Union ( ADR COELEGS ASU BYE LAWS)”, he explained.
The lecturer while accepting the outcome of the screening exercise said, “I thank you so much for your kind and brotherhood advise you offered me”.
“Indeed, Allah destined that Malam Sulaiman Saleh Wakili will be our next Deputy Provost, so we have to forget the politicking and focus on the development of our great college”, Sabo Giade said.
He further said, “I am personally grateful to those of you who used their own money to purchase the application form for me to contest”.
“Wassalaamu Alaikum Wa rahmatullahi wa Barkaatuhu. Your brother, Sabo Karabi Giade Esq”, he concluded.