The Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Aisha Alhassan has officially resigned from her position as the Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development.
Alhassan’s resignation was disclosed in a letter of acceptance signed by the President, dated July 27th.
It reads: “I have today received your letter notifying me of your intention to contest for the governorship of Taraba State in the 2019 election.
“Let me thank you on behalf of the Federal Executive Council and Nigerians for your services as minister under this administration. I note with passion your past contribution to our great party APC during and after the 2015 elections.
“As you are aware I am totally committed to free and fair elections. Our policy is to support all APC candidates. I wish you well in your ambition to be governor of your state.
“Rest assured that all security agencies as well as INEC will have my full support to conduct free, fair and transparent elections in 2019.”