7 interesting things you should know about Nigeria’s 1st elected female governor

Senator Aisha Alhassan has emerged as the first elected female governor in Nigeria following a tribunal judgment which declared her the rightful winner of the April 11, 2015 governorship elections in Taraba State.

Senator Aisha Alhassan

Senator Aisha Alhassan has emerged as the first elected female governor in Nigeria following a tribunal judgment which declared her the rightful winner of the April 11, 2015 governorship elections in Taraba State.

The Taraba Governorship Election Petition Tribunal ruled on Saturday, November 7, that Alhassan had won the polls and ordered Darius Ishaku of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to vacate the position immediately.

Here are 7 interesting things you should know about Senator Aisha Alhassan:

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