Former Emir of Bakura in Zamfara State, Hassan Marafa, has emerged as the Deputy Chairman of the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Mr Marafa emerged during the party’s state congress held in Gusau, the state capital on Monday.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Mr Marafa was appointed Emir of Bakura in 2010 by former governor, Aliyu Mamuda, but was removed by the immediate past governor, Abdulaziz Yari, who replaced him with the current Emir, Bello Sani.
Mr Marafa would now deputise for the chairman, Ibrahim Mallaha, who was re-elected for second term during the state congress of the party, supervised by the former Niger governor, Babangida Aliyu.
Hamisu Modomawa emerged as the state Secretary of the party while the party’s former Woman Leader, Ai Maradun was elected Vice-Chairman, Zamfara West.
Other leaders that emerged during the congress include Sani Sada, Vice-Chairman North, Isa Maigemu Vice-Chairman Central and Sule Anka as Auditor.
Speaking at the end of the Congress, Mr Aliyu expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the delegates and charged members of the party to support the state executives in the discharge of their duties.
He urged them to resolve contentious issues amicably whenever they arise.