Nubass Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic Chapter

Nubass Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic Chapter

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05/08/2019

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14/07/2019

Late Abubakar Tatari Ali .(1929-1993)
The First Civilian Governor Of Bauchi State
Between 1979 and 1983.

Late Tatari Ali was elected Governor of Bauchi State, Nigeria in 1979, holding office until the military coup on 31 December 1983 that brought General Muhammadu Buhari to power.
In 1971, Ali was head of the Ministry of Information. He visited Washington, D.C., that year during preparations for planning the World Festival of Black Arts and Culture, to be held in Lagos in 1974.

Ali was elected in 1979 at the start of the Nigerian Second Republic on the platform of the National Party of Nigeria (NPN). His government was active in constructing roads, housing projects and industries, and opened 16 model farms across the state. He initiated and constructed the five-star Zarand Hotel. He created 43 local governments in the state, which were later abolished after the coup of 31 December 1993 that brought in a new military government.

Ali attempted to revive the Bauchi Meat Factory, establishin complementary outfits like the Gubi Dairy Farm, Madangala Sheep Ranch, Galambi Cattle Ranch and Gombe and Takko poultry farms. These enterprises, run by civil servants, were generally not profitable.
He also introduced a car loan scheme for mid-level and senior civil servants.

When the Buhari government took control, Ali was out of th country on pilgrimage. He traveled to the UK where he died of a heart complication. His body was brought back to Nigeria and buried in his home town of Zaki, according to Islamic rites.
Ali's health suffered from the harsh treatment he received i jail and he died shortly after being released.

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