Alh. HAMISU MAMUDA SAYAYA
The Director, General Services Department, Alhaji Hamisu Mamuda Sayaya was born on the 30th November, 1958 at Sayaya, Matazu Local Government Council in Katsina State. He holds a B.A. (Edu) Geography of Bayero University Kano and a member of the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria.
The officer started his working career in 1987, with the defunct Kaduna State Ministry of Education, later moved to Katsina State Ministry of Education within the same year. He started as a master Grade II officer and rose to Chief Education Officer on before joining NABTEB in year 2000 as an Assistant Chief Examination Officer. He was posted to Maiduguri as the first Zonal Coordinator in-charge of Borno, Bauchi and Yobe States. After his promotion to Assistant Director in year 2005, he was posted to North West Zonal Office in Kaduna State as the Zonal Coordinator in-charge of Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Jigawa, Kebbi, Sokoto and Zamfara States.
Alhaji Hamisu, Mamuda Sayaya was promoted as Deputy Director on 1st January 2010. He was posted to Examinations Development Department from September 2014 to March 2015 as Deputy Director (E.D.)
Alhaji Hamisu Mamuda Sayaya is married with children.
Alh. Hamisu Mamudah was born to the family of late Malam and Mrs. Mamuda of Sayaya in Matazu Local Government Area of Katsina State on 30th Nov. 1958. He attended L.E.A. primary school Sayaya (1969-1975) Katsina Teachers College (1975-1980) for his Teachers Grade II Certificate, School of General Studies Bayero University Kano, Kano State (1981-1982) and Faculty of Education Bayero University, Kano (1982-1985) for his Bachelor of Art degree in Education/Geography.
After years of meritorious service with Katsina State Ministry of Education Alh.Hamisu Mamuda Sayaya assumed duty with the Board on 14th August, 2000 as Chief Test Administration Officer.
The Governing Board at its Regular meetings approved the appointment of Alh. Hamisu Mamuda Sayaya as the Director. He was subsequently deployed to Head the Department of General Services.