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We’ll protect lives, property of Kano people — Gov. Yusuf





Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf of Kano State promised to safeguard the lives and property of the people within the state.

Governor Yusuf said this while hosting security leaders for an iftar gathering at the Government House in Kano, Monday.

In a statement by the governor’s spokesperson, Sunusi Bature, the governor lauded the security agencies for their indispensable role in ensuring the security and welfare of the citizens, recognizing and valuing their contributions.

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Governor Yusuf reiterated his administration’s firm dedication to strengthening the security framework to effectively deliver the essential services expected by both the government and the people of Kano.

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He also revealed that his government had commenced the procurement of food supplies for distribution, with security personnel being among the beneficiaries of the initiative.

He, however, commended the Federal Government for approving the allocation of food supplies to be distributed to the vulnerable people throughout the state.

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Besides, the governor encouraged the security agents to implore Almighty Allah and offer prayers “unceasingly for peace, stability, and prosperity in Kano State and across Nigeria during this sacred month of Ramadan.”

Security personnel present include the Commissioner of Police, Muhammad Hussaini Gumel; Brigadier General M.A Sadiq of the 3 Brigade of the Nigerian Army stationed at Bukavu Barracks, and Commander J. K Adedeji of the Naval Logistics College in Dawakin Tofa.

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They expressed their gratitude for the support provided by the Kano State Government to the security agencies.

They also reaffirmed their unwavering commitment to ensuring the security of Kano State, depicting the iftar gathering as a forum for discussing crucial matters essential for improving the operational effectiveness of security agencies in Kano.


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