Govt Tackling Insecurity, Other Challenges —Gov Uba Sani Reassures

Gov. Uba Sani of Kaduna State
Gov. Uba Sani of Kaduna State X (Twitter)

Governor Uba Sani has reassured the residents of Kaduna State that his administration is collaborating with the federal government to tackle issues such as insecurity and other challenges faced by the state's populace.

Simultaneously, he encouraged the residents to earnestly apply the teachings of Ramadan to foster the state's development and peace.

Following the Eid prayers in Zaria on Wednesday, he attended the Sallah Durbar ceremony at the Emir of Zazzau's Palace, where he made this appeal.

The governor mentioned that during Ramadan, prayers were offered for the state's peace, and he emphasized that the lessons from this period should inspire continued efforts towards the progress of both the state and the nation.

He acknowledged that insecurity is the primary concern in the state. To address this and other issues, there is a close collaboration between his administration, the federal government, and other stakeholders. He called on the public to remain engaged in promoting the state's progress.

Alhaji Ahmed Bamalli, the Emir of Zazzau, commended the security forces and both the Kaduna state and federal governments for their roles in preserving peace in the state.

He lauded the collaborative efforts that led to the release of the abducted Kuriga children and admired the attempts by the federal and Kaduna state governments to resettle the Tudun Biri community.

Furthermore, he acknowledged the Islamic clerics for their special prayers during the holy month of Ramadan, which contributed to peace in the state.

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