From Mika’il Tsoho, Dutse
The Christian Rural and Urban Development Association of Nigeria (CRUDAN), has partner with Jigawa state Hisbah board and leadership of Christian Association of Nigeria in the state with aims to reduce gender base violence.
Speaking during the courtesy call visit to both Hisbah board and CAN leadership in Jigawa, the board chairman of CRUDAN Dr Patrick Katuka seeks support and strategic partnership to reduce domestic violences, rape cases and gender base violences.
He explained that, CRUDAN as non profit organization is working both at rural and Urban communities to reduce hardship and support vulnerable women and children for better development.
Dr. Katuka then congratulates the new leadership of CAN and urged them to join hand with CRUDAN and move Jigawa forward.
While making his remarks, the CAN chairman who was represented by former chairman Bishop Markus Yohanah Danbinta, promised to support CRUDAN’s move for better Jigawa state.
Also delivering his speech, the Commandant Jigawa state hisbah command who was represented by officer in charge of propaganda, Umar Abbas Jahun said, hisbah welcome any group or individual that would support fight against injustice and to ensure reconciliation and justice among Jigawa people.