By RABIU SANUSI Kano
The governor of Kano State, Engr Abba Kabir Yusuf, alongside the state commander of the NDLEA Kano State Command, Abubakar Idris Ahmad, has took a critical step towards tackling the issue of drug abuse in the state.
The Executive Governor of Kano and the state commandant of NDLEA paid a visit to the Ƙiru reformatory center immediately after the governor’s swearing in to show his commitment towards curbing the drug menace, which has become a significant source of concern globally.
This was containing in a statement signing by the public relation officer of command Sadiq Muhammad Maigatari which made available to newsmen.
Triumph reports that the governor visit to the rehabilitation center signified his readiness to work in partnership with the NDLEA in its fight against drug abuse in Kano. During the visit, the governor and the commander engaged in fruitful talks on how to curtail the menace effectively.
In his remark the NDLEA Kano State Command Abubakar Idris Ahmad said they are grateful for the governor’s support in fight against drugs.
“His commitment is commendable, and we are happy to have him on board in raising awareness about the dangers of drug abuse and creating a drug-free society.”
“We would like to urge the general public to join us in this fight against drugs and other vices. Together, we can make Kano State and Nigeria at large drug free.