Kano Govt affirms commitment to end drug abuse, other vices

 The Kano State Government has reaffirmed it’s commitment towards eradicating drug abuse and other vices.

The State Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Dr Zahra’u Muhammad-Umar, stated this when she visited Karaye Emirate Council.

Nuhannad-Umar said the state government has modalities in place to ensure that all forms of societal vices becomes history.

”The State Government is committed to inculcating moral values among the general public especially women and youths,” he said.

The commissioner also sought the support of  the Karaye Emirate Council in the fight against drug abuse.

She called philanthropists and other stakeholders in the state to assist in taking drug abuse victims to the Kiru Reformatory Centre, in order to rehabilitate them and reduce the effect of drug abuse which encourages criminal activities in the society.

Muhammad-Umar commended Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje, for rehabilitating the Kiru Reformatory Centre.

“The state government has rehabilitated hundreds of youths and women as well as engaged them in skills acquisition to reduce unemployment”

She further explained that the mission of Rehabilitating Karaye Women centers was to poverty from the grass root.

In his remark, the Emir of Karaye, Alhaji Ibrahim Abubakar II, commended the state government’s effort in the fight against drug abuse, adding that the Kiru Reformatory Centre was committed to good morals among drug abusers.

Abubakar said rehabilitating the Karaye Women centre the other hand, would go a long way in ensuring that women were not left behind in terms of development and called philanthropists to support the centre. (NAN)