Kano to incorporate emirates in sectoral development – Commissioner 

The Kano state government has said with the consolidation of the four new emirates in the state, the stage has been set for the incorporation of the traditional institution into its sectoral development programmes to accommodate the overall socio-economic needs of the people.

The Commissioner for Information and Internal Affairs, Malam Muhammad Garba, stated this in a statement, in reaction to a plan allegedly being hatched by the opposition New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) to sack the new emirs when it assumes power come 2023.

He said since the new emirates were created to make the institution stand the test of time and move in the same pace with the global world, the All Progressives Congress (APC) government would make the monarchs stakeholders in the implementation of its development agenda.

Malam Garba stated further that the APC government plans to make the new emirates add value to its various development programmes such as health, agriculture, youth economic empowerment, free and compulsory basic and secondary education, scholarship programmes and various human development initiatives embarked upon by the administration in the state. 

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