From Mustapha Adamu, Kano
Kano State government has urged communities across the state to follow proper channel to voice out challenges bedeviling them for prompt intervention, saying the call was its commitment to providing even development in the state.
This was stated by the state Deputy Governor and Commissioner for Education, Prof. Hafizu Abubakar, during a launch of Community Development Charter (Village Book) of Dakata, Gawuna and Hotoron- Kudu areas of Nassarawa Local Government Area of the state yesterday.
The books, which contain challenges faced by the aforementioned areas and solutions to the outlined problems, were published to inform the government about the problems for its intervention.
Abubakar, represented by Abdullah Gwarzo, a senior officer in the state’s ministry of education, said the introduction of the books was timely as the government was planning to collaborate with communities across the state to explore their respective challenges in order to provide succour.
He commended members of the communities for coming up with new means of communicating with the government, calling on other communities to follow suit.
He also urged the general public to grab copies of the book as it would be beneficial to them when it comes to approaching the government on problems bedeviling their communities.