Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, has referred parents to present priority to education in their children, specifically the female child. The Emir decided on Tuesday in Kano while addressing the humans of the kingdom at some stage in the traditional Hawan Daushe held at the State Authorities House, Kano.
He advised the political chiefs in any respect levels to prioritize women’s education as they did with their male counterparts. “The human beings need to prioritize their dedication towards the education of girls much like their male counterparts,” he said. He urged Kano humans to assist each other and paint as a crew for the state’s overall development. Sanusi also restated the Emirate Council’s assistance and cooperation to improve the condition. The monarch prayed for peace, balance, and progress inside the U.S. And for the secure return of pilgrims from the holy land.
The Emir called on the authorities to deliver to a quit kidnapping, banditry, poverty, and other vices threatening the country’s security. In his remarks, Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano restated his commitment to ensuring peace and protection within the country. The governor said that the country authorities had succeeded in using ICT to scale back and track criminals and decrease crimes within the nation. According to him, the synergy between security businesses within the kingdom has helped preserve peace within the nation. Ganduje said that the country delivered free and compulsory training for primary and secondary faculty college students inside the domain to reduce the wide variety of out-of-faculty children.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that those who attended the rite were the President of Guinea, Prof. Alpha Conde, Deputy Gov. Nasiru Gawuna, and the Secretary to the State Government, Usman Alhaji. Also in attendance were participants of the State Assembly and National Assembly, conventional rulers, and members of the Emirate council. NAN reviews that security became tight throughout the prayer as armed police officers and other security personnel have been deployed to numerous Eid grounds and other strategic places across the kingdom to ensure a nonviolent celebration.