Kano State Government Rejects Controversial Security Outfit, Shege Ka Fasa

Kano State Government Rejects Controversial Security Outfit, Shege Ka Fasa

By Abdul Jummai | Politics Reporter on February 8, 2020
Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, Jafaar Jafaar, Nuradeen A. Ayagi
Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State. | NAN

The Kano State Government has dissociated itself from the newly floated Northern Security Network version codenamed ‘Operation Shege Ka Fasa’.

Abdulahi Ganduje, the governor of Kano state, disclosed this on Friday, February 7, 2020, while addressing State House Correspondents after leading a large number of Kano State eminent personalities on a courtesy visit on President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Ganduje disclosed that the Kano State Government had invested so much in security at various levels and it would be unnecessary to consider any other external arrangement.

He boasted the state’s security architecture had turned Kano into a trap for criminals.

He said that the state provides a conducive environment for the security agencies, adding that the Command and Control Centre was established where security agencies communicate with one another.

Besides, the state has constructed an Army Training Centre at Falgore, which he said is the biggest forest in the country, stressing that about N500 million had been committed to the project.

The Governor also said his administration’s free and compulsory education from basic to secondary levels was already addressing the dual menace of mass out of school children and early girl child marriage.

The governor, whose large entourage was without emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, said talks were still on to resolve the disagreement between the Emir and the Kano State Government.


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