From Maduabuchi Nmeribeh, Kano
…kicks off governance in earnest
As part of his strategic measures to push up vibrant socio-economic development, as the COVID-19 Pandemic dies out, Kano state Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has ordered contractors to move back to site, insisting on strict observance of the COVID-19 protocols.
Ganduje noted that, while global behaviour inches towards learning how to live with COVID-19 pandemic at both local and global levels, due to the absence of clear cut vaccine for the menace, all contractors handling different government projects in the state should go back to sites.
He said this Wednesday, during the State Executive Council meeting, declaring that, “life could pick up steadily for the continued development of the state.
“It is pertinent to note that, people should understand lucidly that there will life after COVID-19. As such we should not sit back and give less concern about that.”
Ganduje also ordered for the opening of all manufacturing companies in the state, to further take care of developmental aspect in the state in Post-COVID-19 era.
According to him, “with that, all workers of such companies can continue to earn their wages.”
Ganduje also maintained that people should begin to learn how to live with the present condition, just as he commended all members of the state Executive Council for their roles in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.
“Your individual and collective commitment during this period, shows that our philosophy of team work is strong and vibrant,” Ganduje lauded his Cabinet.