Kano State Governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf hit the ground running on Monday shortly after he took oath of office following a visit to Ƙiru reformatory center in company of Kano State Commander
of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency
Abubakar Idris Ahmad in one of the major steps to tackle prevalent drug abuse in the state.
The visit by the new governor alongside the state commander of the Kano State Commander, Abubakar Idris Ahmad signified the preparedness of the administration to partner with the drug Agency to curb drug menace in the state.
Curbing drug menace has of late become a significant source of concern globally.
A statement by ASN II Sadiq Muhammad Maigatari, Ag. PRO, NDLEA, Kano Command that was made available to newsmen in Kano reported that both the governor and the commander engaged in fruitful discussions on how to curtail the menace effectively.
Maigatari stated that NDLEA Kano State Command is grateful for the governor’s support in this fight against drug abuse.
“His commitment is commendable, and we are happy to have him on board in raising awareness about the dangers of drug abuse and creating a drug-free society.
“We would like to urge the general public to join us in this fight against drugs and other vices. Together, we can make Kano State and Nigeria at large drug-free.”