Kano declares Monday public vacation for brand spanking new Islamic 12 months

The Kano State Government has declared Monday a public vacation in commemoration of the start of the brand new Islamic calendar 12 months 1446 AH.

This is contained in an announcement by the state Commissioner for Information, Baba Dantiye on Friday.

According to the assertion, Governor Yusuf Abba urged residents to make use of the vacation to replicate on the previous 12 months and have interaction in useful actions.

He enjoined the folks of the state to make the most of the vacation to replicate on the earlier 12 months and commit themselves in mutually useful actions that may convey succor to them in these troublesome and attempting instances.

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“The state government on its part will continue to implement and initiate policies and programmes that will empower citizens to be self-dependent,” the assertion stated.

Abba additionally known as on the Muslim neighborhood to accentuate prayers for steady peace and progress within the state and the nation at giant.

He additionally highlighted the significance of collective effort and prayer in reaching the state’s targets.

He expressed optimism that with the prayers and help of the folks, his administration will flip across the fortunes of the state and return it to be some of the economically affluent amongst its friends within the nation.

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