Demolition of ‘Ganduje’s structures’ will continue, Kano govt. insists

Kano governor Abba Kabir Yusuf’s government has said it will not stop demolishing structures authorized by his predecessor, Abdullahi Ganduje, despite the criticism that has prompted the move.

Kano Deputy Governor, Comrade Aminu Abdussalam Gwarzo, reiterated the government’s commitment to continue the ongoing demolition of illegal structures, initiated by the previous administration during a meeting with the Association of People’s Commissars. radical from the Tarauni Local Government Area at Government House on Thursday.

The Deputy Governor emphasized the importance of upholding the law and restoring order in the state’s urban areas.

According to him, the demolition of structures is necessary to ensure sustainable urban development and protect the interests of the public.

He also expressed concern about the negative impact of unchecked structures on physical infrastructure, drainage and public safety.

The deputy governor emphasized, “how the previous administration sold public property for personal gain without considering the consequences for the community”.

He mentions the division and sale of lands in the historic Massalacin Waje at the Fagge Local Government District, and parts of the Eid prayer area, both of which have important cultural and religious significance as an example. example.

Comrade Abdussalam questioned the silence of those who opposed the demolition, especially religious leaders, when the former Governor Ganduje, “is selling public property to his family and close associates. mine.”

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He also expressed disappointment at the sale of part of the cemetery to build shops, while highlighting the current administration’s efforts to improve such areas.

Commenting on the demolition of the Hajj Camp, the Deputy Governor explained, “how the facilities in the camp were divided and sold, even though its purpose was to serve as a place of exercise for the pilgrims. “

However, he noted that the current Governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf, had taken steps to rebuild the camp and ensure the provision of essential amenities.

The Deputy Governor also mentioned the demolition of the Daula Hotel, which was originally founded by the late Audu Bako to train students in tourism and event organization.

He expressed disappointment that, “the property was demolished by the former governor and sold to members of his family.”

He listed public properties that had been sold by the previous administration including: New Kano Government Building in Kwankwasiyya, equipment at Triumph, lands around Yusuf Maitama Sule University and Dansoshiya Forest, and sites extensive farmland across several Local Government Areas.

The Deputy Governor assured affected individuals and interest groups that the government would handle the situation fairly and fairly.

He stressed that, “a comprehensive review and verification process has been established to determine the legitimacy of the structures prior to their demolition.”

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Furthermore, Comrade Abdussalam urged residents to cooperate with the government and abide by the instructions and regulations issued by the relevant authorities.

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