Government to demolish buildings erected on water ways in Kano
The Kano State Government says it will demolish buildings that are erected on water ways across the metropolis to avoid flooding.
NANS urges Governor Ganduje to reduce N17,000 damages imposed on Kano varsity students
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), has urged Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State, to reduce the N17,000 damages fee imposed on students of Kano State University Of Science And Technology (KUST), Wudil.
Jega heads Maitama Sule Centre for politics, governance
Kano State Government has appointed former INEC boss Prof. Attahiru Jega to head the committee madated to nurture the Maitama Sule Centre for Politics and Democratic Governance.
Security, herdsmen/farmers’ clashes central to 2019, says Ganduje
Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has said issues of security and herdsmen/farmers’ clashes will feature prominently in the 2019 general election...
Group kicks against inclusion of Kano ex-lawmakers in pension scheme
A civil society group, Centre for Human Right and Social Advancement, has cautioned the Kano State House of Assembly against including ex-lawmakers in its proposed amendment of pension scheme. The group’s Executive Director, Yusha’u Sani Yankuzo, disclosed this position to journalists in Kano yesterday. He said the proposal was sentimental, self-centered and contrary to the…
Economic opportunities in Lagos-Kano Summit
Sequel to British occupation and colonization of Nigeria, Lagos and Kano cities, the largest populated cities in the country had a long history of trade...
Kano gets land use charge task force, partners auctioneers
Aimed to generate additional revenue needed to address development challenges, particularly the provision of essential infrastructure and sustainable social services...
Confusion in schools as Kano State issues conflicting orders over security threat
Amid apprehension, public and private schools yesterday abruptly shut down over an alleged security threat in Kano State.