KNSG approves N37m for purchase of JAMB forms for 5,000 candidates

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The Kano Government has approved more than N37 million for the purchase and distribution of JAMB forms to 5,000 prospective candidates in the State.‎

The state Commissioner for Information, Malam Muhammad Garba, disclosed this while briefing newsmen on the outcome of the weekly state’s Executive Council Meeting in Kano on Tuesday.‎

‎He said the council had also approved more ‎than N30 million for the renovation of Dandalama ‎Secondary School at Dawakin Tofa Local Government Area of the state.‎

‎Garba added that the council approved ‎more than N247 ‎million for the rehabilitation of Niger, Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo roads in Sabon Gari area of Fage Local Government area. ‎

The commissioner also said more than N31 million was approved for the rehabilitation of Gwagwarwa Shariah court.‎

‎“The council also approved N80 million f‎or the purchase of first phase of equipment for the resuscitation of Triumph Newspapers and the constitution of 10-man Management Committee.

“More than N 476 million was also approved for the rehabilitation of road networks within Janbulo quarters along Gwarzo Road,” he said.

Garba said that the council also released‎ N145 million for the purchase of delivery Kits at Hospitals ‎across the state.

He said that the council approved more than N64 million for the purchase of ‎Toyota Hilux for the operation of Hisba Board.‎

The commissioner said that government was determination to develop infrastructure as part of its initiatives to improve the welfare of the people.