Kano Govt Urged To Constitute Youth Committee

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Comrade Mustapha Gwarzo

By: JABIRU A. HASSAN, Kano

Kano State Governor  has been advised to constitute a high powered committee  on youth that would  work selflessly for the actualization of implementation of  government  programmes across the  state.

The call was made by Comrade Mustapha Umar Tallo Gwarzo, popularly known  as coach in an interview with journalists in Kano, adding that youth contribute towards  the  development of democracy in every country as change agents.

He expressed that Kano State Government is doing well in terms of youth development, but it is now the right time for Governor Ganduje to constitute a committee on youth that would strengthen the unity amongst the teaming youth in the state through various programmes.

Comrade Mustapha Tallo Gwarzo said that the committee if constituted, should focus on youth mobilization and empowerment on different skills acquisition, while the women gender be given full orientation about home economics and management which is the most important task for women as seen in other  developed countries.

Commenting on the recent youth empowerment by other political opponents, Mustapha Tallo Gwarzo  describe the action as political diversion because kano state governor has done a series of  similar programmes since he assume office and he is still initiating more empowerment projects for the betterment of our youth.

Comrade Mustapha Coach, who is also a renowned youth mobilizer and leader, is  a current affairs commentator, political analyst and a strong member of All Progressives Congress (APC) who has been contributing to the present political dispensation, assured that he would continue to  assist the Ganduje administration in order to achieve more successes  in Kano state.

He thanked the newly elected chairman of Gwarzo Local Government Council for bringing progress to the area despite the present global  economic challenges, and called on the youth of the area to support the present administration’s second term bid.

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