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Kano Govt. trains 30,000 youths on security measures


Kano- The State Corporate Security Training Institution, Kano, on Tuesday said it had trained 30,000 youths on different security measures to help in protecting lives and property in the state.

Alhaji Kabiru Kura, the Senior Special adviser to Gov. Rabiu Kwankwaso on security and head of the institution, disclosed this to newsmen in Kano.

He said the youths had been included in the state’s civil service pay roll to encourage them to work hard.

“With this development, the level of unemployment will be reduced in the state.’’

Kura also said that the youths would be deployed to public places, ministries, agencies and other places across the state.

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“We are going to deploy them to hospitals and schools to strengthen security across the state.

“The institution was established in 2012, with only 200 students, but today, we have trained 3,220 youths,” he said.

The special adviser said the institution had requested for the construction of a permanent site in its budget proposals.

“We are at present operating in a temporary site located at Zakirai, Gabasawa Local Government Area of the state,” he said.

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