Kano govt eyes NIPSS study outcome to revitalise industries

Kano State government says it was ready to implement findings of the ongoing study by the Senior Executive Course 45 of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS, Kuru, which aimed at developing intervention strategies against challenges faced by industries in the state.

The state Deputy Governor, Aminu Abdussalam Gwarzo, made the disclosure on Monday when he played host to the participants of the NIPSS Course 45 in Kano.

A statement signed by the Deputy Governor’s media aide, Ibrahim Garba Shuaib, noted that ”The group seeks to analyze and identify challenges faced by industries in Kano State, particularly in areas such as power and climate change, with a focus on understanding their impact on the lives of ordinary citizens”.

The Director General of NIPSS, Professor Ayo Omotayo, who led the delegation, said their primary objective in Kano is to engage with key stakeholders involved in industrialization.

The statement read further:

”Dr. Baffa Abdullahi Bichi, the Secretary to the State Government , extended his appreciation to NIPSS for selecting Kano State as one of the seven states for their study tour.

”He assured the delegation that the state government would provide all necessary support and resources to facilitate their research, ensuring the generation of valuable findings for effective implementation within the state.

”Comptroller of Immigration and SEC 45 participant, Franka Nwaneka, expressed gratitude to the Kano state government and its people for the warm welcome.

”Nwaneka pledged to utilize their utmost abilities and capacities during the study tour to produce fruitful results.”

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