The Kano state Government has today present offers of permanent and pensionable employment to 45 casual staff of History and Culture Bureau (Koroso Dancers) in an effort to bring succour to them.
Presenting the offers at the grand occasion held at the conference hall of the ministry, the Commissioner for Tourism and Culture Alh Ibrahim Ahmed Karaye (Madakin Karaye) explained that the present administration is always committed and apt towards making life easier and meaningful to its teeming populace by way of executing viable projects and programmes that has direct impact to the socio economic development in the state.
The Commissioner further explained that, this is part of the Ganduje’s laid administration gesture to reciprocate the hardworking casual or permanent staff as the case may be.
He enjoined them to rededicate themselves towards postering good image and cultural heritage of the state where ever they find themselves, he stressed.
Karaye also assured them, that plan is on the top gear to provide them with flamboyant dresses and other supports to make them unique and attractive, and enjoined them to continue to rally round the present administration for more goodies, he emphasised.
Ealier, the Executive Secretary history and culture bureau Alh. Ibrahim Umar Tofa expressed his profound appreciation to Governor Ganduje and his wife Professor Hafsat Ganduje for doing the needful within a short period of time to actually the long awaited dreams of the Koroso Dancers by giving them permanent and pensionable offers of employment dispite so many challenges.
Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries of this laudable intervention, Abdulaziz Abubakar and Jimmai Dauda, pledged to put in their best for accelerated development and describe Governor Ganduje and his wife professor Hafsat Ganduje as worthy of emulation, and caring and pray for Allah’s continue guidance and protection to them.