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Sallah: Gov. Yusuf flags off distribution of 700 cows in Kano

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Sallah: Gov. Yusuf flags off distribution of 700 cows in Kano

Governor Yusuf in company of Hasesi Kurban during flag-off of distribution of sallah meat to vulnerable families in Kano

Published By: Ayorinde Oluokun

By Maduabuchi Nmeribeh/Kano

Kano state Governor, Engr. Abba Kabir Yusuf has flagged off the distribution of meat from 700 cows slaughtered for 5,600 vulnerable people in Kano as part of rituals to mark the demonstration of sacrifice and generosity during the Eid El Kabir celebrations.

According to a Statement by the Governor’s spokesperson, Sanusi Bature Dawakin Tofa, Governor Yusuf inaugurated the distribution of meat from 700 cows to 5,600 individuals across the State, courtesy of a charitable organization based in Germany, HASENE, collaborating with the BARIS Foundation as part of their Edil-Kabir Kurban for the year 1445AH.

Launching the symbolic distribution at Bayero University, Kano, Governor Yusuf expressed profound joy at the benevolent act, foreseeing the upliftment of spirits among the countless individuals in need.

He charged the administrators and distributors of this initiative to uphold justice and maintain a devout reverence for Allah, to ensure the fulfillment of their entrusted responsibilities and the realization of the Kurban project’s objectives within the state.

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Governor Yusuf advocated for the extension of meat distribution to patients in hospital, inmates of care facilities, and destitute individuals roaming the streets.

He reaffirmed the Kano State Government’s unwavering commitments to partnering with any organization willing to aid the state’s populace in various aspects of life.

One of the sponsors of this project from Germany, Muhammad Aydin, stated that their presence in Kano is to celebrate Edil-Kabir and share their sacrificial meat with the Muslim community, intending to strengthen the bond of brotherhood.

He expressed gratitude for the gracious reception and warm hospitality extended to them by the Kano State Government and, by extension, the people of state.

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