By our Correspondent
The Dangote skills acquisition centre bill 2020 has scaled second reading at the Kano state house of assembly.
In a motion for the second reading, first allotted day by the Majority Leader and Member representing Warawa Constituency Hon Labaran Abdul Madari,stressing that providing the law will give room for the vocational skills acquisition to be autonomous and provide solution to unemployment rates in the society.
In a statement by the Chief Press Secretary, Uba Abdullahi, Hon Labaran Abdul Madari also stated that being autonomous would help a lot in reducing minor criminal waves in the society, where he prayed for the Honourable House to adopt the motion.
Members representing Sumaila,Dawakin Tofa,Tudun Wada,Kiru,Kunchi and Rimin Gado/ Tofa, Kibiya, constituencies second the motion and the Honorable House handed over the assignment to the House Committee on Special Duties to look in to the issue and report back within two weeks.
In a related development Member Representing Bunkure in the House of Assembly Hon. Muhammad Uba Gurjiya move a motion and pray to the Honorable House to call on the State Government for the completion of Shiye Electrification Project in Gafan Ward and Provide Transformer to Hayin Gada in Barkum Ward all in Bunkure Local government area.
Member representing Tudun Wada Hon Abdullahi Iliyasu Yaryasa and Member representing Kura/Garun Mallam also seconded the motion and pray the House would call on the State Government for the completion of these projects Honourable House handed over the assignment to the House Committee on Rural Electrification and was given seven days within which to report back to the House.
Likewise Member representing Kunchi/Tsanyawa Constituency Hon Garba Ya’u Gwarmai moved a motion for the provision of School of Health Technology in Tsanyawa Local Government Area.
The motion was seconded by the Members representing Rogo,constituency,where Hon Garba Ya’u Gwarmai pointed out that providing the School in Tsanyawa Local Government would provide solution to the gap in human resources within Medical and paramedical fields.
He also said the area being close to other state need to have such institution to make the knowledge accessible to all the citizens in the state and to provide a health care system to the grassroots.
Later matters of urgent public interest was presented to the Honorable House by Member representing Kiru Constituency Hon Kabiru Hassan Dashi where he moved a motion to call on the State government to liaise with all relevant agencies for the reopening of Malam Aminu Kano International Airport in view of its significant for the business and economic development.
The motion was seconded by Members representing Sumaila and Deputy Speaker,Hon Zubairu Hamza Massu,Dawakin Tofa, Hon Sale Ahemd Marke, Ungog,Hon Aminu Sa’adu Ungogo,Kano Municipal, Hon Salisu Maje Ahmed Gwangwazo.
The Honorable House called on the Governor to contact all relevant stakeholders for the reopening of the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport.