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Governor Ganduje Gets Kano Assembly’s Nod On N20 Billion Loan

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The Kano State House of Assembly on Monday approved a request by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje to obtain a loan of N20 billion to take care some financial challenges.

The chairman of the House Committee on Finance and Economic Development, Abubakar Zakari, said this while presenting the report to the governor’s request from the bailout funds to the State Assembly.

Zakari said that the House approved Ganduje’s request after the committee thoroughly studied the proposal.

According to him, if approved, the loan will enable the state government to pay pensioners.

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