Kano state governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has praised security agencies for rescuing nine kids allegedly kidnapped in Kano and sold in Anambra.
Mr Ganduje is however silent on efforts to return hundreds of Kano children abducted from 2014 and the remaining challenge of ensuring just punishment for the arrested suspects.
Kano Focus reports that Mr Ganduje, in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary Abba Anwar failed to offer any help to the nine rescued children concerning the trauma they have gone through.
Mr Anwar is yet to answer questions regarding these omissions sent to his voice mail by KANO FOCUS after he failed to respond to phone calls.
The statement however acknowledged that all security agencies “are really utilizing the modern technology we put in place in fighting crimes in the state.”
He assured the security agencies of his government’s continued support and dedication in the area of security, insisting that “… all hands must be on deck for our state and the nation at large, to enjoy lasting peace.”
Mr Ganduje however called on parents “…to be very vigilant with what is happening around them. They should keep vigil at all times. Nothing should be taken for granted.”