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  • Updated: April 26, 2024

Kano Anti-graft vows to continue fight against corruption despite challenges

Kano Anti-graft vows to continue fight against corruption de

Kano Anti-Corruption Agency Boss, Muhyi Magaji Rimingado

The Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission, PCACC, has reaffirmed its commitment to continue fighting corruption despite facing numerous challenges.

Barrister Muhuyi Magaji Rimin Gado, Chairman of the commission, made the remark on Friday at a media briefing held at the commission’s headquarters.

He said, “Fightghting corruption is a difficult task as corruption often fights back in a dirty way, the commission will never be reluctant,” he said.

This comes after the Kano State Police Command's withdrawal of personnel attached to the Kano PCACC on Thursday citing orders from the Inspector General of Police.  

However, the police reversed the decision in less than 24 hours.

When questioned about the recent police withdrawal, Rimin Gado expressed his satisfaction with the officers' return, highlighting the Kano State Police Command's unwavering support to the commission. 

"Honestly, I sincerely appreciate the support of the police in carrying out our responsibilities with highly responsible personnel attached to us," Muhuyi noted.


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