Almajiris: Kano Gov, Ganduje, Bans Street Begging, Inspects Tsangaya Schools

Press Statement 

Kano Bans Begging : Gov. Ganduje Inspects Tsangaya Schools For Full Scale Implementation

Preparations are in top gear for the full scale implementation of the banning of street begging by the Kano state government, when governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje visited some Tsangaya schools in Kiyawa town of Bagwai local government, Kanwa town of Madobi local government and Bunkure, in Bunkure local government.

“The visit was as part of the final touch for the full scale take-off of our banning of begging in the state. Begging is banned and will remained banned. We ate telling these beggars to leave begging forever. And we are committed to see to the implementation of this,” he warned. 

He said all arrangements are concluded for seeing that all Almajiri schools and Almajiris comply with the state policy on free and compulsory education, adding that  “When we capture these beggars we take them to these facilities and take good care of them, we give them education, feed them and look after their living condition.”

Each of the facilities visited by the governor could accommodate thousands of Almajiris and there are 12 similar facilities across some local governments in the state. Each facility has dormitory, hostels, cafeteria, thousands of toilets, staff quarters among others. 

He disclosed that, what would be taught in Tsangaya schools in the spirit of Tsangaya integration, apart from English and Mathematics, Arabic languages would also be taught to children, so that they would begin to understand the meaning of the Holy Qur’an they study under their Malams.

For total compliance of free and compulsory education, governor said all out-of-school children must go back to schools. “We employ over 8,000 teachers recently that would be send to such schools. These children would also be given training on skills acquisition. So that they would become self-independent.”

On the Tsangaya integration system with the free education policy he discloses three strategies for that. Firstly he said “Those begging in the street as we take them off the street we will take them to those newly established Tsangaya schools. 

We keep them there give them Qur’anic education, English language, Mathematics and Arabic language for them to understand the meaning of the what they are reading, the Holy Qur’an.”

Explain further that, “The second strategy is, those that are under their guardians, we will enrol them into nearby primary schools. And after finishing their primary education we will take them to secondary schools also.”

While the third strategies is that “Those with thousands of Almajiris would be integrated also into out free and compulsory education system. It is also part of the reasons why we employ, just recently about 8,000 teachers.

While at the same time government will continue to provide the schools with foodstuffs and some amount of logistics for them to take care of the children. That we have already started with some pilot Almajiri schools. And we are improving the facilities to be healthy.”

While insisting that begging is not Islamic, governor Ganduje observed that, “Begging is poverty-driven, as a result of lack of parental care and lack of societal care. We must take the responsibility of our children. 

As we born them, Allah places such responsibilities on our shoulders. Those kicking against our policy are anti-development and anti-people. Or they even lack proper understanding of the position of Islam on begging.”

Abba Anwar 

Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Kano State 

Sunday, 1st March, 2020

fatimanbaba1@gmail.com

13 thoughts on “Almajiris: Kano Gov, Ganduje, Bans Street Begging, Inspects Tsangaya Schools

  • March 22, 2021 at 5:00 am
    Permalink

    11373 445992Thanks for the post. I like your writing style – Im trying to start a weblog myself, I think I may well read thru all your posts for some suggestions! Thanks once far more. 761140

  • April 1, 2021 at 11:56 am
    Permalink

    992986 520590I actually really like the theme on your site, I run a internet website , and i would adore to use this theme. Is it a no cost style, or is it custom? 649319

  • April 2, 2021 at 4:23 pm
    Permalink

    100206 354261I genuinely like reading by way of and I feel this web site got some genuinely utilitarian stuff on it! . 267362

  • June 5, 2021 at 9:41 pm
    Permalink

    263177 378169You produced some decent points there. I looked on the internet for the concern and located most individuals will go along with together with your web site. 443414

  • July 11, 2021 at 2:07 am
    Permalink

    339239 445039The other day, while I was at work, my cousin stole my iphone and tested to see if it can survive a thirty foot drop, just so she can be a youtube sensation. My apple ipad is now destroyed and she has 83 views. I know this is totally off topic but I had to share it with someone! 427670

  • September 21, 2021 at 6:17 pm
    Permalink

    599004 897444You made various excellent points there. I did a search on the subject and identified many people will have the same opinion with your weblog. 72855

  • December 15, 2021 at 4:46 am
    Permalink

    603647 145695You produced some decent points there. I looked on the net for any problem and found most individuals goes in addition to with all your internet site. 523923

  • January 8, 2022 at 9:52 pm
    Permalink

    797369 153799the most common table lamp these days still use incandescent lamp but some of them use compact fluorescent lamps which are cool to touch.. 501625

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: