Kano State Government Reportedly Reviews Child Rights Act to Accomodate Sharia
By OREKOYA | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 0 views
Reliable news sources have revealed that the Kano State Executive Council has consented to and reviewed the Proposed Bill on Child Rights(Protection)Act 2010 to accomodate the view of Sharia on all sections of the Child Rights Act(CRA) 2003
The Commissioner for Information in Kano State,Muhammed Garba,made this known in a public announcement made available to newsmen in Kano on Saturday
The Commissioner disclosed that the decision for the consent was taken at the State Council Meeting based on the Federal Government policy of 2003 when states were informed to domesticate the bill.
Garba made it known that the consent was imperative because of the dedication of the state administration to child welfare.
He revealed that the Kano state government was compelled to enforce the Child Rights Bill after it consented to the bill on free and mandatory education.
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