The Kebbi State government has received $ 70 million from the World Bank for women's education, which will be used to train them in various fields of education. Gov. Bagudu went on to say that his government would continue to support women because building women is like building a community. Bagudu made the remarks in a statement issued by his special assistant on media, Yahaya Sarki, adding that "the amount of assistance we can give to women is the key to the development of our society". Bagudu described women as victims of the economic crisis.
He made the remarks at an article prepared by the state for women for the coming month of Ramadan, entitled "The Role of Women in Islam." Governor Bagudu also commended his roommate, Dr. Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu. others involved in compiling the lecture. Speaking on the occasion, the wife of the Governor of Kebbi State, Dr. Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu, who chaired the event, said the greatest achievement during the holy month of Ramadan depends on the contribution made by women who are homeless. not only in the community. She also urged the people to multiply their religious activities by giving more alms, good deeds to the people of his region, in order to exclude the youth from evil deeds especially after the European prayers.
Earlier, the Adviser to the Governor on Women's Affairs in Kebbi State, Hon. Zara'u Wali commended Dr. Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu for compiling the lecture. Some of those who spoke at the event included Sheikh Abubakar Giro, who Dr. Represented by Attahiru Ahmad Sifawa, Dr. Isma'il Mufti - Menk, Na'ima Robert and Dr. Jabir Maihula. Among those who attended the meeting were former Speaker of the Federal Parliament, Rt. Hon. Dimeji Bankole, Speaker of the Kebbi State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Samaila AbdulMuminu Kamba, Chief of Staff, Alhaji Suleiman Muhammad Argungu (Jarman Kabi), SSG, Babale Umar Yauri and Chief of Staff, Alhaji Safiyanu Garba Bena among others. The article focuses on how women can manage their homes during the cholera epidemic, the duty of women to take care of ivali in the face of economic pressure and The article focuses on how women can manage their homes during the crisis, the role of women in caring for the family in times of economic crisis and how to end violence against women.
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