No Body Assault Senior Staff At Kano Children’s Home — Dr. Zahara’u

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

By: Jamila Suleiman Aliyu

The Kano state Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Dr. Zahara’u Muhammad Umar has cleared the air of confusion surrounding rumours over allegation of assault against a senior staff of the state’s Children’s Home, Nassarawa.

Making the the clarification in her office during a press briefing on Sunday, Dr. Zahara’u traced the source of the allegation to the two female inmates of the home, whom she described as scandalous.

In a statement signed by the director public enlightenment, Kano state ministry of Women affair and social development Aishatu Haruna quoted the commissioner as saying that it was pained by the refusal of the senior staff to give in to constant demand for food stuff for personal family use, the two resorted to false accusations and other evil machinations.

The statement read in parts “throwing more lights on the matter, she said, the two female inmates who have previously been married off to different men, have constantly remained a source of worries and embarrassment to the children’s home”.

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“According to the the Commissioner, the female grown-ups who are both above 30 years of age, have refused to abide by an order to vacate the home, in compliance with the rules governing the home which does not have provision for inmates above the age of 18”.

“To further pave ways for their exit, she said the two were equally settled, by offering one a permanent and pensionable job at one of the state’s ministries, while the commissioner herself secured an admission for the other in a School of Nursing and Midwifery. Yet, the duo refused to leave the children’s home”.

“The two badly behaved adults, she asserted, have so far remained a bad influence on other little inmates, and a big threat to the smooth administration of the home”.

“She therefore, stated that the ministry has resolved to send the adults packing, as recommended by the committee earlier set up to investigate the rumoured allegations, and found same false”.

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Also speaking, the Chairman, of Kano state Child Fostering Committee, Malam Kabiru Zubairu, cleared the Commissioner of further allegations surrounding the question of child fostering.

The chairman also explained how one the two scandalous adults of the home recorded five cases of gross misconduct, including the one that led to her being divorced, and rejected by five different foster-parents.

He also added weight to findings by the committee of investigation that the allegations were false, by displaying written confessional statements from other inmates and the two female grown-ups in question, categorically denying any form of assault by any staff of the Nassarawa Children Home.

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