By Uzair Adam Imam
The Kaduna State Government has on weekend held a meeting with the stakeholders to brief them on the incessant security issues bedeviling the state for a very long time and other government policies.
The governor of the state, Malam Nasir El-Rufa’i, chaired the meeting which was held at the Murtala Square, Kaduna.
The purpose of the meeting, however, was to brief the stakeholders on security challenges, adding that the security operatives have been quite successful and security breaches have been reduced.
He added that: “We are not imposing hardship on certain people but they can see the benefits of the actions we have taken.
“We got good suggestions from stakeholders which would be used to modify some of our policies. It has been a very rich and engaging conversation,“ he disclosed.
The governor also promised of the other projects would be completed before he leaves the office, adding that: ” We are pleased with the support clerics were giving to the Religious Preaching Regulatory Council.”
Recalled that the council has been established to ensure that clerics are committed to peace in their preaching and sermons.
El-Rufa’i also assured the stakeholders that number of programmes would be introduced by federal and state governments to reduce the hardship faced by Nigerians.