New Kano State Governor To Reopen All 26 Closed Kwankwaso Skills Institutions

New Kano State Governor To Reopen All 26 Closed Kwankwaso Skills Institutions

According to Abba Kabir Yusuf. The new Executive Governor of Kano State, a Public Servant, who is passionate about Good Governance and Collective Prosperity, all the 26 Closed Kwankwaso Skills Institutions are reopened. This was stated in an update shared on his Twitter handle.

The Governor said he direct that all the 26 Entrepreneurship Institutes that were established by the Sen. Kwankwaso Administration with the mandate of equipping our youth and women with soft and hard skills in different fields of endeavour, and which were closed down and abandoned by the previous administration, are hereby reopened.

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Enrollment into these institutions will begin as soon as the necessary provisions are made.

Kwankwaso entrepreneurship institutions were series of institutions and programs established by the former Governor of Kano State, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, to promote entrepreneurship and skill development among young people in Kano State, Nigeria.

Kwankwaso established a number of programs and initiatives to support entrepreneurship and skill development in Kano State, including the Kwankwasiyya Skills Acquisition Centers, the Kwankwasiyya Women Empowerment Scheme, and the Kwankwasiyya Youth Empowerment Scheme.

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Overall, the Kwankwaso entrepreneurship institutions have played a significant role in promoting entrepreneurship and economic development in Kano State, and have helped to create opportunities for young people to develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the 21st century economy.

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